Fisticuffs between Turkish parliamentarians took place on Monday as lawmakers fought over a proposal to lift their immunity from prosecution.
Honduran authorities arrested four people Monday in the killing of environmental activist Berta Caceres, including an active duty army officer.
The U.S. is targeting the terror group's money, killing its financiers and even blowing up millions of dollars in cash.
The Republican frontrunner escalated his rhetoric on trade with China at a rally in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
European officials have repeatedly expressed concern about the threat of foreign fighters returning home to carry out attacks.
Iraqi protesters who flooded Baghdad's Green Zone have disbanded peacefully, but not before issuing a set of demands.
In a room behind a metal door marked 'secret,' three specially initiated bakers make enough dough and custard for 20,000 pastries a day.
In the five years since Osama bin Laden's death, militant Islamic extremism hardly receded. Here are three important developments.
Under extra security, the Brussels Airport reopened its departure hall Sunday for the first time since deadly Islamic extremist attacks in March.
Iraq's prime minister has ordered the arrest of protesters who attacked security forces and assaulted MPs as they stormed the country's parliament.
'I'm not sure that he felt that it was necessary for him to read those 28 pages,' press secretary Josh Earnest said Monday.
A judge in Brazil has once again ordered a temporary block on the popular messaging app WhatsApp.
Kensington Palace released a series of four photos Sunday to mark her first birthday, showing the little princess with a huge smile.
The move that was slammed on social media as "inappropriate" and "distasteful."
The 1,200-year-old custom took place at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, where Jesus is said to have been buried.
China's trade policy has been a frequent target of the Republican frontrunner.
The Adonia was scheduled to arrive in Havana at 11 Monday morning.
Alex Lowe and David Bridges were filming an NBC Sports documentary series when they were buried on Shishapangma mountain in 1999.
Wildlife park in the United Arab Emirates provides safety and comfort for dozens of wild animals rescued from private homes or abandoned on the streets.
A presidential candidate who quips about wishing he'd been first to rape a murder victim usually can't expect to be the electorate's darling.
Fans of the former underdog soccer club Leicester City celebrated tonight after it won soccer's most prestigious title.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Geneva for talks with other dignitaries to try to revive the first major ceasefire of the five-year Syrian war.
After more than five decades of chilly relations between the U.S. and Cuba, a cruise ship will finally set sail for the island nation once again.
Taiwan has sent two coastal patrol boats to challenge ally Japan's claim to a "bedroom-sized" island in a simmering dispute over fishing rights.
The ancient mystery of the "Holy Fire" has risen to great prominence in the Russian Orthodox church in the years since its post-Soviet resurgence.
A huge Chinese flag in Pakistan's Gwadar Port highlights the message: Pakistan and China are now self-declared "all-weather friends."
The explosion of birth defects linked to the Zika virus may be just the "tip of the iceberg," experts said Sunday. But they have some good news, too.
Photographer Giles Duley calls the bomb that cost him both legs and an arm a 'blessing.'
Two suicide car bombs claimed by Islamic State killed at least 32 people and wounded 75 others in the center of the southern Iraqi city of Samawa.
A German sculptor is using Legos to put a colorful twist on urban design.