The 8-month-old twins that were killed along with seven other Americans after a drug cartel opened fire on their convoy in northern Mexico earlier this week were laid to rest Friday.
Wildfires in Australia have ripped through Queensland, killing three, destroying at least 150 homes and forcing at least 1,300 people to flee the area, according to media reports.
Today, Germany and allied forces celebrate the 30th anniversary of when the historic landmark began to crumble down.
Iran acknowledged for the first time in a filing with the United Nations that there is an “on going case” in the Public Prosecution and Revolutionary Court of Tehran for retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who went missing in the country during an unauthorized CIA mission in 2007, stoking questions about his disappearance.
India's Supreme Court on Saturday ruled in favor of a Hindu temple on a disputed religious ground and ordered that alternative land be given to Muslims to build a mosque.
Demonstrators in Chile looted a Roman Catholic church Friday amid weeks of violent unrest triggered by a proposed 4-cent subway fare hike that has since evolved into larger dissatisfaction over income inequality.
A German group is sending a not-so-subtle message to President Trump on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A British Indian journalist was stripped of his citizenship after he published works critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Spain’s High Court has reversed its previous decision and agreed to arrest and extradite Venezuela’s ex-intelligence chief Hugo Carvajal to the United States, where he is wanted on drug trafficking charges, EFE news agency reported Friday, citing judicial sources.
An air base in northern Iraq that houses U.S. troops was targeted Friday evening with a barrage of rockets, security officials said, as violence continues to mount in parts of the country amid fights with Islamic State militants and angry anti-government protesters.
A 47-year-old female tourist was rescued by Greece authorities after floating in a rubber dinghy in the Aegean Sea for nearly two days, according to coast guard officials.
A purported ban of glasses worn by female employees in Japan has sparked widespread backlash.
An Iranian beauty queen who has been detained at Manila's Ninoy Aquino airport since Oct. 17 has reportedly been given asylum after her application was approved by the Philippines, according to Justice spokesperson Markk Perete.
At least five people were killed and more than 300 were injured after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck Iran on Friday.
Politicians never truly stop running for office -- but Chilean mayor Evelyn Matthei took that concept to the extreme Thursday, with video footage showing her bolting from a pack of reporters in an apparent bid to avoid answering questions.
A 59-year-old Austrian tourist has been killed by an elephant while on a camping trip in Namibia, according to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism Namibia.
The U.S. Embassy in Berlin was unveiling a statue of Ronald Reagan Friday, on a site overlooking the location of the former president's iconic speech imploring the Soviet Union to remove the Berlin Wall.
Ten teenagers – two of whom were only 15 years old – were among the 39 migrants found dead inside a refrigerated truck container in southeast England last month, police investigating the human trafficking tragedy revealed Friday.
Police in England are appealing to the public for answers as more than $1 million worth of “adult toys” remain missing after they were stolen from the back of a truck at a rest stop in September.
A Hong Kong student who fell and sustained head injuries during protests with police died on Friday, triggering impromptu protests and vigils from pro-democracy activists, while also setting the stage for additional protests throughout the weekend.