Thursday, April 16, 2015
Poland's prime minister spoke out Wednesday against plans by a Russian motorcycle club to ride through Poland on a journey to Berlin to mark the 70th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany.
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit rebel targets in Yemen's main southern city of Aden on Wednesday after overnight attacks by anti-government forces killed seven people, military sources and medics said.
The U.S. military plans to exhume the remains of 388 Americans killed in the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, in an unprecedented bid to identify troops using DNA testing, officials said Tuesday.
Holocaust survivor Albert Garih has recounted his traumatic experience during World War II countless times. But as the 76-year-old ages, he acknowledges he doesn't have much longer to share his powerful story.
Yemen's al-Qaida branch announced on Tuesday that its top cleric, a Saudi-national who has had a US$5 million bounty on his head, has been killed, allegedly in a drone attack.
A group of Calgary imams is marking the first line of defense at the foot of the Rocky Mountains against the Islamic State group's recruitment of Canadians as fighters.
Concerned groups and opposition political parties in the Groningen province dragged the Dutch government to court to demand a halt to gas extraction from the field where production has hit 50 billion cubic meters annually.
Nearly two years after agreeing to recall 1.56 million older Jeeps that could catch fire in rear-end crashes, the maker of the vehicles has repaired only a fraction of the Jeeps covered by the recall, according to documents filed with federal safety regulators.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
President Barack Obama will remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, the White House announced Tuesday, a key step in his bid to normalize relations between the two countries.