Israeli forces struck the southern Gaza town of Rafah twice overnight, sowing fear in one of the last places where civilians can seek refuge.
For months, Albanian opposition parties have used flares and noise to disrupt Parliament, in protest at what they describe as the authoritarian rule of the governing Socialist Party.
Britainās government says Russiaās intelligence services have targeted high-profile British politicians, civil servants and journalists with cyberespionage and āmalicious cyberactivityā as part of sustained attempts to interfere in U.K. political processes.
Benjamin Zephaniah, a British dub poet and political activist who drew inspiration from his Caribbean roots, has died. He was 65.
South Koreaās Olympic committee is pushing to send hundreds of athletes to a navy training center to enhance their mental toughness ahead of the Paris Olympics.
A court in the Netherlands says it will rule in two weeks on the sentence for a man convicted in Canada in a notorious cyberbullying case.
Ex-UK leader Boris Johnson rejects notion he wanted to let COVID-19 āripā through the population
Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected suggestions that he wanted to let COVID-19 āripā through the population as he defended his handling of the pandemic during a second day of testimony at a public inquiry into the crisis.
President Ilham Aliyev has ordered Azerbaijanās Central Election Commission to prepare for an early presidential election on Feb. 7, shortly ahead of Russiaās presidential election on March 17.
State news agencies and authorities in Russia say a girl shot several classmates before killing herself at a school in the city of Bryansk.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is visiting Greece in an effort to mend strained relations and reset ties with Western allies.
Polish Nobel Peace Prizer winner and former President Lech Walesa says he is improving after being hospitalized with COVID-19.
Twitch, a popular video service, will shut down its struggling business in South Korea, a decision its chief executive blamed on allegedly āprohibitively expensiveā costs for operating in the country.
Shares have fallen in Europe and Asia, tracking a retreat on Wall Street as investors grow wary over signs growth is slowing in Germany and other major economies.
Some of the words tied to this yearās hottest topics were also among the most mangled when it came to saying them aloud.
A critically endangered bird that only exists on a few Indonesian islands is facing a new threat as the country builds a new capital hundreds of miles away.
War and natural disasters ravaged an increasingly unsettled Middle East throughout 2023, further straining countries already hit by worsening economic conditions and affected by extreme weather fueled by climate change.
J Balvin returns to his reggaeton roots on the romantic āAmigosā ā and no, it is not about Bad Bunny
J Balvin has released his latest single, āAmigos.ā He calls it a āromantic reggaetonā track that takes him back to his roots. One thing that it isnāt?
Customs data show that Chinaās exports rose in November, indicating that demand may be picking up following months of decline.
The national security advisers of the United States, South Korea and Japan will meet in Seoul this week to discuss North Koreaās military threat and other issues as they continue to promote trilateral cooperation in Asia.
Deputy US marshal detained after āinappropriate behaviorā while intoxicated on flight, agency says
A deputy U.S. marshal was detained in the United Kingdom on suspicion of acting inappropriately while intoxicated on a flight from New York, the agency said Wednesday.
Indonesian authorities have ended the search for any more victims among climbers who were caught by a weekend eruption of the Mount Marapi volcano that killed 23 people and injured several others.
Mexicoās Supreme Court has overturned a 2022 ban on bullfighting in Mexico City, opening the way for events to resume, possibly as soon as this month.
A renegade Ukrainian lawmaker who fled to Russia shortly after Moscowās invasion has been found dead near Moscow.
The Australian government has rushed legislation through Parliament that could place behind bars some of the migrants freed after the High Court ruled their indefinite detention was unconstitutional.
Senior UN official denounces āblatant disregardā in Israel-Hamas war after many UN sites are hit
The head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees says thereās no safe haven in Gaza for civilians ā not even U.N. shelters and āsafe zonesā designated by Israel.
Venezuelaās top prosecutor has ordered the arrest of a dozen opposition members. Attorney General Tarek William Saab on Wednesday accused them of conspiring against a referendum the government held Sunday to claim sovereignty over a large swath of neighboring Guyana.
U.S. federal authorities say they have detained 48 Haitian migrants who were abandoned by smugglers on an uninhabited island between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
The Biden administration says it has determined that both sides in the ongoing conflict in Sudan have committed atrocities in the western region of Darfur.
HARARE, Zimbabwe (Āé¶¹“«Ć½app) ā A stampede at a government-organized job fair involving hundreds of young people in Zimbabwe desperate for work left some limping and others screaming in pain after being stomped on or beaten by security guards Wednesday.
Prosecutors say a man accused of fatally stabbing a tourist and injuring two other people over the weekend near the Eiffel Tower has been placed under investigation on charges of murder and attempted murder in connection with a terrorist organization.
Officials say a massive fire has swept through a multi-story commercial building in Pakistanās largest southern port city of Karachi, killing at least three people and damaging several shops.