Friday, September 4, 2015
Colombia is giving citizenship to dozens of Venezuelans separated from family members as part of President Nicolas Maduro's crackdown on illegal immigration along the border.
Dozens of billboards with Muslim themes are sprouting around the U.S. and Canada, proclaiming what organizers say is the true message of Islam and its prophet, Muhammad: peace and justice, not extremism and violent jihad.
The World Health Organization on Thursday announced that Liberia, recently ravaged by Ebola, was free of the virus, 42 days after the last confirmed case passed a second negative test.
The U.S. government has advice for civil servants facing monstrous traffic and security challenges when Pope Francis visits the U.S. capital, Washington, D.C. this month: work from home, or even not at all.
On the edge of a Hungarian cornfield, the beam from a car's headlights reflects in their eyes: Europe's newest residents catching their breaths, fresh from evading border police.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina has resigned in the face of a corruption scandal that has brought his government to the brink, a spokesman said early Thursday.
A second video has emerged that gives authorities a "very clear view" of a confrontation between law enforcement officers and an American who had his hands raised before he was shot and killed, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Masked men in military uniforms kidnapped 18 Turkish employees of an Ankara-based construction company in Baghdad early Wednesday, bundling them into several SUVs and speeding away, Iraqi and Turkish officials said.
At least 50 African Union soldiers are believed to have been killed and another 50 are missing after al-Shabab militants overran a military camp in southern Somalia on Tuesday, according to Western military officials.