A U.S. diplomat was ordered Tuesday to leave Russia after the Kremlin’s security services said he tried to recruit a Russian agent.
Russia’s Federal Security Service has released a photograph of a letter that it claims contains instructions on spying for the United States.
Admitting Islamic extremists now control some of his nation’s villages and towns, Nigeria’s president declared a state of emergency Tuesday across the country’s troubled northeast, promising to send more troops to fight what he said is now an open rebellion.
A lawyer told the camp of some 30,000 people that they were squatting on his land and had to leave, witnesses said.
A convoy of gunmen opened fire on a row of liquor stores in eastern Baghdad immediately after sunset on Tuesday, killing 11 people and wounding five others, officials said.
A Soyuz space capsule carrying a three-man crew returning from a five-month mission to the International Space Station landed safely Tuesday on the steppes of Kazakhstan.
Osaka’s outspoken mayor has said the system in which Asian women were forced to become wartime prostitutes before and during World War II was necessary to “maintain discipline” in the Japanese military.
In a country with the highest homicide rate in the world and where only a fraction of crimes are prosecuted, the victims’ families say the police are literally getting away with murder.
A sharp rise in attacks on Sunni holy sites in Iraq is feeding fears that the country could spiral into a new round of sectarian violence similar to the bloodletting that brought Iraq to its knees in 2006 and 2007
A construction company has essentially destroyed one of Belize’s largest Mayan pyramids with backhoes and bulldozers to extract crushed rock for a road-building project.
Several of the biggest Western retailers embraced a plan that would require them to help pay for factory improvements in Bangladesh.
Guards removed the final barriers blocking the way, and a cheer went up from the crowd.
Anti-government protests flared for a third day on Monday in Turkish town devastated by two powerful car bombs near the Syrian border.
Israeli officials say Russia is on the verge of selling S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Syria and they have asked Russia to stop supplying Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime with such “game-changing” weapons.
The Greek government said Monday it will use emergency powers to prevent protesting teachers from disrupting university entrance exams this month. Civil servants’ unions retaliated by calling a 24-hour strike for Tuesday.