The "little mermaid" mermaid statute in Copenhagen, the city's most famous monument, was vandalized Tuesday by animal rights activists outraged over whaling, police said
British Airways said it was resuming normal service Tuesday but many customers are still without their luggage after three days of global flight disruption
French customs officials said Tuesday that they had intercepted 135 kilograms (300 pounds) of Captagon, dubbed the "jihadists' drug", at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport this year, a first for France
A British journalist was charged with arms possession Tuesday after he was arrested at a Thai airport for checking in flak jacket plates and gas masks, standard equipment for media heading into war zo
China will implement a controversial cybersecurity law Thursday despite concerns from foreign firms worried about its impact on their ability to do business in the world's second largest economy
U.S. Senator John McCain said Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bigger threat to global security than ISIS, and warned that the Senate would push for sanctions against Moscow for its alleged inter
A Russian serviceman was killed and five others injured Tuesday when their transport plane crash landed and caught fire after a training flight near the central city of Saratov, authorities said
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has ordered a probe into the introduction of four THAAD anti-missile launchers in addition to two deployed by the U.S. military before his election, his spokesman sa
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who spied for the CIA before his drug trafficking and brutal regime sparked a U.S. invasion in 1989, has died aged 83.
Two leading Venezuelan opposition figures were wounded in anti-government protests Monday, as demonstrators vowed to intensify pressure on President Nicolas Maduro and against his plans to hold a cons
Noriega, 83, died in a hospital late Monday as he was recovering from surgery to remove a brain tumor. He was dictator of Panama 1983-1989.
Sri Lanka appealed for volunteers Tuesday to help with a massive recovery operation in the wake of devastating flooding that left 183 dead and tens of thousands without clean drinking water
Philippine authorities Tuesday urged Islamist militants occupying parts of a southern city to surrender for the sake of trapped civilians, as attack helicopters pounded the gunmen's strongholds with r
Panama's former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, who died in Panama City late Monday, was physically diminished after decades of imprisonment for crimes committed during his 1983-1989 rule
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of a new ballistic missile controlled by a precision guidance system and ordered the development of more powerful strategic weapons, the North's off
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets German Chancellor Angela Merkel for joint cabinet talks in Berlin Tuesday as the Asian population giant and Europe's top economy seek to deepen ties
QUEBEC - The Quebec government passed legislation early today putting an end to the province's construction strike and forcing workers back to work by Wednesday.
Members of the legislature debated th
Iraqi officials believe attack was carried out by remotely detonated explosives inside parked car
At least five people are killed as the storm hits the country's south-eastern coast.
WARSAW, Poland - Poland's Defence Minister says that Polish special forces have freed a group of hostages in Afghanistan.
Maj. Anna Peziol-Wojtowicz, a spokeswoman for the ministry, confirmed the new
Officials say at least five people have been killed as the storm hit the south-eastern coast.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Amnesty International has accused Cambodia’s government of using its grip on the judiciary system to intimidate human rights defenders and political activists ahead o
Trudeau says Pontiff looked favorable on request
But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.
Minister of Industry and Commerce, lawmakers among detained as part of Odebrecht investigation
WASHINGTON - Former members of America's intelligence community are plumbing the depths of their reservoir of metaphors to express distress over news that the president's son-in-law tried setting up a
Cyclone Mora hit Bangladesh Tuesday, packing winds of up to 135 kilometers (84 miles) per hour, damaging thousands of homes as more than 300,000 people fled coastal villages
Six stories in the news for Tuesday, May 30
TRUDEAU CONTINUES OFFICIAL VISIT TO ITALY TODAY
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will continue his official visit to Italy today, where he will meet ...
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin has promised a “tough” response after Moldova ordered five of Moscow’s diplomats in Chisinau to leave the country. Read more here.
BEIRUT (AP) — Syria’s state media and a war monitoring group say that at least 13 civilians were killed when Islamic State militants shelled government-held neighborhoods in the eastern city of
WASHINGTON (AP) — For Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, writing a Republican-only health care bill that can pass the Senate boils down to this question: How do you solve a problem like Dean, Lisa, Pat
PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who spied for the United States before his drug trafficking and brutality triggered a U.S. invasion to oust him in 1989, has died ag
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — To the Kurdish peshmerga forces patrolling northern Iraq in March 2016, Mohamad Khweis looked for all the world like an Islamic State suicide bomber. They certainly didn’t
MARAWI, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippine military urged Islamist militants occupying a southern city to turn themselves in on Tuesday, the eighth day of a push by security forces using armored v