Denmark’s Prince Henrik Dies at 83

Prince Henrik of Denmark, the husband of Queen Margrethe who was famous for his public unhappiness at never being named king, has died at...

Strong Winds Force Closure of Olympic Park in Gangneung

Strong winds have forced the closure of the Olympic Park in Gangneung. The local Olympic organizing committee announced the closure at about 5 p.m., though...

South Korea to Pay Expenses for North Korea’s Delegation at Winter Olympics

South Korea has approved a plan to pay the cost of hosting North Korea's delegation to the Winter Olympics. The 2.86bn Korean won ($2.64 million)...

Morgan Tsvangirai, the Face of Zimbabwe’s Opposition, Dies at 65

Morgan Tsvangirai, who has died after a battle with cancer, was the face of Zimbabwe's downtrodden opposition for decades. Jail, beatings by pro-regime thugs and...

Barack Obama’s Presidential Portrait May Have Been Made in China

Was the presidential portrait of Barack Obama made in China? Sources say artist Kehinde Wiley — who painted the former president before a background of greenery and...

Israeli Authorities Recommend Benjamin Netanyahu Be Indicted for Bribery

Israeli police have recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on the charges of bribery and breach of trust. Authorities made the announcement Tuesday,...

Pakistan Returns 12-Y-O Christian Girl Who Was Forced Into Islamic Marriage Back to Her...

A court in Pakistan has given custody of a 12-year-old Christian girl, who was abducted by a Muslim and forced into an Islamic marriage,...

Catholic Relief Groups Say 3 Million People Are Undergoing Humanitarian Emergency in Congo

As many as 3 million people are in urgent need of help in the Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, including many...

South African President Jacob Zuma Resigns

South African President Jacob Zuma resigned on Wednesday in a televised address to the nation, ending a turbulent tenure marred by corruption scandals that...

Denise Bulger’s Husband Rebukes Internet Troll for Blaming Her for Letting Her Son ‘Run...

A troll accusing James Bulger's mother of letting him 'run around' the shopping centre where he was abducted have been branded 'heartless cretins' by...

Norway Forcibly Removes 12-Y-O Son After Christian Family Decides to Homeschool

A Canadian Christian family is crying out for help after their 12-year-old son was forcibly removed from their home in Norway by government officers...

Muslim Who Brutally Murdered Coptic Christian Priest in Cairo Streets Sentenced to Death by...

A Muslim radical who brutally murdered a Coptic Christian priest on the streets of Cairo in Egypt last year was sentenced to death by hanging on...

Former Guatemalan President Detained in Corruption Case

Prosecutors in Guatemala said Tuesday they have detained former President Alvaro Colom and almost his entire former cabinet in a corruption case involving a...

37 Dead as Nigeria Reports 450 Suspected Cases of Lassa Fever

The World Health Organization says as many as 450 people may have been infected with Lassa fever in Nigeria in less than five weeks. In...

Jacob Zuma Given 48 Hours to Resign by South Africa’s Ruling Party

South Africa’s ruling party has given President Jacob Zuma 48 hours to resign, local media has reported. The decision to tell Zuma to stand down...

London City Airport Closes After World War II Bomb is Found in Thames River

London City Airport will remain closed through Monday after a World War II bomb was discovered by construction workers in the nearby Thames River...

Pence Suggests U.S. May be Looking Towards Talks With North Korea

Comments by Vice President Mike Pence suggest the Trump administration may be looking more favourably at direct U.S. diplomatic engagement with North Korea as...

Workers Search Snowy Field for Clues to Cause of Russian Plane Crash That Killed...

Wading through knee-deep snow, hundreds of emergency workers searched a vast field near Moscow on Monday for remains of the 71 victims from the...

Toga-Wearing Men Found on Ancient Roman Mosaic in Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered a rare multicolored Roman mosaic featuring three toga-wearing figures during excavations in the ancient city of Caesarea. The mosaic, which...

Mysterious Pool and Fountain Discovered at Ancient Christian Site in Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have announced the discovery of a large 1,500-year-old pool and elaborate fountain at the site of an ancient church near Jerusalem. The...