More than 250 have drowned already this month trying to reach one of Greece's offshore islands; at least 5 children among the latest to perish
U.S. destroyer maneuvers within 12 nautical miles of Triton Island without notifying three claimants to the surrounding seas; China condemns action
American star, who fell to 7th-seeded German Angelique Kerber, says, "As much as I would like to be a robot, I'm not"
Indirect peace talks aiming to resolve Syria's five-year conflict began with notable absence in Geneva
Documents and photos confiscated from German homes of men who allegedly took part in World War II massacre in northern France
U.N. official calls negotiations for political solution to 5-year war "an opportunity not to be missed," but one of the main parties to the conflict is missing
Investigators still waiting on results of toxicology test, but they are getting closer to knowing what killed 25-year-old Laruen Mann
Timur and Amur's story began with a dinner date, and didn't end nearly as badly as it could have for Timur
Gunmen armed with suicide belts storm mosque in east of country used largely by nation's Shiite Muslim minority
Latest revelation from secrets spilled by Edward Snowden suggests operation "Anarchist" gave D.C. a "virtual seat in the cockpit"
U.N. human rights chief reports 6 more cases of alleged child sexual abuse at camp for displaced people in Central African Republic
Trouble-prone duo, both 71, have called rescue crews 29 times as they've tried to sail from Norway to the U.S.
Concerns over Zika virus are raising anxiety for millions of would-be and could-be mothers in affected areas
As global health experts warn the Zika virus is "spreading explosively," Rio's mayor says timing of Olympics reduces danger
A group of Swedish volunteers working to rescue migrants traveling from Greece to Turkey includes two firemen, a trainee nurse, and a 73-year-old retiree
Employees find pressure cooker packed with nuts, bolts, similar devices heading from U.S. to Tunisia
The GOP presidential contender's remark didn't sit well with residents of the Belgian capital
After embracing Rezaian, Secretary of State John Kerry cited the old military adage that you "never leave a buddy behind"
A report in 2006 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers called Mosul Dam "the most dangerous dam in the world"
Prosecutors say suspect discussed packing marsupial with explosives before setting it loose on Australian police officers