"Comport yourself with respect for all who suffered and sacrifice," Craig Mazin subtweeted the tourists visiting the Ukrainian disaster site.
After Russia’s three major business newspapers all published identical front pages in protest, the government said the charges against journalist Ivan Golunov were being dropped.
Police claim to have found illegal drugs in Ivan Golunov's Moscow home. His editors at Meduza say that he believes they were planted by the police.
Michael Behenna was 24 in 2008 when he killed an Iraqi during an impromptu interrogation. Oklahoma officials have been pushing to clear his record for years.
Iranian boxer Sadaf Khadem told French sports magazine L'Equipe that she thinks she'll face "interrogations by the morality police and security services" as well if she returns.
"The elders of Beirut support Jon Snow in his war against the White Walkers," one banner hanging in Beirut read.
One recent opinion poll had the Canadian prime minister with a lower approval rating than Donald Trump. How did this happen?
Welcome to Ukraine, where an actor who played the president on TV is leading the polls and the actual president is slugging it out with a former prime minister for second place.
Venezuelan journalist Luis Carlos Díaz has reportedly been detained by the local intelligence service after members of the regime accused him of being part of a US plot.
Jair Bolsonaro’s question was directly related to his disdain for Carnaval, the annual festival celebrated with giant street parties.
The search giant's decision is the latest example of US tech giants working to stay on foreign countries' good sides.
Juan Guaidó is the 35-year-old head of Venezuela's National Assembly. And now he might wind up being the person charged with ending the country's political crisis.
The entire art exhibition — a set of statues of giant pieces of candy featuring the G20 members' flags, including Saudi Arabia's — will be moved after being on display for weeks.
“It’s absolutely unacceptable to give so called #Russia’s MFA in occupied #Crimea a blue tick!”
The president has now posted Game of Thrones memes on Twitter and Instagram and sported a huge meme poster at a Cabinet meeting.
More than 200 women have accused Brazil's João de Deus — or John of God — of sexually abusive behavior at his "healing center."
The 91-year old, who founded and co-chaired Russia's oldest human rights organization, passed away over the weekend.
The tax, meant to help reduce drivers’ use of fossil fuels, was previously suspended for six months in the face of weeks of protest.
A video of people in England chanting for Trump is the closest thing we could find to match the claim the president retweeted.