A mine planted by Boko Haram terrorist group exploded under a Chadian military vehicle.
A true journalistic war broke out in Ukraine, as a group of Ukrainian reporters have signed an open letter, openly accusing Dmitry Muravsky, a counselor of Defense Ministry, of posting fake photos from the frontline.
One Turkish soldier has been killed and three others injured by a rocket, launched from territory held by Kurdish YPG forces, after Turkey launched a cross-border offensive this week.
The Hungarian billionaire appeared to have a fascination with not just fostering but creating anti-Putin opposition forces inside of Russia in a bid to destabilize the country.
Four rockets reportedly have been fired at a civil airport in Turkey, no casualties reported.
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) organization accuses WhatsApp of violating Federal Trade Commission’s order by sharing users data with Facebook.
It looks like US presidential candidate Donald Trump has softened his position on illegal immigration slightly on Wednesday… Only to switch back to hardline on Thursday. Or did he?
Rediscovered footage shows Mirren being subjected to—and having none of—a series of absurd questions. In 1975, up-and-coming theater actress Helen Mirren was interviewed by Michael Parkinson, the host of a popular British “chat show.”...Show More Summary
Former Congressman Barney Frank, one of the architects of the failed Dodd-Frank “Wall Street Reform” act” called on the apolitical Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low fearing that if the American economy slipped into recession Hillary may lose.
As many as seven Russian Paralympic athletes will send letters to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) on Sunday asking to allow them to participate in the upcoming Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, athletes' lawyer Artem Patsev said on Saturday.
Gaz Tigr, a Russian standart issue armored car, capable of carrying up to 11 people with armaments, has just been robotized. And not in a usual way.
French authorities charged a brother-in-law of one of the Charlie Hebdo attackers with involvement in terror-related activities, local media reported on Saturday.
The Russian Defense Ministry reported that a total of 120 militants, accompanied by their family members, have voluntarily left the Syrian city of Darayya, a suburb of Damascus.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will announce her decision on potential run for the fourth chancellor's term next spring, local media reported Saturday, citing sources in Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party.
The European Commission is set to release a report finding that Turkey’s human rights practices failed to comply with the terms of the deal – a finding that would end all hope of Turkish citizens receiving visa-free travel and likely forcing Erdogan to open the floodgates.
The Israeli border service detained 26 Georgian citizens in Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport.
Russia's Krasnye Barrikady Shipyard made a deal with Iran's Tasdid Offshore Development Company worth $1 billion.
The alien enthusiast claims that he has had several up close encounters with the deep space beings in recent years and hopes his pictures will silence the "doubters."
Newly-released video undermines the police’s claim that the teenager was threatening them. Newly-released video undermines New York City police’s claim that a teenager was threatening them with a toy gun when they fired at him 16 times during a December 2013 encounter, the New York Daily News reported. Show More Summary
One day after a successful ballistic missile test, North Korea has threatened to engage in a nuclear strike against the United States and has suggested it will soon open fire on lighting equipment being used by the US and South Korea in the DMZ.