Canadian’s Transportation Safety Board on Monday said Iran has given investigators permission to analyze the “black box” flight data recorders from the Ukrainian passenger plane shot down by a missile that killed 176 people including 57 Canadians.
Taiwanese police are searching for a suspect in the gruesome murder of a Chinese-Malaysian woman whose dismembered body turned up Saturday in northern Taiwan, according to reports.
Canadian officials on Sunday said Iran has issued additional visas to a team of investigators who will arrive in the country on Monday to assist in the investigation of the deadly plane crash near Tehran.
Dozens of hard-line militia members gathered outside the British Embassy in Iran on Sunday, chanting “Death to England,” and calling for the ambassador to be expelled and the embassy closed.
Thousands of people in and around the German city of Dortmund were evacuated on Sunday while crews defused two World War II-era bombs, officials said.
Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in the east swapped some 200 prisoners Sunday in a step closer ending the country’s five-year war.
Iran has begun operating a secondary circuit at one of its heavy water nuclear reactors as part of its efforts to redesign under the 2015 nuclear deal, the country’s atomic energy chief said on Monday.
U.S. officials are on high alert for signs of a possible missile launch from North Korea in the coming days that officials have referred to as a “Christmas gift.”
A 15-year-old German boy was found Friday in the closet of a suspected pedophile two and a half years after he went missing, local authorities say.
The alleged ringleader of a Dutch crime organization dubbed by prosecutors as an “oiled killing machine,” was arrested in Dubai Monday and flown back to the Netherlands, authorities said Thursday.
A German multi-millionaire has invited 10 “nice people” to live with him on his 550-acre property, which features horse stables, a winery, and views of the Tasman Sea, on a remote part of New Zealand.
The U.S. Department of Justice is seeking to revoke the naturalized citizenship of a Michigan man for allegedly failing to disclose to immigration authorities his past material support to the terrorist organization Hamas, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Two U.K. members of Parliament were sworn into office Tuesday while carrying their babies, photos show.
A Texas man who railed against “infidels” in his support of ISIS, was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison for promoting the group online and lying to investigators, prosecutors said.
Israel’s parliament has failed once again to form a governing coalition, pushing the country toward what is likely to be an unprecedented third election in a 12-month period.
A serial rapist who sexually assaulted women and children during a two-week period when he was supposed to have been locked up, was sentenced Monday to 33 life sentences, according to reports.
The numbers of African migrants heading to the U.S. through its border with Mexico have more than doubled in the past year, recent data from the federal government showed.
U.K. prosecutors say a woman arranged a “medieval duel” to the death between her husband and her lover to win her affection.
An Australian woman was sentenced Tuesday to at least one year in prison for lying on her resume to land a $185,000 a year government job, according to a report.
The White House announced in a fiery letter Sunday night that President Trump and his lawyers won't participate in the House Judiciary Committee’s first impeachment hearing scheduled for Wednesday -- even accusing the panel's Democratic chairman, Jerry Nadler, of "purposely" scheduling the proceedings when Trump would be attending the NATO Leaders' Meeting in London.