Aeromexico airline and an advertising company apologized for a commercial casting call that said "dark-skinned" people would not be allowed to audition.
Navy divers have recovered five bodies so far from an Indian navy submarine that exploded and sank in Mumbai this week, authorities said Saturday.
Protest marches scheduled for after prayers Sunday in Egypt could add more bloodshed to days of deadly violence in the country.
Police say 40 ball pythons were confiscated from a single motel room on Thursday in Brantford, Ontario, about 65 miles southwest of Toronto.
At least 17 people died and 572 others were rescued in the Philippines after a cargo ship collided with a passenger ship.
The artful "abomination" that turned a 100-year-old depiction of Christ into an international joke has become a shock hit with tourists.
For 67 years, the Virgin Mary Church has been a peaceful refuge for Shenouda El Sayeh, much like the Giza province village of Kafr Hakim where it rests and where he has lived all those years.
CNN asked Muscovites what they think of the controversy surrounding Russia's anti-gay legislation.
Alan Gross, a U.S. State Department contractor jailed in Cuba, received his first visit by American doctors, Gross' attorney said Thursday.
A zoo in China has angered visitors by trying to pass off a hairy dog as a lion, Chinese state media reported.
Video posted to YouTube shows the dramatic moment a food stall exploded at a fireworks festival in Japan on Thursday evening.
Marikana lies on South Africa's platinum belt, where the world's richest deposits of the metal are located. Together with Russia, South Africa produces 90% of the world's platinum demand. The people of Marikana know the land is mineral rich, and last year they demanded a taste of that wealth.
The man wanted by the United States for leaking details of National Security Agency intelligence gathering says journalists have been misled into printing false claims about his legal situation, The Huffington Post reported Thursday.
A 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck New Zealand on Friday, disrupting transportation and trapping people in elevators.
Four severely burned bodies have been recovered from an Indian navy submarine that sank in Mumbai this week after an explosion and fire on board, authorities said Friday.
At least 22 people were killed and hundreds injured when a car bomb rocked a southern suburb of Lebanon's capital, authorities said Friday, raising the death toll from the blast a day earlier.
Reports that a Scottish teenager took his own life after becoming the victim of an alleged Internet blackmail scam have heightened concerns in Britain over online abuse.
U.S. runner Nick Symmonds took a swipe at Russia's anti-gay propaganda law after winning a silver medal in the 800-meter competition at the World Track & Field Championships in Moscow, according to state-run media.
As Egypt faces the gruesome aftermath of clashes that left hundreds dead, demonstrators plan to defy an emergency order and take to the streets in a "Friday of anger."