Monday, March 30, 2015
Tunisia said it killed the leader of the jihadists accused of organizing the massacre at its national museum, as thousands took to the streets Sunday in a march against extremism.
Nigeria's closely fought general election went into a second day on Sunday after failures in controversial new technology snarled the polling, including for President Goodluck Jonathan.
An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at Halifax's main airport in Nova Scotia Sunday, sending at least 23 people to hospital, officials said.
Afghanistan's highest court has ruled that the police officer convicted of murdering Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding AP correspondent Kathy Gannon almost one year ago should serve 20 years in prison, .................
Clutching a bag of pasta, canned pears and beef, David Kirk leaves a food bank in one of the UK's poorest corners — his sixth visit in a few weeks.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet pointed to a “bleak” situation in the country's flood-hit north Saturday, after deadly rains swept through the normally arid area last week.
Guinean President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day “health emergency” in five regions of the Ebola-hit nation in a bid to stem the spread of the deadly disease.
European dairy farmers are facing the end of three decades of milk quotas on Wednesday with a mixture of anticipation and angst as it will allow them to serve growing demand in emerging markets, but could also cause a crash in prices.
It's been a torrid time of late for the Russian economy as the fallout from Ukraine and tumbling oil prices have plunged the country into financial crisis.