(SEOUL, South Korea) — North Korea state media claimed Saturday that an elderly U.S. tourist detained for more than a month has apologized for alleged crimes during the Korean War and for “hostile acts” against the state during a recent trip.
Karzai gets apology by phone for a strike that killed civilians amid security-agreement negotiations
German police continue to post works of art they believe may have been seized by the Nazis
President Joseph Kabila tours eastern parts of his country that were, until a few weeks ago, held by the M23 rebel militia
In Belgium, voluntary euthanasia for adults has been allowed since 2002. Now, Belgium is now on the cusp of becoming the first country ever to remove an age limit for the procedure.
Currently, under Belgian law, patients have to be at least 18 years old to request assistance from a doctor to die. On Wednesday, a controversial bill …
According to the UN, the Syrian Government is hindering humanitarian access. But there is little that can be done.
(KINGSTON, Jamaica) — Police in Jamaica say authorities have seized 3,300 missile warheads and a machine to make missiles and bullets.
Deputy Police Superintendent Steve Brown said Friday that custom officials discovered the weapons late Thursday aboard a ship at Kingston Wharf.
He declined to say where the shipment originated …
The editor of a top Indian magazine was questioned in the case that’s dominated headlines in India
An Italian court says the former Prime Minister paid off women who were implicated in his now-infamous parties
Ukrainian leader resists the EU’s eleventh-hour attempts to persuade him to sign a trade deal that would have been a major step towards integration
Beijing knew that rivals would soon test its controversial East China Sea Air-Defense Identification Zone, but this is all just part of a grander strategy
Blaze marks another low-point in an industry plagued by workplace disasters
Bharatiya Mahila Bank plans to empower women by providing collateral-free loans to fix up homes or start a part-time business, although advocacy groups remain unconvinced