Italy’s prime minister is visiting Libya, his first trip abroad since taking the post
The new recording purported to show Hamzeh’s confrontation with the army chief on Saturday as he is told to keep quiet.
Europe’s vaccine divide: As scientists scramble for answers to AstraZeneca blood clot puzzle, some nations opt for caution
The cases of brain clots remain very rare. That is just one challenge for researchers looking for answers.
Accused of assaulting a woman last week, Minnesota Vikings cornerback Jeff Gladney has turned himself in at the Dallas County Jail on a family violence assault charge, police said.
The United States and Iran begin indirect talks Tuesday in Austria to discuss a potential U.S. return to the 2015 nuclear deal, but U.S. officials say don't expect an immediate breakthrough.
North Korea, citing the coronavirus, has become the world’s first country to drop out of the Tokyo Olympics
Belgian authorities came out of the long Easter weekend with another record cocaine haul after customs officials at the port of Antwerp seized almost 11 tons of the drug that was discovered amid a cargo of blue leather
The death toll from a weekend ferry capsize in Bangladesh has risen to 34 after rescuers and villagers recovered nine more bodies from waters outside the nation’s capital
Israeli President Rivlin said it was not an “easy decision, on an ethical or moral level.”
North Korea will not take part in the Tokyo Summer Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns, a state-run media outlet reported on Tuesday.
Israel's election ended with neither a Netanyahu-led bloc nor an alliance of his opponents winning a majority.
Four states and a union territory vote in elections seen as a crucial test for PM Narendra Modi's government.
Officials say Osama Mansour, 42, was killed and his wife sustained bullet fragment wounds after being shot in their car.
Allies of the Kremlin critic, who claims to be on hunger strike, prepare to rally over an alleged lack of medical care.