Spanish police arrested eight suspected Islamic militants in Madrid in predawn raids Monday, for allegedly recruiting and sending radical fighters to aid the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
When authorities confirmed last month that four "pings" heard in the southern Indian Ocean had nothing to do with Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, it was a devastating blow for those involved in the investigation, the families of those on board the missing jet, and the countless number of people around the world who had become captivated by the mystery surrounding the plane's disappearance.
Capping a hotly contested contest, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won re-election Sunday.
Pakistan on Sunday launched a military operation in a restive province near the border with Afghanistan in an attempt to "finish off" militants in the area "once and for all," Defense Minister Khawaja Asif told CNN.
Israeli soldiers have so far detained more than 150 Palestinian suspects in the search for three teenagers who Israel says were kidnapped, the military announced Sunday.
One by one, Iraqi cities seem to be falling to a militant group bent on continuing its march forward.
Poachers killed one of Kenya's most beloved elephants -- a behemoth animal with tusks so large, they touched the ground.
Israel's prime minister on Saturday gave security forces the OK to use "all measures" at their disposal to find and free three teenagers believed kidnapped in an area of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Iraq's leader directed his troops to make their stand against advancing Sunni militants as the U.S. sends an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf.
Afghans head to the polls Saturday to pick a President in a runoff between former foreign and finance ministers.
A Ukrainian military plane with at least 49 passengers was shot down overnight Friday, a source said, making it the latest and likely one of the bloodiest single events in that nation's current period of turmoil.
Al Goodman reports from Madrid where ecstasy quickly turned to agony as Spain played the Netherlands in the World Cup.
As ISIS storm across Iraq, CNN's Jonathan Mann looks at what the jihadist group has left in their wake in Syria.
The nighttime curfew imposed in Thailand after last month's military coup has been lifted, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha said during his weekly address Friday.
iRobot Corporation CEO Colin Angle explains how PackBots are working to enhance safety at World Cup venues.
Ukraine's Interior Ministry claimed a successful operation Friday against pro-Russian separatists in the city of Mariupol, as the government seeks to regain control of the country's restive south and east.
Photos have surfaced of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un criticizing forecasters for an ongoing drought.
Chinese authorities formally arrested prominent lawyer Pu Zhiqiang on Friday for "picking quarrels and creating a disturbance."