China has closed off a swath of ocean off its east coast for large-scale military activities but is saying little about what the exercises involve
A lawyer for one of the two women accused of poisoning the half brother of North Korea's leader says he has doubts about the chemists' report that showed the banned VX nerve agent was used as he examined evidence for a trial set for October.
The destruction of Nepalese temples wrought by two massive 2015 earthquakes has become an opportunity for the country's traditional woodcarvers
Emergency services say 40 people received medical treatment after a morning commuter train they were traveling on crashed into the buffers in a station in northeastern Barcelona early Friday
Jordan's attorney general has filed murder charges against an Israeli embassy guard in the shooting deaths of two Jordanians
Barclays set aside another 700 million pounds ($915 million) to cover compensation claims.
A spokesman for Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says the premier has formally stepped down after a court order disqualified him from serving
Emergency services say some 50 people have been injured when a morning commuter train crashed into the buffers in a station in northeastern Barcelona
A year after Rio Olympics, a city fractured by mountains and searing inequality remains largely unchanged except for empty sports arenas looking for a purpose