Six people were charged in connection to the deaths of 96 soccer fans who were trampled nearly three decades ago.
Despite the wide spread of Tuesday’s cyberattack, those responsible did not get much for their efforts. But they may have had another motive.
An anti-government police officer reportedly dropped grenades on the nation’s Supreme Court building late Tuesday evening.
Three Chicago police officers have been accused of concealing evidence to protect the shooter, fellow officer Jason Van Dyke.
An independent war monitor claims that 57 civilians were killed in a Monday attack in al-Mayadeen.
Chatham House analysts say climate change could affect 14 key transportation routes.
Defense officials initially were in the dark about the White House’s claim the Assad regime was planning another attack.
The Ukrainian government and European firms say they are experiencing issues similar to last month’s widespread hack.
Michel Temer is accused of accepting bribes, but the country’s Congress will decide if he ultimately faces trial.
The ruling by the Hague Appeals Court upholds a lower court’s decision three years ago.
The tech giant says it will consider an appeal.
In a statement issued Monday night, the White House said the Assad regime had commenced preparations for another attack on its people.
Liu Xiaobo was granted medical parole after being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer.
The attacks appear to have been orchestrated by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
The Missouri Civil War Museum agreed to dismantle the memorial by Friday.
The Israeli government’s reversal followed opposition from ultra-Orthodox groups.
The group has called for increased attacks during the Islamic holy month.
The cladding has a plastic interior that may have acted as an accelerant.
The president may be overstating the gang’s impact.
The deal gives Prime Minister Theresa May a 14-seat parliamentary majority as she navigates Brexit.
Hundreds of people had rushed to collect the leaking fuel before it ignited.