Over 30 women abducted from the northwestern Cameroonian village of Babanki by English-speaking rebels have been released, according to government officials.
A Ukrainian medical clinic in Dnipro was destroyed by a deadly Russian missile strike on Friday, killing two and injuring nearly two dozen others.
Fulgence Kayishema, a police officer among the most wanted suspects in the Rwandan genocide, was arrested Thursday in South Africa after 22 years on the lam.
Tehran continues to ramp up work on its nuclear weapons program amid questions over what's deterring the state sponsor of terrorism from building a deliverable atomic weapon.
An man was publicly hung in Iran this week as the country steps up executions following anti-government protests. The unidentified man was convicted of "corruption on earth."
According to a new Fox News poll, Americans' views on the economy are going from bad to worse as inflation continues to be a top concern.
While calls for unity dominated Africa Day celebrations across the continent, critics of the African Union claim no real action has been taken to heal its political wounds.
An Army vet GOP lawmaker is demanding transparency from the State Department, who has attempted to limit access to a dissent cable about the Afghanistan withdrawal.
China's special envoy Li Hui prepares to head to Russia Friday to meet with top Kremlin officials following its "peace" mission in Ukraine. Li met with Ukrainian officials last week.
Russia has turned to low-tech bombs in an effort to avoid Ukraine's formidable air defenses that shoot down the majority of Russia's missiles and drones.
Former President Donald Trump's comments mentioning his "red button" and Kim Jung Un in response to Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis's campaign launch sparked confusion online.
U.S. officials said a drone attack on the Kremlin was most likely conducted by one of Ukraine's special military or intelligence units.
Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin claims his force lost over 20,000 men in the battle for Bakhmut. Russia previously claimed that just over 6,000 troops were killed as of January.
The Horn of Africa is set to receive nearly $524 million in additional aid from the United States. The new aid package was announced at a United Nations conference on May 24, 2023.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles released a statement responding to the LA Dodgers' decision to re-invite an anti-Catholic drag group to Pride Night.
Russian propagandist Vladimir Solovyov has a secret family with basketball star Svetlana Abrosimova and is reportedly the father of twins she gave birth to in 2017.
Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin warned there could be a revolution in Russia if Moscow does not start taking the war in Ukraine more seriously.
The U.N. cultural agency has approved a new addition to its world heritage registrar with hundreds of records documenting people who were enslaved in the French colonial empire.
Israel's top military official warned Iran that Jerusalem, along with its allies, have the ability to strike Tehran's nuclear program as the security threat in the region remains high.
Mike Pence and 107 other former world leaders signed a letter to President Biden and his counterparts calling on them to get tough on Iran and support Iranian protesters.
Russia said it has squashed an attack in its Belgorod region by anti-Putin groups after fighting lasted 24 hours and some 70 attackers were reportedly killed.
Syrian President Bashar Assad was welcomed back into the Arab League for the first time in more than a decade, as regional states look to end the country's status as an international pariah.
President Biden's announcement that the U.S. will join Ukraine's fighter jet coalition marks the latest backtrack from the White House on what military aid is necessary.
Thousands of United Methodist Church congregations have voted on whether to stay as debates over the role of LGBTQ people in the church continue.
The Superhumans Center in Lviv aims to become Ukraine’s first venue for reconstruction surgeries by adding prosthetics and offering rehabilitation to those injured.
More needs to be done to improve alert systems for extreme weather events, according to a U.N. agency which reported that millions were killed globally in the past half-century.
Colombia's government on Monday announced the suspension of its ceasefire with parts of FARC-EMC after four people were reportedly killed by guerillas after refusing to join the group.
Polish Consul General Adrian Kubicki warned against an 'artificial peace deal' amid concerns Russia is buying time to bolster its military efforts in Ukraine.
Iran is continuing work on a nuclear facility that is so deep, experts fear the convention U.S. weapons may not be powerful enough to destroy them with airstrikes.
World Youth Day was created by St. John Paul II to invigorate young people to join the Catholic faith. Pope Francis will be traveling to Lisbon, Portugal, to celebrate.
South Korea's president met with European Council President Charles Michel and other E.U. officials after a summit in Japan. The leaders agreed to condemn North Korea's missile tests.
A stampede at an El Salvador soccer stadium on Saturday resulted in 12 dead and hundreds injured, according to officials.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy remarked Sunday that the city of Bakhmut is "only in our hearts" after Russia claimed to have seized the region.
A conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the past half year has seen little progress toward a resolution since groups started appealing to President Biden for direct assistance.
In a much-needed victory for Russian military leaders, a spokesman for the country's defense ministry announced that their forces seized the city of Bakhmut.
Greeks go to the polls on Sunday with the center-right government of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis doing well in the polls against the main opposition leftist party.
Four reasons China hates the G7, or maybe China is just jealous. Economic group stands in the way of President Xi’s plans for it to be world’s leading nation.
Lebanon has received an Interpol notice after the embattled governor of its central bank, Riad Salameh, failed to appear for questioning in one of several corruption investigations.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived in Hiroshima on Saturday to attend the G-7 diplomatic talks following Biden's decision to allow Ukrainian pilots to train to fly F-16s.
While Russia has declared Greenpeace a national security threat for its pro-Ukraine advocacy, a top anti-Putin politician, Yevgeny Roizman, was spared a prison sentence.
The Biden administration has resisted providing Ukraine with F-16 warplanes, but may now simply step aside as other countries with access to such planes look to provide them.
Officials in the small African kingdom of Lesotho imposed an indefinite curfew nationwide in an attempt to stop violent crime after the death of a prominent journalist.
The Islamic Republic of Iran continues targeting protesters who took to the streets after the regime murdered a young Iranian-Kurdish woman for failing to cover her hair.
House Republicans, led by Rep. Carlos Gimenez, R-Fla., introduced two "pro-Israel" bills on Friday amid heighten tensions between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Russian based Wagner mercenary group and close ally of Vladimir Putin, is seen as a potential presidential candidate if Putin decides to stand down from office.
U.S. military officials are now saying they may have killed a civilian instead of a senior al Qaeda leader in a drone strike in Syria on May 3.
South Korea signed a $130 million financial aid package for Ukraine as it continues to fight Russian forces. South Korea said it is not providing lethal weapons to Ukraine.
Singapore has hung its second citizen in the last three weeks for trafficking cannabis. The 37-year-old man smuggled 3.3 pounds of drugs in 2019.
Midwestern states such as South Dakota and Minnesota are offering suicide prevention training for clergy. This comes as farmers in the area continue to struggle with mental health.
Sayfullo Saipov, an Uzbekistani national and ISIS sympathizer, has received 10 life sentences for perpetrating a 2017 mass-casualty vehicular attack in Lower Manhattan.