The leaders who addressed the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem were united in condemning the murder of 6 million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators during World War II, and in vowing to learn from the past. But their diverging views of what that entails reveal a world at odds about the legacy of the genocide, 75 years after the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.
Isabel dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman worth a reported $2 billion, is under increasing scrutiny over a series of murky deals that have affected her businesses and sparked a corruption investigation into her financial dealings in Angola.
The three American firefighters who died when their water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in Australia Thursday were from a California-based crew, according to a statement from California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Britain’s long-delayed and contentions Brexit bill, with royal assent from Queen Elizabeth II, became law Thursday after more than three and half years of bitter dispute.
Police in England released the graphic bodycam footage of a van driver’s “savage” machete attack on an officer during a routine traffic stop last year after the man was convicted Thursday.
A powerful winter storm that battered Spain for days caused the streets of a seaside town near Barcelona to be flooded with sea foam.
More than 40 world leaders, including Vice President Mike Pence, French President Emmanuel Macron, Britain’s Prince Charles and Russia’s Vladimir Putin, descended on Jerusalem Thursday to rally against anti-Semitism at the World Holocaust Forum.
A Canadian teen’s bizarre call to police on Tuesday to report that the fake ID they ordered online never arrived has authorities stepping up efforts to warn of potential identity theft scams.
Police in Canada say they spent around $1.5 million to track down a pair of fugitives suspected of killing three people in British Columbia last summer.
Three U.S. firefighters died in a water tanker plane crash Thursday while battling wildfires in Australia, Australian authorities confirmed, according to reports.
Doctors in Zimbabwe have agreed to return to work amid a prolonged strike that had paralyzed the country’s health care system after accepting a billionaire’s offer to break the impasse.
An American journalist was arrested in Indonesia Tuesday, sparking fears that his detention could signal an impending crackdown on other foreign journalists in the country.
Anne Robson, who was believed to be the oldest living female World War II veteran, died at 108 in Scotland.
The psychologist contracted by the Bush administration to create a CIA torture program testified for the first time in a Guantanamo Bay courtroom Tuesday in connection to the death-penalty trial for five men accused of orchestrating the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to meet the mother of American-born Israeli backpacker Naama Issachar, jailed in Russia for carrying a few grams of cannabis in her luggage, the Kremlin said Wednesday.
A powerful winter storm that battered Spain for days, killing at least five people, also spawned devastating flooding in a major delta area.
Amb. Roya Rahmani says 40 years of war has left her country with deep wounds.
Russian President Vladimir Putin formed his new cabinet Tuesday, days after he fast-tracked sweeping reforms to the country’s constitution that could keep him in power well past the end of his term in 2024.
Additional U.S. troops have been flown out of Iraq for closer evaluation of potential concussion injuries from the Iranian missile attack of Jan. 8, U.S. defense officials said Tuesday.
The Islamic State has named a new leader to replace Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who died in a U.S. Special Operations forces raid on a compound in northern Syria’s Idlib Province in October, reports say.