London police say 51-year-old man found dead after mosque attack last week died of "multiple injuries."
The Russian Emergencies Ministry says the search for a missing American climber has been hampered by adverse weather on Russia's highest peak.
Boeing flew past Airbus in the race for plane orders at this year's Paris Air Show, thanks to a surge in interest in the newest version of the 737.
Britain's Prince Philip was discharged Thursday from a hospital after he was treated for an infection, Buckingham Palace said.
A lawyer for the owner of the house where Adolf Hitler was born is disputing the government's right to take possession of the property in Austria's highest court.
U.N. human rights experts have urged Egypt to halt the execution of six men, sentenced to death over killing a policeman, saying that their trials were "flawed" and "did not meet international standards of fairness."
The head of the Church of England said the institution "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of its former bishops.
A new U.N. report says about 5 percent of the world's population used drugs at least once in recent years and nearly 30 million people could be dependent on narcotics to the point of needing treatment.
Britain's interior minister says the country has entered a new phase of global terrorism.
The head of the Church of England has said that the institution "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of its former bishops.
A human rights activist in eastern Congo says at least seven assailants have been killed as the army fought off attacks on a prison, police station and the town hall in the city of Beni.
Simplice Lenguy told his wife to leave him behind as people fled when fighting broke out in Central African Republic's capital.
Portuguese authorities say they have contained a dangerous wildfire that raged for five days near another blaze that killed 64 people last weekend.
The Latest on developments in Afghanistan following the suicide car bombing in Helmand province (all times local): 2 p.m.
A Polish official says President Donald Trump has chosen to deliver a speech during his upcoming visit to Poland at the site of a memorial to the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Germans.
South Africa's highest court says it is up to the speaker of parliament to decide whether a vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma can be done by secret ballot.
French authorities are investigating the death of a fashion blogger reportedly hit by an exploding whipped cream canister.
An official says the sole power plant in electricity-starved Gaza has resumed operations after receiving 1 million liters of fuel from neighboring Egypt.
Belgian authorities said Thursday that police detained four people in a series of raids in Brussels linked to the failed bombing at a rail station this week by a man shouting "Allahu akbar."
Germany's Parliament has honored former Chancellor Helmut Kohl in a special memorial session, remembering him as the architect of German reunification but also not without flaws.
The Latest on the London high-rise fire (all times local): 10 a.m.
The governor of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province has raised the death toll in the suicide car bombing outside a bank there to 29, saying most of those killed in the explosion were civilians.
Indonesian police say they have arrested 41 suspected militants following last month's twin suicide bombings in the capital that killed three policemen.
President Emmanuel Macron says France is no longer pushing for the departure of Syrian President Bashar Assad, a shift in French policy throughout the Syrian war.
Turkish officials say President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a telephone conversation with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and the new crown prince, during which they agreed to "increase efforts" to end tensions in the region related to the dispute with Qatar.
President Emmanuel Macron says France is no longer pushing for the departure of Syrian President Bashar Assad, a shift in French policy throughout the Syrian war.
French President Emmanuel Macron's new government is presenting a security bill to beef up police powers amid sustained extremist threats to Europe.
The Islamic State group destroyed Mosul's al-Nuri mosque and its iconic leaning minaret known as al-Hadba when fighters detonated explosives inside the structures on Wednesday night, Iraq's Ministry of Defense said.
Belgian authorities say police have detained four people in a series of raids in Brussels linked to the failed bombing at a rail station this week.
The local administrator in the west London community devastated by a high-rise apartment fire has resigned after government officials criticized the speed of the response to the devastating blaze that killed at least 79 people.
An Afghan official says a militant attack the previous night inside a mosque in the country's east has killed two members of the local council.
The Indian army says three Kashmiri rebels were killed in fighting with government forces in the Indian-controlled portion of the disputed Himalayan region.
The Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia plan to closely cooperate to halt the flow of militants, weapons, funds and extremist propaganda across their borders as they expressed alarm over recent attacks in their countries.
Germany's Parliament has voted by a wide majority to move reconnaissance jets flying anti-Islamic State group missions from a base in Turkey amid ongoing friction between the two countries.
Census workers going door to door in Egypt's teeming neighborhoods and crowded towns are discovering a new country — of more than 20 million people born in the last decade alone.
It's time to put the fun back in F1.
Hundreds of men swept up in the hunt for al-Qaida militants have disappeared into a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen where abuse is routine and torture extreme — including the "grill," in which the victim is tied to a spit like a roast and spun in a circle of fire, an Associated Press investigation has found.
There was a time when the mention of the Persian Gulf brought to mind images of pampered societies ruled by aging monarchs content to preside quietly over their oil money and fantastical skyscrapers while the U.S. kept the peace.
Turkish media say a small explosion at a graveyard close to the grounds of a NATO-owned military facility in western Turkey has damaged the installation's perimeter walls, but caused no injuries.
The Taliban released a new video on Wednesday showing an American and an Australian captive they abducted last August, the second such footage of the hostages.
The chairman of Foxconn says there is "still a chance" the Taiwanese electronics giant might be able to buy Toshiba's memory chip business despite the Japanese company's choice of another bidder as its preferred buyer.
As the first hint of dawn stretches over a Colombian neighborhood known as "Little Mene Grande" after the warm, Venezuelan city where so many recent arrivals are from, six men and women rise from worn, flattened mattresses.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is promoting several members of the military as he reshuffles his Cabinet to allow top officials to run for seats in a special assembly to rewrite the constitution.
About 300 pro-ISIS militants on Wednesday stormed a school in the southern Philippines and are holding students hostage, Reuters reported.
Peru's business-friendly finance minister has resigned amid accusations he pressured officials to approve a controversial airport project, delivering a new blow to President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's efforts to boost the South American nation's slowing economy.
Fighters for the Islamic State group are targeting children in Mosul to prevent civilians from fleeing the city as Iraqi forces push into the last stronghold held in Iraq by the militants there, the United Nations said Thursday.
Federal prosecutors in El Salvador say four National Civil Police officers and 15 soldiers participated in death squads that killed 36 people.
A team of forensic experts from the International Committee of the Red Cross says it has exhumed the first of 123 Argentine soldiers buried in a Falklands Island cemetery after the 1982 war with Britain.
Iraq's Ministry of Defense says the Islamic State group destroyed the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul and the iconic leaning minaret when fighters detonated explosives inside the structures late Wednesday night.
The United Nations says the Republic of Congo is withdrawing its peacekeeping troops from the Central African Republic following allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse.
A mosque in Iraq that was known as the location where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared an Islamic caliphate has been destroyed by the terror group.
People made homeless by the devastating fire that ripped through Grenfell Tower last week are set to move into 68 flats in Kensington.
A bartender in Canada is angry after a human toe that he uses for drinks was stolen.
The Latest on Jared Kushner's visit to Israel and West Bank (all times local): 9:30 p.m. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and chief Middle East adviser, Jared Kushner, has met separately with the Israeli and Palestinian leaders as part of his first solo visit to the region.
Boris Becker was declared bankrupt by a British court on Wednesday after the former tennis player failed to pay a long-standing debt.
Foreign ministers from throughout the Americas struggled Wednesday for a third day with Venezuela's intractable political crisis, looking for ways to make some minimal contribution to mediating the dispute.
Law enforcement officials around the world are reported to be on high alert this week as ISIS calls on its supporters to ramp up civilian attacks amid the “Night of Power,” which begins Wednesday evening.
Government crime statistics show May was Mexico's bloodiest month in at least 20 years, and homicides are up sharply in 2017 compared with last year.
The Latest on the shake-up of French President Emmanuel Macron's government (all times local): 6:25 p.m. French President Emmanuel Macron has brought in little-known figures to his government in a reshuffle after corruption scandals started tarnishing his young Cabinet.
Hanna Böhman was working in motorcycle sales after a brief stint in modeling when the 48-year-old Canadian woman sought a higher purpose in life: fighting ISIS in Syria as part of an all-female group of freedom fighters.
Memories are still raw a week after a high-rise building went up in flames.
A spokeswoman for the Ukrainian government's envoy at talks with pro-Russia separatist rebels say they have agreed on a new cease-fire in Ukraine's restive east.
Travelers wanting a glimpse of Peru's famed Machu Picchu will be restricted to visiting during morning or afternoon tours in a move aimed at conserving the site's archaeological splendor.
Authorities in Mali say one woman is still missing three days after Islamic extremists attacked a resort area near the capital.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appointed veteran Russian diplomat Vladimir Voronkov to head the newly established United Nations Counterterrorism Office.
Israel's air force chief is warning that his country will strike Hezbollah "with full force" in any future war with the Lebanese Shiite militant group.
Leaders of the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg are due to meet with counterparts and senior officials from Baltic and Nordic nations for talks ahead of a European Union summit and two days after formal negotiations on Britain's divorce from the EU opened in Brussels.
Brazilian President Michel Temer is being accused of organizing the distribution of about $6 million of public funds into electoral campaigns.
Pakistan's foreign ministry has confirmed the country's air force shot down an unmanned Iranian drone in southwestern Baluchistan province.
Syrian activists say Turkey has sent reinforcements into northern Syria, possibly in preparation for battles Ankara is anticipating with local Kurdish forces.
The Latest on European migration issues (all times local): 1:55 p.m.
North Korea is continuing to mass resources at a known weapons testing site inside the country, a defense source told Fox News on Wednesday, prompting worries Pyongyang could be plotting to greenlight another provocative nuclear bomb test amid heightened tensions following the death this week of an American student who had been imprisoned by Kim Jong Un’s rogue regime.
Conservationists have launched what they call one of Africa's biggest wildlife relocations — the transfer of 7,500 animals over three years to a Mozambican park whose wildlife was nearly wiped out by civil war.
Greenland flags were flying at half-staff Wednesday across Denmark and in Greenland's capital, Nuuk, to mourn four people who are presumed dead after a tsunami flooded a village on the Arctic island's west coast.
The father of one of three U.S. military trainers killed at a Jordanian air base last year says he has more faith in the kingdom's legal system after attending court this week.
The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution welcoming the deployment of a 5,000-strong force from five countries in Africa's vast Sahel region to fight the growing threat from extremists.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi says the government will increase the monthly capacity of ration cards through which it distributes food subsidies from LE21 ($1.16) per person to LE50 ($2.77) in an attempt to ease the effects of hard-hitting economic reforms.
Queen Elizabeth II delivered a speech to Parliament on Wednesday outlining the British government's legislative agenda.
Detectives in London still are trying to determine the cause of the death for a Muslim man who died during the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque, the city's police chief said Wednesday.
The trial of 11 men indicted in the case of 71 migrants who died in the back of a refrigerated truck in 2015 started in Hungary on Wednesday.
Queen Elizabeth II outlined the government's legislative program in a speech to Parliament on Wednesday after the prime minister slimmed down her plans and promised "humility" in negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union following a disastrous election that cost the ruling Conservative Party its majority.
Russia's defense minister says the security situation near the nation's borders has worsened because of NATO's activities.
The first of Western-made jet aircraft for carrying government officials has arrived in Poland.
Four conservative cardinals who publicly questioned Pope Francis' opening to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics are pressing their case and arguing that the issue is dividing the church.
Beer-soaked "booze cruises" down North Korea's Taedong River.
The head of Egypt's highest court has ordered a temporary suspension of rulings by other courts on a 2016 deal that transfers two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi King Salman named his 31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman, next in line to take over the oil-rich kingdom with a royal decree on Wednesday in a dramatic upending of the royal succession.
Rwanda's military says a 52-year-old woman has been killed in an attack by unknown gunmen in the southwestern district of Rusizi near the Burundi border.
A far-right soccer fan group from northern Serbia says one of its members has died in Syria as a Russian volunteer fighter.
A prominent journalist and human rights campaigner in Angola says he and another journalist face charges of insulting the state for an article about an allegedly unethical real estate deal involving the attorney general.
Muslim rebels are still holding several hostages in a school that has been surrounded by army troops in the southern Philippines, military officials said Wednesday after reporting that the gunmen have withdrawn from the area as government forces converged to crush the attack.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and chief Middle East adviser, Jared Kushner, has arrived for a daylong visit aimed at restarting long-dormant Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
Romania's prime minister and his government have been ousted in a no-confidence vote submitted by ruling party members.
Russia's foreign intelligence agency says that Yuri Drozdov, the Soviet spymaster who oversaw a sprawling network of KGB agents abroad, has died.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Wednesday appointed his 31-year-old son Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince, placing him first-in-line to the throne and removing the country's counterterrorism czar and a figure well-known to Washington from the line of succession.
The European Union has been awarded Spain's Princess of Asturias 2017 Concord Prize for its work in harmonizing relations between its member nations.
Hundreds of Croatian taxi drivers have blocked one of the capital's main boulevards with their cars to protest against Uber services in the country.
The son of the European Council president is being questioned by Poland's parliamentary commission as part of an investigation into one of the country's biggest financial scams.
Britain's Prince Philip was taken to the hospital on Wednesday for treatment of an infection, Buckingham Palace said.
The man who tried to detonate a nail bomb and shouted “Allahu akbar” at a Brussels train station on Tuesday was identified as a 36-year-old Moroccan national.
Authorities in Portugal say they have mostly extinguished a wildfire in the center of the country that killed 64 people last weekend.
South Sudan no longer has areas in famine, but almost 2 million people are on the brink of starvation and an estimated 6 million people — half the population — will face extreme food insecurity between June and July, according to reports by the government and the U.N. released Wednesday.
Officials say Egypt has begun trucking 1 million liters of cheap diesel fuel to Gaza's power plant, in a rare delivery meant to ease a crippling electricity crisis in the Hamas-ruled enclave.
A White House official says the Chinese government has invited Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner to visit Beijing later this year.