Monday, July 6, 2015
Greece voted in a tightly fought referendum Sunday that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said will determine its "destiny" in the eurozone, as the EU country teetered on the brink of financial collapse.
Parades, fireworks, naturalization ceremonies, eating contests and music ushered in the Fourth of July as the United States marked 239 years as an independent nation on Saturday.
Several female suicide bombers in northeast Nigeria blew themselves up amid panicked villagers fleeing a Boko Haram attack, killing scores, the army and witnesses said Saturday.
Jeanette and Alexander Toczko were each 8 years old when they became smitten with one another. They married in 1940 and were rarely apart in the decades since.
A U.S.-led coalition has carried out some of its heaviest airstrikes yet on the Islamic State group's de facto Syrian capital, killing more than 30 people, including six civilians.
Children scramble down a narrow corridor between giant concrete walls as if it were a real-life maze -- but the stark addition to their Israeli nursery has nothing to do with playtime.
In the ruins of what used to be his home, Gaza Strip resident Rabah Abu Shanab reflects on what used to be -- and what little hope remains.
Esther Hyman could be forgiven for hating the suicide bomber who killed her sister Miriam, but she has channeled her grief into trying to stop a new generation of Britons from turning to terrorism.
An alligator has attacked and killed a Texas man who ignored warnings about the reptile and went for a late-night swim in a creek, U.S. media reported Saturday.
At a bazaar in Tajikistan's capital Dushanbe, once a far-flung outpost of the Soviet Union, cheap goods from neighboring China are helping offset the pain caused by Russia's economic meltdown.