Britain's chief negotiator in the country's divorce from the European Union is rejecting the suggestion that the government has threatened to end security cooperation unless it gets the trade deal it wants
Group of strawberry pickers from Bangladesh wins case against Greece at Europe's highest human rights court, after being shot at by employers for demanding unpaid wages
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's diplomatic skills will be put to the test as he travels to Turkey to discuss the fight against ISIS and then Belgium for a meeting of NATO foreign ministers. CNN's Muhammad Lila has more.
A Ugandan military official says the hunt for fugitive warlord Joseph Kony will continue in the jungles of central Africa despite U.S. withdrawal from the mission
An heir to the Red Bull fortune has won another delay in facing charges after an alleged hit and run that killed a police officer almost five years ago
Tech billionaire Elon Musk launches new company called ‘Neuralink,’ working to develop implanting electrodes to brains to help humans compete with artificial intelligence
Brazilian drug trafficker Jarvis Chimenes Pavao has been living the high life behind bars. His in-cell luxuries include a treadmill, big-screen TV, DVDs and plush furniture.
We all knew it and now it seems to be proven, spiders could end with human race! Theoretically but still! Maria Mercedes Galuppo (@mariamgaluppo) has more.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Turkish officials on Thursday discussed ways to coordinate the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, a day after Turkey said it has ended a military operation in northern Syria
The Trump administration has told Congress it plans to approve a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama
A federal judge in Hawaii who temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's revised travel ban hours before it was set to take effect ruled Wednesday to extend it
As the fight for the Iraqi city of Mosul drags on, many might ask: Why has it taken the Iraqi and U.S. military backed by an international coalition 2½ years to dislodge militants from the cities they held
Afghanistan's first all-female symphony is trying to change attitudes in a deeply conservative country where many see music as immoral, especially for women
South Korea's disgraced ex-President Park Geun-hye was being questioned by a court that will decide if she should be arrested over corruption allegations that have already toppled her from power
Britain files for divorce from the European Union, with fond words and promises of friendship that could not disguise the historic nature of the schism _ or the years of argument and hard-nosed bargaining ahead