Friday, October 24, 2014
Canada's prime minister vowed the country would “not be intimidated” after a reported Muslim convert stormed Parliament and killed a soldier, the nation's second “terrorist” attack in days.
The Canadian Parliament's 58-year-old head of security was being hailed as a hero on Wednesday after shooting dead a gunman who stormed the building.
Police flooded flashpoint neighborhoods of Jerusalem on Thursday after clashes triggered when a Palestinian rammed his car into a crowd, killing a baby in what authorities described as a “terror attack.”
A suspect who climbed over the White House fence Wednesday was nabbed by Secret Service agents and dogs, a spokesman for the elite agency said.
Heads rolled in Russia Thursday over the plane crash that killed the CEO of French oil giant Total, with top airport managers resigning and four more staff detained.
A bomb blast at a bus station in a north Nigeria area previously targeted by Boko Haram killed five people, police said Thursday, in what appeared to be the latest crack in the government's purported cease-fire with the Islamists.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday that 200 Iraqi Kurd peshmerga fighters would travel through Turkey to the flashpoint Syrian border town of Kobane under assault by the Islamic State (IS) group.
Mexico on Wednesday ordered the arrest of the mayor of the city of Iguala, his wife and an aide, charging they masterminded last month's attack that left six students dead and 43 missing.
Four former Blackwater security guards were found guilty Wednesday for their roles in a notorious 2007 mass shooting in Baghdad that left at least 14 civilians dead and deepened resentment of America's involvement in Iraq.
A man who allegedly confessed to killing seven women in the central state of Indiana refused to even acknowledge his name to a judge Wednesday, and was later charged in a second death.