The world hasn't seen a refugee crisis on this scale since 1945. Australia's hard-hearted policy of offshore internment camps is criticized by human rights groups, but popular with voters.
The beleaguered head of the Office of Personnel Management returned to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for the first in a trio of hearings this week over the hack that exposed millions of personal files.
British police arrested general Karenzi Karake at the request of Spain, where he is wanted in connection with war crimes.
Dual nationals who fight for terrorist groups or engage in terrorism-related conduct will automatically lose their Australian citizenship, under a new law.
Pakistan's prime minister has called for emergency measures and the army has been deployed to set up medical centers.
Newly released documents reveal a systematic campaign to reverse-engineer anti-virus software produced by firms like Russia's Kaspersky Labs, allowing intelligence agencies to uncover vulnerabilities that could help subvert them.
Pope Francis continues to make strong, controversial statements on Christianity, society, and politics, this time turning his gaze on the weapons industry.
Al Awri al-Harzi, a Benghazi suspect described as a mid-level Islamic State operative, was killed in a drone strike June 15 while driving a car in Mosul, the Pentagon said.