The driver of the car, a man, has been arrested, police said.
The driver of the car, a man, has been arrested, police said.
A court ruled Tuesday that Archbishop Philip Wilson could serve his one-year sentence in home detention, rather than jail.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in will travel to Pyongyang for the meeting next month.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating with Hamas, the militant group that rules the Gaza Strip.
Foes and allies of the United States are were shifting in response to the Trump administration’s sweeping tariffs and other moves.
Beijing has progressively tightened security in Xinjiang since an eruption of violence there in 2009.
Government officials urged Western countries to encourage the resettlement process by lifting sanctions.
The fire at Taipei Hospital prompted officials to transfer 206 patients to other medical centers.
Many young people were on the wooden boardwalk in Vigo when it gave way at the closing event of a three-day festival.
After the French aid groups operating the ship appealed for a safe port, Italy said Britain should take responsibility.
The United States has begun restoring sanctions, exacerbating a financial crisis in Iran that has sent its currency tumbling.
In Ghazni city, the militants appear to control most neighborhoods and thousands of residents are trapped in homes.
After two five-story buildings collapsed in Sarmada, an observer group said an arms depot in the complex had detonated.
President Trump had barely finished announcing new sanctions at Turkey on Friday before Putin was o
The prime minister said the flying of Palestinian flags at a protest in Tel Aviv shows many people oppose Israel’s existence.
The turnout was low amid attacks and threats of violence by Islamic extremists in the West African nation.
The clash was among the deadliest between suspected militants and Jordanian security forces in recent years.
Fighting continued in Ghazni, where Taliban insurgents have seized control of most neighborhoods.
Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Turkmenistan have agreed on how to divide the water body and its resources.
The shooting in Manchester unfolded in the predawn hours, after the first day of an annual Caribbean carnival.
None of the eggs were viable, so no new Andean flamingos will emerge from this batch, but caretakers decided to get the Andean birds into parenting mode.
Captain Harith al-Sudani posed as a jihadi in the Islamic State while passing critical information to Iraqi intelligence agencies.
Opponents say moving the base to a coastal site on Okinawa would be an environmental debacle.
It was unclear how many other civilians had been killed or wounded during the attack on Ghazni in eastern Afghanistan.
The exotic birds from the Andes are “fickle breeders” and can go years without nesting successfully.
A third of the country remains outside government control, and those areas are occupied by Turkish and American troops.
A newspaper of the ruling Communist Party responded to the demonstration by staying no religion is above the law.
The government has begun to acknowledge that its efforts to raise the country’s birthrate are faltering.
Hamas rulers and Israel appeared to be generally honoring a cease-fire that ended two days of intense violence.
The Movement for Democratic Change alleged irregularities and called for a new vote or for its candidate to be declared the winner.
If the Taliban are able to take the city, it would be the insurgents’ most important strategic gain in years.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Russi would retaliate with economic, political, and unspecified “other” means.
The attack struck a nerve in a country that has been roiled in recent months by several instances of mass violence.
The tumble in Turkey’s currency on Friday signaled deepening pessimism about the country’s economy after months of market declines.
Police in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton say a suspect is in custody after a shooting left four people dead, including two police officers.
Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti on Thursday was charged with inciting public violence and declaring unofficial election results as fears grew about a government crackdown following the disputed July 30 election.
Fighting showed few signs of slowing. Late Thursday, the Israeli military flattened a well-known cultural center in Gaza City and militants fired rockets across the border.
Myanmar on Thursday sharply rejected an attempt by the International Criminal Court to consider the country’s culpability for activities that caused about 700,000 minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh for safety.
Dozens of manatees are dying mysteriously in southern Mexico, near oil and gas site
Boris Johnson faces probe for saying women in burqas look like ‘bank robbers’
Costa Rica’s supreme court has given the country’s legislature 18 months to change the law to allow gay marriage.
“Does the world really need more innocent children’s lives to stop the cruel war on children in Yemen?” exclaimed a UNICEF official.
The province is now the last major bastion of the armed opposition in the country and home to over one million internally displaced Syrians.
The Indonesian island of Lombok was shaken by a third big earthquake in little more than a week Thursday as the official death toll from the most powerful of the quakes topped 300.
Seven years of war in Syria has displaced more than half the country’s population, leaving millions of refugees shipwrecked between the wasteland of home and the void of exile.
BEIRUT — Saudi Arabia took concrete steps to disengage economically from Canada on Wednesday, escalating the feud over Canada’s criticism of Saudi Arabia and demonstrating that its expulsion of the Canadian ambassador this week was more than a symbolic protest.
BERLIN — Refugees who come to Germany after entering the European Union through Spain can be turned back at the border under the terms of an agreement between Berlin and Madrid, the German Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
Venezuela’s pro-government constitutional assembly stripped two opposition lawmakers of their immunity from prosecution on Wednesday, accusing them of having roles in a drone attack that authorities say was an attempt to kill socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Tendai Biti’s plight is the latest example of political unrest following the election of Emmerson Mnangagwa.
The decision helps clear the path for one of Africa’s most turbulent nations to undertake its first peaceful, democratic transfer of power.