Saturday, July 25, 2015
Dozens of countries have agreed to abolish duties on more than 200 technology products -- from advanced computer chips to GPS devices, printer cartridges and video-game consoles.
Oklahoma police responding to an emergency call in which no one spoke found a gruesome scene at a suburban Tulsa home -- five members of a family dead or dying from stabbing and a sixth wounded but alive near the front door.
Authorities in Burundi were expected Friday to announce the results of controversial presidential elections, with President Pierre Nkurunziza certain of winning a contested third consecutive term.
Food companies would not have to disclose whether their products include genetically modified ingredients under legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday.
The FIFA corruption crisis is hurting its search for new World Cup sponsors.
The Afghan government will meet Taliban insurgents at the end of July for the highly anticipated second round of talks aimed at ending Afghanistan's 13-year war, officials said, with a possible ceasefire high on the agenda.
Now broadcasting live from a West Bank parking lot, a new Palestinian-funded satellite television channel for Israel's Arab citizens already found its studio closed before it could even fill its airtime.
Friday, July 24, 2015
Turkish warplanes struck Islamic state group targets across the border in Syria, Turkey's government confirmed Friday.
Greece's creditors will head to Athens shortly to open talks on a new international bailout, the government said Thursday, as parliament approved a second batch of reforms needed for negotiations to go ahead.
A cargo ship collided with a boat on the Nile carrying people celebrating an engagement, leaving at least 18 dead, Egyptian police said Thursday as divers searched for missing passengers.