Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency says a surveillance and reconnaissance drone has landed at an airport in the breakaway north of ethnically divided Cyprus amid tensions over offshore oil and gas exploration
In India, gruesome reports of rape and retaliatory killing are hauntingly familiar, and whether a report of rape rises above the din is largely determined by class and caste dynamics
The U.S. special representative for North Korea says Washington won’t accept a year-end deadline set by Pyongyang to make concessions in stalled nuclear talks
Dear Prince Andrew: Your name was used in an attempt to lure a 15-year-old girl to a sex fiend's Caribbean hideaway. That's the upshot of a letter written to the British royal by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser's lawyer, the New York Post reports. "Your Royal Highness, I write on behalf...
The longest ever U.N. climate summit has ended with major polluters resisting calls to ramp up efforts to keep global warming at bay and postponing the regulation of global carbon markets for next year
Chinese television pulled coverage of Arsenal's Premier League match against Manchester City after Mesut Ozil criticized Beijing's brutal mass crackdown on ethnic Muslims. The London club's player added to condemnation of the detention of more than 1 million Uighurs and other minorities in so-called reeducation camps in China's north-western region
Greta Thunberg said, in issuing an apology, that she didn't intend to sound threatening when she called for holding leaders accountable by saying to "put them against the wall." Some people saw that as suggesting violence against those who don't act on climate change, CBS reports. The 16-year-old blamed her...
Lawmakers favoring a hard line against Iran have leveraged Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s interest in running for the Senate to win a key concession from the Trump administration that could help efforts to kill the nuclear deal with Tehran
Climate activist Greta Thunberg and Germany's national railway company created a tweetstorm after she posted a photo of herself sitting on the floor of a train surrounded by lots of bags
Several thousand people have turned out in Hong Kong in an unusual display of support for the police force, criticized as abusive by the city's protest movement