There is strong evidence that Mexican police tortured some of the key suspects arrested in the disappearance of 43 students, according to a report released Sunday by an outside group of experts.
Though he cannot speak, Benjamin Alexander has much to say, one typed word at a time.
The Brussels metro station hit by a suicide attack last month that killed 16 people reopened on Monday amid tight security, with a memorial board for passengers to write messages for the victims.
Some 3,000 Australians marked ANZAC Day on Monday with a somber dawn service in northern France to honor their forebears who fought in the Battle of the Somme a century ago.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday said the U.S. would send up to 250 more military personnel including special forces to Syria to help rebels fight Islamic State group jihadists., 1 Comment
Ted Cruz and John Kasich have agreed to join forces to try to deny front-runner Donald Trump the U.S. Republican Party's presidential nomination, their campaigns said Sunday., 1 Comment
U.S. President Barack Obama made an impassioned plea for European unity in the face of rising populism and skepticism Monday, warning this was a "defining moment" for the continent.
Chicago has reached a US$6 million settlement in a lawsuit over the death of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy shot by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center.
Six countries in Africa, the continent where malaria is most widespread, could be free of the disease by 2020, according to a WHO report published Monday to mark World Malaria Day.
Thousands of police were deployed Monday across the Egyptian capital in anticipation of demonstrations to protest the government's decision to surrender control of two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.