In Turkey, the migration crisis has brought windfalls for many forms of commerce that profit from migration.
During the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Navy often had two carriers operating in the region — flying into the war zones as needed.
Fighting erupted in the state assembly in Kashmir after the disclosure that an assembly member served beef at a party.
A derailed train collides with Autumn foliage, an airline director flees his employees, a volcano spews into the night sky and more.
North Korea is in high gear with preparations for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the North Korea Workers' Party on Oct.
Syrian troops and allied militia backed by Russian airstrikes and cruise missiles fired from warships attacked rebel forces on Thursday.
Svetlana Alexievich was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday.
Austrian prison are grappling with "overcrowding" due to the number of people-smugglers who have been arrested amid Europe's migration crisis.
This war in Syria is far from any resolution.
Russian President Vladimir Putin celebrated his birthday by showcasing his ice hockey skills in a public game in Sochi.
NBC News spoke to the Mayor of Jerusalem and a Palestinian political analyst for their assessment on the recent spate of violence in the West Bank.
A perfect storm of holiday traffic and foggy weather led to an epic traffic jam on one of China's busiest highways.
North Korea is making preparations for a huge public celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of its ruling Communist Party.
The United Nations' top human rights official is calling on the Mexican government to set a timetable for withdrawing military personnel from law enforcement.
German prosecutors on Thursday conducted searches in Wolfsburg, headquarters of Volkswagen, and elsewhere in connection with the VW emissions probe.
Why did the United States bomb a charitable hospital in Afghanistan last weekend?
Experts believe the migrant crisis in Europe could play a large part in which nominee wins the Nobel Peace Prize this year.
China's biggest TV dating show is wildly popular in the one market where the show is broadcast for an English-speaking audience: Australia.
Since the breakup of the Soviet Union, police worldwide have tracked nearly 2,500 incidents of lost or missing nuclear materials.
In case you hadn't heard, the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a really big deal — unless you're China.
PM Narendra Modi called for religious harmony on Thursday, breaking a week-long silence after a mob killed a man rumored to have slaughtered a cow.
Now that the search for sunken container ship El Faro has ended, parents of the lost crew members get set to leave Florida and move forward.
Senior defense officials tell NBC News that out of 26 cruise missiles launched off Russian warships four landed in Iran, well short of their Syrian ta
What's behind the spate of "lone-wolf" stabbings, unrest and clashes in Israel and the West Bank have left least 10 dead in one week.
Thirty-three people remain unaccounted for five days after the deadly U.S.
Protestors calling for an end to violence against women disrupted the gala launch of the movie "Suffragette" in central London by storming the red carpet.
The mayor of Jerusalem urged gun owners to carry their weapons at all times on Thursday in the wake of a slew of attacks in Israel and the West Bank.
A 20-year-old Yezidi woman who went by the pseudonym Bazi described being bought and sold by ISIS fighters after they attacked her village.
SpaceIL has signed a contract to launch its robotic lunar lander toward the moon aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.