U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday he wants those who attempted to seize power in Turkey to be brought to justice.
Tens of thousands of people are fleeing South Sudan after five days of fighting in Juba, the capital city.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took office Wednesday, becoming the country’s second woman leader after Margaret Thatcher.
Asian countries are increasingly concerned that popular anger in the U.S. and Europe might hurt their exports and lead to a global economic slowdown.
Lionel Messi is known for escaping defenders on the soccer field.
North Korea released water from a dam near its border with South Korea Wednesday morning without warning.
Global Witness says 2015 was the most dangerous year yet for environmental activists.
Five years ago, police stopped Veronica Razo on a street in Mexico City and took her to federal prison.
Activists are voicing concerns about a new United States government report on human trafficking.
The suicide attack in Istanbul that killed at least 41 people is the latest in a series of deadly terrorism strikes to hit Turkey.