Mt. Sakurajima in Kagoshima Prefecture erupted spectacularly on Friday.
Graduate student Giulio Regeni, 28, went missing in Cairo on Jan. 25 — the fifth anniversary of the uprising there. His body was found by a roadside outside the city on Wednesday.
The countrywide raids reportedly took place after security services were tipped off to a possible attack. One terror suspect was detained at a refugee center, according to German media reports.
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Hundreds gathered to protest Al-Shabab’s killing of more than 20 people and shared images via the #LiidoDemonstration hashtag.
Interior Minister Anders Ygeman said Swedish authorities may return between 60,000 and 80,000 people to their countries of origin in the coming years.
Christiane Taubira stepped down ahead of a parliamentary debate over whether to strip people convicted of terror offenses of French citizenship under certain circumstances.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested following the killing of a 22-year-old woman at a center for teenage asylum-seekers in Mölndal, near Gothenburg.
“One can never really know, but perhaps the black actors did not deserve to be on the final list,” the Academy Award nominee told French radio. UPDATE: This post now contains Rampling’s comment that her words were “misinterpreted.”
The secretive country’s state news agency said authorities had detained a University of Virginia student identified as “Warmbier Otto Frederick.”
Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, said the report would “poison” Russia’s relationship with the U.K.
Satellite images published by the Associated Press confirmed the militant group has razed the 1,400-year-old St. Elijah’s Monastery to the ground.
The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq released a report Tuesday that said 18,802 civilians have died in the country’s conflict in 22 months up to Oct. 2015.
A chief neuroscientist has said that there is no known antidote to the drug. UPDATE: The patient who was declared brain dead has died, University Hospital of Rennes has confirmed.
At least seven people died, including five assailants, a police spokesperson said.
The blast, in the city of Quetta, killed members of the country’s security forces.
One of the 10 sailors detained after two Navy boats strayed into Iranian waters Tuesday is seen on Iranian state television apologizing “for our mistake.”
The detentions were confirmed by the Russian consulate in Antalya, Turkey, and come after Tuesday’s suicide bombing in Istanbul. A total of 10 people were arrested on Wednesday.
The blast took place in the Sultanahmet district — an area popular with tourists visiting the Turkish city’s Blue Mosque. Some 15 people were wounded. Turkey’s Prime Minister said ISIS were behind the attack.
The music legend died Sunday after an 18-month battle with cancer. Here’s how the world’s newspapers reported his death.