NATO's military chief warned Wednesday that Russian troops could begin moving on Ukraine within 12 hours of being given an order, amid fears that Moscow could seek to invade its eastern region.
NATO General Philip Breedlove tells Christiane Amanpour that U.S./NATO forces will stay in Afghanistan after 2014.
Three bombs explode at Cairo University killing a police brigadier general and wounding five people.
South Korea says a North Korean drone has crashed onto their territory on the same day the two countries exchanged fire.
Video shows the rescue of an amateur sailor during a yacht race in the Pacific Ocean.
The Italian navy rescued 730 migrants from overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sicily, it said Wednesday.
It might seem an understandable reaction to news Monday that North and South Korea had exchanged hundreds of shells across their western sea border. The incident occurred a day after Pyongyang had warned it was preparing to test another nuclear device, and just a week after it tested two medium-range ballistic missiles.
A provincial council candidate and nine of his supporters were killed by the Taliban in Afghanistan two days after they were kidnapped, said Sakhidad Haidari, deputy police chief of northern Sar-e-Pul province.
At 23, many people around the world are still at university -- Gossy Ukanwoke, on the other hand, had already started one.
Two drones, suspected of being from North Korea, have crashed in South Korea in the last two weeks, according to government officcials from the South. The discoveries raise questions over South Korea's air defense and the North's aerial capabilities.
The investigation into what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is charging ahead on two fronts: new high-tech tools and good old-fashioned shoe leather.
The newly-renovated Castelao football stadium looms into sight up ahead. Driving just past it, we see women standing on street corners, leaning into cars and flashing nearly naked bodies in the low light.
Anderson Cooper talks with oceanographer David Gallo about how earthquakes and tsunamis are triggered in Chile.
Michael Smerconish talks to NOAA's Frank Gonzalez about the relationship between Chili's earthquake and a tsunami threat.
An 8.0-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of northern Chile on Tuesday, generating a tsunami, authorities said.