The court finds that the defendants were not in a situation where they were entitled to self-defence and that they have assaulted the victim by hitting and kicking him. But the rapper will avoid prison.
This week sees 1.8 billion Muslims celebrate the "Festival of Sacrifice," or Eid Al-Adha. But the idea of sacrificing one's hard earned money is a year-round activity for Muslims. Could this be the blueprint for fairer societies in Europe and America?
Trump's visits to Dayton and El Paso were intended to unite and heal, but his words preceded him and he was greeted by large, angry protests.
The United States has announced fresh sanctions against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Why is Turkey threatening to make new incursions in northern Syria? What are the implications for Syrian Kurds, the fight against the so-called Islamic State, and already strained US-Turkish relations?
The United States has officially designated China a "currency manipulator", the first such accusation between major powers for a quarter of a century.
Here's a clue: It's not Switzerland.
Juan de Dios Velazquez had only moved to El Paso, Texas, with his wife Estela Nicolasa from Ciudad Juarez, just across the border in Mexico, six months before they were caught in Saturday's mass shooting at a Walmart store.
Governor Greg Abbott told reporters that the tragedy was "one the deadliest days in the history of Texas."
A Swedish judge has decided to release US rapper A$AP Rocky from custody until the verdict.
The collapse of the 1987 treaty banning intermediate-range missiles has some fearing the world could enter into a new arms race.
New audio from the US National Archives reveals former US president Ronald Reagan calling African UN delegates 'monkeys'.
The Harlem Globetrotters player described it as a "once in a lifetime experience."
The US Federal Reserve lowered its interest rate on Wednesday due to weak global growth and trade uncertainty. Could the cut affect Europeans?
Hal Prince, the famous Broadway musical producer, who was behind "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Cabaret" has died.
The three seesaws are intended "as a recognition of the actions that happen on one side and have a direct impact on the other," said the architect who built them.
The American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday 911 children had been separated from their parents in the past year, including 678 whose parents faced allegations of criminal conduct.
In the first half of the year, foreign and government forces killed 717 civilians, while anti-government elements (including Taliban) caused 531 deaths, the UN said.
"#IchbinAntifa" became the number one trending hashtag on Twitter in Germany after US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he may declare the anti-fascist network a terrorist organization.
The US Attorney General William Barr said the US government would use pentobarbital — which has been in short supply in the US in part due to a European ban on exporting lethal drugs.
Donald Trump has threatened to target French wine after Paris imposed a tax on US technology giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon.
US rapper A$AP Rocky has been charged along with two others for assault over a fight that happened in Sweden last month.
The Iranian Intelligence Ministry said at a press conference on Monday that it had identified and arrested 17 spies acting on behalf of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
US President Donald Trump has come under fire for telling Democratic congresswomen "to go back" to "fix" countries they came from.
The European nations said they were preoccupied by the escalation of tensions in the Persian Gulf region and urged for a dialogue between all parties involved in the deal, that was signed on this day four years ago.
Boris Johnson in pole position to become the next UK Prime Minister and already is at the centre of a diplomatic storm. His underwhelming endorsement of Kim Darroch is believed to be a factor in Darroch's decision to resign as the British Ambassador to Washington.