The German chancellor stood firm on her welcoming policy toward asylum-seekers in the face of criticism after a week of terrorist attacks.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia's critics are mixing sports and politics, but the combination is as old as the games themselves.
This week, an estimated 50,000 people have gathered in Philadelphia for the four-day Democratic National Convention.
Miles of abandoned railway tracks give the city a rare chance to experiment with public spaces.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas asked Arab leaders to support the lawsuit on the grounds it led to the Palestinian exodus from the modern state of Israel.
Al-Qaeda’s branch in the country has announced it would break away from the larger jihadist movement.
Seeking prosperity through lax business and tax regulations leaves countries worse off.
Authorities identified both men who attacked a church as 19-year-olds who were on the country’s terrorist watch list.
The Republican presidential nominee appeared to suggest he’d recognize Russia’s annexation of the Ukrainian territory in 2014.
A former NATO general imagines a frightening scenario.
The country will host a tournament Thursday for track-and-field athletes barred from the Olympics for doping.
Sixty-three years ago today, on July 27, 1953, the Korean Armistice Agreement was signed, ceasing hostilities between North Korea and South Korea.
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ISIS claimed responsibility for the blast that killed nearly 50 people in the city of Qamishli.
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Pilots Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg successfully landed the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, after flying around the world using only the power of the Sun.
Nineteen people were killed and 25 more wounded in a knife attack Tuesday outside the Japanese capital in Sagamihara.