93 people are still missing as of Sunday, June 25, a day after a landslide buried the mountainous Xinmo village in China’s Sichuan province. This is despite the efforts of over 2,500 rescuers that used detection devices and dogs to recover 10 bodies and are searching for signs of life amid the rubble, according to…
The former South Korean president was impeached on Friday.
A U.S. service member was killed and three others were wounded in a raid on al Qaeda’s headquarters in Yemen Saturday.
Mauritius’ Prime Minister Anerood Jagnauth is stepping down to hand power to his son, Pravind.
At least 39 people are dead and 69 others are injured after a nightclub attack in Istanbul on Sunday.
At least nine people are dead and 50 others have been wounded after a truck plowed into a crowd at a Christmas market in Berlin Monday.
A magnitude 7.4 earthquake rocked northern Japan, generating a tsunami that hit Fukushima prefecture.
Thousands of protesters marched in Sao Paulo on the second Sunday of protests since the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, questioning replacement Michel Temer’s ability to unify the country.
Relatives of American journalist Marie Colvin have filed a federal lawsuit claiming that Syrian government officials targeted and killed her in 2012 to silence her reporting on Syria.
Angela Eagle will announce her bid for the leadership of the Labour Party on Monday.
The Mandela family has angrily reacted to an opposition political ad featuring the former South African leader’s voice.
A group of Radiohead fans were attacked by a mob of men carrying sticks and bottles as they participated in a listening party of the band’s latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool, in Istanbul.