The death toll in an attack by gunmen on a Kenyan university campus has risen to 14, a police officer at the scene said on Thursday.
A suicide bomber on Thursday killed at least 13 people and wounded around 40 others, including a prominent Afghan lawmaker, in an explosion in the Khost province, officials said.
A Honolulu museum has returned to American authorities seven rare antiquities believed to have been stolen from India and smuggled into the US by notorious art dealer Subhash Kapoor.
Houthi forces pulled back from positions in central Aden after air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition at dawn on Thursday, residents of the southern Yemeni port city said.
As part of his ongoing visits to neighbouring countries after assuming charge two months ago, foreign secretary S Jaishankar landed in Kathmandu on Thursday morning on a two day official visit.
Prince Harry will begin a month-long attachment with the Australian Army on Monday, officials said, spending time on bush patrols, working with an indigenous regiment and possibly flying helicopters.
The death toll from floods devastating northern Chile has risen by one to at least 24, officials said Wednesday, as President Michelle Bachelet cancelled a trip to a regional summit to cope with the crisis.
At least 43 people have died and 26 are missing after a Russian trawler sank late on Wednesday in the western Pacific ocean near the Kamchatka Peninsula, the TASS news agency reported, citing an officer.
The Leicestershire police have honoured an Indian citizen who saved the life of Namdhari Sikh leader Siri Sat Guru Uday Singh when the latter was attacked in a local gurdwara during his visit here in 2013.
Alien spaceships have never entered Japanese airspace, the country's defence minister has told parliamentarians, after being questioned about a possible aerial invasion by little green men.
Islamic State militants infiltrated a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus today and were clashing with a Palestinian group, the deepest foray yet by the extremist group into the Syrian capital, seat of President Bashar Assad's power, according to opposition activists and Palestinian officials.
Islamist militants in northern Nigeria are using children as human bombs and targeting women and girls for particularly horrific abuse, including sexual slavery, the United Nations human rights chief said on Wednesday.
Archaeologists have discovered one of Britain’s largest medieval hospital cemeteries containing over 1,000 human remains while excavating beneath the Old Divinity School at St John’s College, Cambridge.
The United States on Tuesday gave UN panel on climate a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26-28% of 2005 level by 2025, building on initiatives already underway.
Health services across Nepal remained affected on Wednesday due to a strike called by doctors in support of a senior colleague who is on fast seeking overhaul of the medical education sector.