More than 300 people have been killed after a powerful earthquake struck an area along the Iran–Iraq border on Sunday.
Tatiana Felgenhauer is the deputy editor-in-chief for and cohost of a popular morning radio show on Ekho Moskvy.
The country's Supreme Court nullified the results of the election held last month and asked for a rerun in 60 days.
Extreme rainfall has led to devastating floods across Nepal, India, and Bangladesh, killing nearly 1,400 people and displacing millions.
A Russian court has put prominent theater director Kirill Serebrennikov under house arrest over accusations of embezzling government funds, but his supporters say the charges are politically motivated.
Joshua Wong, Alex Chow, and Nathan Law were handed six- to eight-month sentences for their roles in anti-government protests in 2014.
Days of relentless rain has killed nearly 70 people and submerged 48,000 homes in Nepal.
Xiyue Wang, who was conducting research for his dissertation in Iran, has been charged with spying for the United States.
The videos appear to have been edited to show Western doctors praising the quality of treatment the Chinese were providing to Liu Xiaobo.
The library at the University of Mosul was burned down by ISIS after it captured the city in 2014. One man is leading efforts to restock it with books.
The US and South Korea have now conducted a joint military exercise to respond to North Korea's launch, firing their own missile into the South's territorial waters.
Muslims are sharing photos of their grandparents affected by the travel ban, following new guidelines that do not consider grandparents “close family relationship.”
Mosul's al-Nuri mosque and al-Hadba minaret, which were built 845 years ago, were bombed by ISIS militants.
Travel groups that arrange trips to North Korea are now reviewing whether to take US citizens to the country following Warmbier’s death on Monday.
"They cannot slap us. We will slap them," the country's supreme leader said in a message posted on Instagram.
"If my bodyguards cannot protect me then why am I bringing them to America with me?" Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at an event in Ankara.
Arizona resident Jeremy Bowling loves reviewing movies, and trying to get Americans to understand that they've got Vladimir Putin all wrong.
"Maybe they will feel what it feels like to be vulnerable," said Abdalla Al Omari, who created a series of paintings that show prominent world leaders as displaced civilians.
The French far-right leader cut short her scheduled program — and then met Russian President Vladimir Putin just one month before the French election.
Denis Voronenkov fled to Ukraine last October and had taken on Ukrainian citizenship.