U.S. Defense Secretary Carter says latest US death shows campaign against IS 'far from over'
A closely monitored survey is pointing to waning growth in the 19-country eurozone at the start of the second quarter of the year
Pakistan's army chief has signed off on the death sentences of 11 members of the Taliban
Turkey's state-run news agency says a soldier was killed and six others were wounded in a car bomb attack against their outpost in southeastern Turkey
Countries that refuse to take in refugees under proposals to overhaul the EU's failed asylum laws could face large fines for each asylum seeker
Deputy commander of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard threatens to close Strait of Hormuz to US
An Albanian court has sentenced nine Muslims, including three preachers, from seven to 18 years of jail time for inciting, recruiting and sending more than 70 men to join rebel groups in Syria
El Salvador is facing a record wave of murders — 22 killings a day, on average, in the first three months of 2016.
The Olympic flame is due to arrive in Brazil on Tuesday, where it will be carried on a relay route designed to showcase its beauty and diversity.
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk first-quarter profit plunges to $224 million from $1.5 billion a year earlier, with all sectors showing a drop in performance except drilling and tanker shipping services
Danish shipping and oil group A.P.
"It was absolutely horrifying," resident of Fort McMurray, Alberta, says. "You're thinking, 'Oh my God. We got out just in time'"
Indonesia's stunning Mount Ijen draws tourists by day and hundreds of sulfur miners by night
Stunning Mount Ijen in eastern Java draws tourists by day and hundreds of sulfur miners by night.
Australia's treasurer says his government will never sell its largest cattle empire to foreigners, after blocking a takeover by a Chinese-led consortium
China's military has sent a famed singer of patriotic anthems to perform before navy officers and construction workers on a newly created island in a disputed section of the South China Sea
China's military has sent a famed singer of patriotic anthems to perform before navy officers and construction workers on a newly created island in a disputed section of the South China Sea.
Mineral exploration upstream of the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Reserve is raising concerns among wildlife advocates
Asian stocks fell again Tuesday under pressure from concern about Chinese and European growth
Australia's treasurer says his government will never sell Australia's largest cattle empire to foreigners