A 3-year-old Indian boy survived a harrowing 35-foot plunge from the second floor of his home on Friday, thanks to a rickshaw happened to be passing by. The accident in Madhya Pradesh was captured on camera
An Iranian beauty queen is pleading for asylum in the Philippines, fearing that she will be killed if she is extradited to her native country, according to reports. Bahareh Zare Bahari, 31, has been held
Thai king sacks 'evil' officials after stripping 'ungrateful' mistress of royal appointment, palace says
Two days after stripping his “ungrateful” mistress of her official consort title, Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn continued to clean house, firing six more officials for what the Royal Palace called “extremely
More than 100 Islamic State militants who were being held in Kurdish prisons in Syria are now on the loose following Turkey’s invasion there, President Trump’s Special Representative for Syria Engagement
Russian military forces are now patrolling the Syrian border Wednesday as part of a joint effort with Turkey to keep Kurds out of the volatile region. The movements come a day after Turkish President Tayyip
The facilities South Korea built at a tourist site in the North look “like makeshift tents in a disaster-stricken area” and should be replaced by a series of “modern” buildings, Kim Jong Un said Wednesday.
Italian couple escape home during landslide thanks to their cats: 'We saw cracks opening in the walls'
A couple in northern Italy say their cats helped them escape their collapsing home Monday night when a violent storm triggered a landslide. Claudio Piana and his wife Sabrina Pellegrini had been asleep
Israel's former military chief Benny Gantz is set to receive an official mandate to form the country's next government but has few options, after last month's elections left him in a near tie with Prime
Trump ally Mauricio Macri set to lose Argentina election to Cristina Kirchner-backed left-wing rival
President Trump is almost certain to lose a valuable ally in Argentina as conservative Mauricio Macri is likely to lose the upcoming presidential election this Sunday to a left-wing rival backed by a mate
Britain could have a general election by the end of the year after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill was passed, but ultimately held up Tuesday. Johnson had threatened earlier Tuesday to pull
Germany’s immigrants need to work harder to assimilate because the country’s attempts at building a “multikulti” society have “utterly failed,” Chancellor Angela Merkel said. “We kidded ourselves a while,”
Police in the United Kingdom on Wednesday arrested a 25-year-old Northern Ireland man on suspicion of murder after 39 bodies were found in the back of a semi-truck in Essex, which is east of London. Essex
New details about the gruesome discovery of 39 bodies inside the back of a semi-truck in England have begun to emerge as police try to piece together what led up to the tragedy. The 25-year-old driver
The 120-hour cease-fire agreement between Turkey and Syria ended Tuesday, and U.S. officials including Vice President Mike Pence were optimistic that a permanent peace deal could emerge after days of The
A group of six reluctant hitmen were jailed last week in China after a years-long saga in which they allegedly subcontracted the hit several times. The botched hit job began in 2013 when real estate businessman
Male service members in the Royal New Zealand Navy will soon be allowed to wear fake eyelashes, nail polish and makeup under new gender-neutral guidelines. The updated regulations come as the New Zealand
Turkey would not have invaded Syria if American troops stayed, says US military's former top officer
A former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Turkey would not have invaded northeast Syria had U.S. troops remained at their posts. The American retreat "opened the door" for Turkish President Tayyip
As Venezuela's economy continues to nosedive amid hyperinflation, some drivers are ditching the country's currency to pay for gasoline -- which has long been dirt-cheap because of government subsidies
British police are planning to travel to the U.S. to interview the wife of an American diplomat who is accused of leaving the U.K. after her involvement in a crash that killed a British teenager in August.
Northern Ireland is on track to legalize abortion and same-sex marriage after the historically conservative country failed to form a government body by Oct. 21, bringing it in line with the rest of the
British Parliament finally approves Boris Johnson's Brexit bill - but moments later votes down three-day ti...
The United Kingdom’s divorce from the European Union passed one major hurdle Tuesday when Parliament lawmakers approved Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill but hit a roadblock when a three-day timetable was voted
At least 55 elephants have starved to death since September in Zimbabwe’s biggest national park as the nation faces its worst drought in recent years, officials said Monday. The carcasses were found near
A sheep in Australia who was discovered to have grown a record-breaking amount of wool has died, his "heartbroken" caretakers announced Tuesday. Little Oak Sanctuary shared the "heartbreaking" news on
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to put the brakes on his European Union divorce bill and call for a snap general election before Christmas if lawmakers continue to stonewall his push to
More than half a million people were granted pardons in Japan on Tuesday as part of a pre-war custom of clemency to mark Naruhito formally ascending to the Chrysanthemum Throne as the nation’s 216th emperor.