Chinese stocks rebounded Friday while Europe and other Asian markets were moderately higher a day after a sell-off in China.
A dummy U.S. Hellfire missile was mistakenly shipped from Europe to Cuba in 2014, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man wearing a fake explosive vest at a police station in northern Paris.
Two officials say the man had wires extending from his clothing, and an explosives squad is on site.
World powers are looking at ways to punish Pyongyang for the test of what it called a new and powerful hydrogen bomb.
China halted stock trading Thursday, its second daylong trading suspension this week, after prices plunged.
Since diplomatic engagement has failed to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, the answer may rest with China.
North Korea said it conducted a powerful hydrogen bomb test Wednesday.
Wednesday’s test was staged close enough to the border to send palpable tremors into northeastern China.
North Korea says it has conducted a hydrogen bomb test.
One U.S. service member was killed and two were wounded in hours-long fighting Tuesday in southern Afghanistan.
Global stock markets were weaker Tuesday even as China’s benchmark stabilized a day after plunging nearly 7 percent.
India’s remote northeast region has been hit by a 6.7 magnitude earthquake but there was no immediate word on casualties.
Saudi Arabia is severing diplomatic ties with Iran amid spiking tensions over the execution of a prominent Saudi Shiite cleric.
A video produced by the Somalia based al-Shabab militant group uses a clip of a Donald Trump speech to present the U.S. as a country that pe…