Sunday, December 1, 2013
Swaziland's Senate chief said Friday lawmakers should not divorce to avoid embarrassing the country's polygamous king, who has declared that only death can undo marriages.
A wrestling diplomat from Japan lost Friday for a sixth and final time against a Sudanese Nuba opponent, but says he has achieved a different kind of victory.
A dog and his owner have been reunited after the animal was found under a pile of rubble more than a week after a tornado ripped through a central Illinois city.
Saturday, November 30, 2013
An unknown number of people remained trapped inside an unstable Glasgow pub after a police helicopter crashed through its roof during a packed concert, causing "numerous" casualties, officials said early Saturday.
Syrian refugee children are paying a cruel price as civil war rips their country apart, the United Nations warned Friday in a report with heart-rending testimony from youngsters driven from their homes.
Thousands protested in the Ukrainian capital Friday, demanding the president's resignation after he shelved a landmark agreement with the European Union in favor of closer ties with Russia.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have sent more Haitians and others of Haitian descent across the border into Haiti.
Nearly 100 women forced into prostitution were freed after police in Buenos Aires closed dozens of brothels, officials said Thursday.
Canada allowed the U.S. National Security Agency to spy on G20 talks in Toronto in 2010 and at the G8 summit days earlier, according to documents cited by public broadcaster CBC.
Mexico's main leftist party said on Thursday it had pulled out of a cross-party pact on economic reform, raising hopes that the government will agree to a more far-reaching plan to attract private investment for the oil industry.