Iran long has denied supplying arms to Houthi rebels in Yemen, though a growing body of evidence contradicts their claim.
The death toll after a shopping mall fire in Keremovo, Siberia, on Sunday has risen to 64.
A criminal investigation has been opened into the fire at the Zimnyaya Vishnya, or Winter Cherry, mall in Kemerovo.
The Catalan Parliament declared independence from Spain Friday. What were the events leading up to the declaration?
President Donald Trump Trump on Thursday directed his top trade representative to level an estimated $50 billion in new tariffs against Chinese goods.
The lawyer for fugitive former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont says that he is being held by German police as he was making his way back to Belgium.
Former President Barack Obama stressed the need for the U.S. and allies to work together to pressure North Korea over its nuclear program.
The missions monitor anti-ISIS coalition aircraft in the eastern part of the country, as well as Russian activity in the west.
France's interior minister has said Lt. Col. Arnaud Beltrame performed an "an act of heroism."
No evidence of foul play was suspected in the deaths at a condominium in the Caribbean resort town of Tulum, Mexican officials said.
"China does not want a trade war with anyone, but China is not afraid of and will not recoil from a trade war," the country's embassy in Washington warned.
The weapons "will support U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives by improving the security of a friendly country," the State Department said.
EU confirms its ambassador to Russia has been recalled, expected in Brussels at weekend .
Vehicle goes up in flames after gaining "unauthorized" access to the base in Northern California.
A crime is classified as terrorism only if it is politically motivated.
Moscow's war of words over the ex-spy's poisoning has diplomatic implications for the U.S.
Around 600 people have been asked to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May 19 nuptials
Former French president is accused of financing his successful 2007 presidential bid with about $62 million from the Libyan strongman.
French ex-president Sarkozy has denied the accusations that his 2007 presidential campaign was funded by the Gaddafi regime, French media says.
Social media giant Facebook has today admitted making mistakes over the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Mark Zuckerberg, its CEO, making his
The teen galvanized a Palestinian population disheartened by years of settlement-building on land envisioned as a future state.
Israel publicly stated it carried out airstrikes on a suspected Syrian nuclear facility in 2007 for the first time, and gave a warning to Iran over its nuclear ambitions.
The tech giant's CEO has been summoned after the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Police said it had contained the incident and students have been evacuated and taken to a nearby school.
China's most powerful leader in decades stressed the absolute leadership of the ruling Communist Party in all aspects of Chinese life.
The UK's data regulator is looking at whether Facebook responded "robustly" to reports that Cambridge Analytica gained access to data on 50 million users.