In the face of widespread international criticism for putting civilians at risk of starvation, Saudi Arabia began reopening sea and airports with new monitoring programs to stop the flow of Iranian weapons into the hands of rebels.
A growing number of Zimbabweans are turning to bitcoin as a stable form of currency as their own 'zollars' hyperinflate and become increasingly worthless. But the investment still comes with high risks.
The newly signed pact on permanent structured cooperation, or PESCO, will allow 23 countries within the EU to collaborate on military operations and defense spending.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is the most recent example of France selling its food, luxury fashion, and fine art as a recognizable lifestyle abroad.
A 7.3-magnitude earthquake, powerful enough to be felt on the Mediterranean coast some 660 miles away, struck the Iran-Iraq border Sunday evening, killing more than 400 people.
Ross Willard’s all-volunteer nonprofit in Harrisburg, Pa., took shape after he noticed that children were riding bicycles with brakes that didn’t work.
Many rural students in India are behind in science. So Sharad Godse and other volunteers have visited more than 2,600 schools to make science concepts fun and comprehensible for high-schoolers.
Supreme Court's decision will see Carme Forcadell Alcala Meco prison outside Madrid pending her payment of 150,000 euros bail. Four other Catalan lawmakers were also freed on 25,000 euro bail, while a fifth was released without bail.
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has accused Saudi Arabia of detaining and forcing the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, saying the accusations amount to a declaration of war. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson strongly backs Lebanon's independence, says there is no evidence of Hariri's detainment.
EU ramps up pressure on Britain calling for substantial progress in talks on Britain's exit from the union if it wants negotiations to move onto future trade relations next month.
The rally, which has drawn tens of thousands from across Europe in recent years, is scheduled for Nov. 11 – Polish Independence Day. Expert says it may be the world's largest gathering of far-right extremists.
The demand for Syrian goods, like sweets and fabric, in Germany has risen with the number of refugees within the country's borders.
South Korea begins implementing President Moon's "New Southern Policy" with a visit to Indonesia.
President Trump pressured China to reform its trade practices and do more to confront and isolate North Korea.
A German court ruled that there should now be a third option on birth certificates and official records for those who do not identify with either sex. The new category, inter/diverse, was created to help protect the personal rights and sexual identity of all citizens.
In a post-Brexit European Union, EU countries commit to strengthening security by improving joint operations via a new defense pact agreement.
School is closed temporarily in India's Delhi as air pollution in urban areas reaches severe levels. Government officials will consider stricter emissions regulations if pollution levels don't improve soon.