Brazil said Friday it will bolster security for next month's Olympics in Rio following the truck attack in the French city of Nice.
North Korea on Friday presented to media a man it alleges is a South Korean spy who tried to enter the North to kidnap children.
An Indian businessman who made headlines in 2013 for purchasing one of the world's most expensive shirts made entirely of gold has been beaten to death in western India, according to a report Friday.
The family of a Muslim man lynched in India over rumors he had eaten beef could face criminal charges after they were accused of slaughtering a cow -- a taboo in the mainly Hindu country.
Papuan students gather to sing as hundreds of Indonesian police surround their dormitory in Yogyakarta on Friday, July 15, to prevent their planned protest over human rights.
The Philippines will concede nothing to China after an international tribunal outlawed Beijing's claims to most of the South China Sea, a Filipino official said Friday.
A U.S. Navy sailor was sentenced Friday to two and a half years in prison for raping a Japanese tourist in Okinawa, the southern island that is home to about half of the 50,000 U.S. troops in Japan.
A U.S. airstrike near Afghanistan's border with Pakistan killed the mastermind of a 2014 attack on a Pakistani school that killed some 150 people, mainly children, American and Pakistani officials said Wednesday.
A man has pleaded guilty to cutting off someone's left testicle in an Australian motel room after responding to an online advert asking for help with a sensitive medical problem.
An influential political lobby in Japan will do its utmost to capitalize on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's election victory and push for the constitution to be revised to allow a more active military, the group's chairman said Wednesday.