Mexican authorities are holding five suspects in connection with the alleged rapes of six Spanish tourists in Acapulco, Guerrero state Gov. Angel Aguirre Rivero said Sunday.
Lolong, the world's largest crocodile in captivity, has died in the southern Philippines.
Hold the shark's fin soup. Cancel the elaborate pre-Chinese New Year parties.
Three North Korean doctors serving at a hospital in Nigeria's northern Yobe state were killed early Sunday morning, police said.
Members of the president's party in Tunisia will quit the coalition government, the state-run news agency TAP reported Sunday.
A Carnival cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico with more than 4,200 passengers and crew will be towed to port after a weekend engine fire left it dead in the water, a cruise line official said.
A railroad station crush left 36 people dead Sunday among tens of millions of Hindu pilgrims flocking to the banks of the Ganges River for the world's largest religious gathering, authorities reported.
High-stakes lawsuits, overlapping investigations and a bitter battle over blame are spreading across Europe in the wake of a scandal that has rocked the meat industry.
Patricia Wu looks at efforts to combat food waste in Hong Kong.
What started as a hobby is now a mission for photographer Brian Hampton, CEO-turned-wildlife photographer.
When 58-year-old G. Siripala, a Sri Lankan prisoner serving a 10-year sentence for theft, was escorted by armed prison officials to Colombo's National Hospital with severe back pain, doctors rushed him for an X-ray.
Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali said Saturday he would step down if the caretaker government he is forming fails to win approval from Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly.
At least 12 people were killed early Saturday when a bus carrying fans of one of Chile's top soccer teams careened off the side of the road south of the capital city of Santiago, Chile, authorities said.
A camp housing Iranian dissidents in Iraq was attacked Saturday morning, leaving at least five dead and 40 wounded, Iraqi police said.
A frozen food producer caught up in a scandal over horsemeat found in beef products in the United Kingdom, Sweden and France said Saturday it will sue the Romanian producer it blames for the problem.
Government soldiers in Homs are showing the strain of war against opposition forces the government refers to as "terrorists."
A man suspected of being an Islamic terrorist has been arrested by Spanish police in Valencia, the Interior Ministry said Friday.
Now that President Obama has taken a public stand on the warlords and militia gangs tyrannizing DR Congo, there is a sense that the next chapter in the human tragedy that has been raging there over the past decade and half is about to be written -- or so we can hope.
Dalal al-Ziben holds her son and kisses his head. Al-Ziben never thought she would have another baby considering her husband has been inside an Israeli prison for 16 years and will likely never get out.
A 17-year-old was gang-raped and mutilated early Saturday in Bredasdorp, South Africa, a tiny town two hours southeast of Capetown.