A UN envoy proposed talks between Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Áñez and self-exiled leader Evo Morales, as the political crisis leaves at least 23 dead.
Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday cautiously backed the government’s decision to raise gasoline prices by 50% after days of widespread protests.
The violence has posed the gravest popular challenge to Chinese President Xi Jinping since he came to power in 2012.
Documents obtained by The New York Times show how China has directed officials to handle the mass detention of Uighur Muslims.
The Duke of York told the BBC he had no recollection of meeting a woman who alleges she was forced to have sex with him when she was underage.
International Criminal Court prosecutors will examine alleged crimes against Rohingya Muslims, but weren't authorized to investigate the accusation of genocide.
A regional council member in the Italian city pointed out the sad irony in a Facebook post.
Israel and a Palestinian militant group, Islamic Jihad, reached a ceasefire.
Heatwaves, drought, wildfires and infectious disease threaten to undermine decades of gains in global public health.
People can visit Santa Claus at Harrods -- but for a hefty price.
Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said he would declare a state of disaster after the city was hit by the devastating high tide, which peaked at over 6 feet on Tuesday.
Former President Evo Morales stepped down on Sunday at the “suggestion” of his country’s military chief following several tumultuous weeks of protests.
Police fired tear gas at protesters overnight, while some activists torched a vehicle, hurled petrol bombs at a police station and metro train.
Erdogan warned European leaders they should "revise their stances" toward Turkey, where scores of the militants are imprisoned.
The two professors had been abducted three years ago while working at the American University in Kabul.
The incident threatened to unleash a fierce round of cross-border violence with Palestinian militants.
Morales stepped down Sunday following weeks of massive protests over a disputed presidential election.
“We plan for these sorts of days, but we always hope they will never come," a New South Wales fire commissioner said.
The humanitarian group has been vilified by the Syrian government and its allies, including Russia.