Nepal seized the lead in equal rights for sexual minorities in South Asia with a new constitution that forbids all discrimination based on sexual orientation, but activists say progress has stalled
Israel's two main political parties are deadlocked after national elections, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing an uphill battle to keep his job.
Whistleblower's complaint shows that Facebook has inadvertently provided extremist groups Islamic State and al-Qaida with a networking and recruitment tool by producing dozens of pages in their names
People on Bermuda are getting ready for an expected close brush with Hurricane Humberto, a powerful Category 3 storm that caused authorities on the British Atlantic island to order early closings of schools, transportation and government offices Wednesday
South Korea has gone ahead with plans to drop Japan from a list of countries receiving fast-track approvals in trade in a tit-for-tat reaction to Tokyo's decision to downgrade Seoul's trade status
Hurricane Humberto has grown into a strong Category 3 storm, and officials on Bermuda have ordered early closings of schools, public transportation and government offices on the British Atlantic territory ahead of the storm's likely close pass Wednesday
Spain's caretaker prime minister says fresh elections will take place in November as no leader can win enough parliamentary support to be able to form a government.
Cyprus' president says Turkey is undercutting a drive to quickly revive stalled talks to heal the island nation's decades-long ethnic split by trying to turn it into its "protectorate."
The Vatican's criminal prosecutor is seeking to indict a onetime seminarian who is accused of sexually abusing younger boys who lived inside the Vatican and served as altar boys at papal Masses in St. Peter's Basilica
Jailed media magnate Nabil Karoui and independent law professor Kais Saied will advance to Tunisia's presidential runoff, sending the North African nation's young democracy into an unprecedented electoral battle
Saudi Arabia is closer than ever to officially blaming Iran for the attack on its oil infrastructure, reports the Wall Street Journal . “Everything points to them,” an anonymous Saudi official tells the newspaper. “The debris, the intel, and the points of impact.” The investigation suggests Iran launched the drones and...
United Colors of Benetton made a splash with its new collection showcasing experimental textiles and ecological materials that was presented on the eve of Milan Fashion Week inside a 1930s-era swimming hall.
International Criminal Court judges say the court's prosecutor can appeal against the rejection of her request to open an investigation into crimes linked to the long-running conflict in Afghanistan
Police in North Macedonia say they have detained 81 migrants found in a truck near the border with Serbia, after the driver ignored a police warning to stop for a check and later abandoned the vehicle