No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, which is in a highly guarded area because of U.N. and African Union troops' base
Officials still investigating to see which group the men belonged to, but believe they likely belonged to local banned group JMB
Fifteen people were killed and at least 20 people wounded in a knife attack at a facility for the handicapped in the city of Sagamihara in Japan, according to Japanese media reports.
Solar Impulse 2 has landed in Abu Dhabi more than a year after its initial take off, completing the first flight around the world to be powered solely by sun's energy
Hillary Clinton's campaign manager is pinning the blame for the DNC email hack on Russian President Vladimir Putin. Donald Trump's campaign is calling that accusation absurd. Julianna Goldman has more.
The Hillary Clinton campaign has blamed a DNC email hack and resulting leak on Russia; but there's been little definitive evidence that is the case
Japan's national broadcaster NHK is reporting that 15 people were killed and 45 injured in a knife attack at a facility for the handicapped in Sagamihara
Anxiety over the estimated 1 million asylum seekers that flooded the country last year could boil over into major political change
Mexico says water tunnel built under temple, which houses tomb of ancient ruler named Pakal, is made of stone and is about two feet wide and tall
Police say the woman had been looking for a taxi and accepted a car ride that ended in tragedy; two men detained as four others sought
Russia's top Olympic official said he believes some Russian athletes in swimming, cycling, weightlifting, wrestling and rowing will be barred
The International Olympic Committee is receiving brutal backlash from around the world. It decided Sunday not to ban all Russian athletes from the Rio Summer Games despite a recent scathing report that confirmed their government helped cover up doping. Mark Phillips reports on the fallout over the controversial decision.
"This is the most ambitious conservation project attempted anywhere in the world," says prime minister
"I really regret not ever talking about it," says 31-year old royal about the death of Princess Diana
"We were all petrified," eyewitness says of 4th violent attack to hit Germany in a week
Explosion hits "minibus packed with women and children" at entrance to town of Khalis, official says
Country presses ahead with crackdown against people with alleged links to U.S.-based Muslim cleric in wake of failed coup
Daunting figures released just days after the deadliest bombing to hit Kabul since the insurgency began in 2001
After hectic negotiations, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) issues watered-down rebuke that amounts to less than slap on the wrist
Russians will be competing at the Rio Olympics, despite a major doping scandal. But we don't know how many will be allowed to compete, and in what sports. The International Olympic Committee left the decision to someone else. Elizabeth Palmer reports.