On Monday, a popular volcanic tourist attraction erupted on White Island in New Zealand.
Bashir will be transferred to a reform facility if he isn't sentenced to death in another trial.
In October, the House voted 405-11 in favor of recognizing the Ottoman Turk-led genocide that killed 1.5 million Armenians in the 20th century.
Three years, three prime ministers, two extensions, lots of questions — and not a lot of answers.
The prime minister is now all but certain to have parliamentary support he needs to make sure the U.K. exits the European Union in January.
The mission to recover the bodies is risky because there's a chance the volcano could erupt again.
The bill outlines a path to citizenship for non-Muslim minorities.
Lawmakers passed a bill late Wednesday that dissolved the legislature and set the election for early March.
India's parliament passed a controversial citizenship bill that excludes Muslims.
A newly released report predicted the 737 Max would crash 15 more times.
This is the U.K.'s third general election in less than five years. But this one's a pretty huge deal.
Myanmar's civilian leader told the International Court of Justice that the genocide allegations against her country are "incomplete and misleading."
Search and recovery efforts at the site of the White Island volcano in New Zealand are being put on hold.
Khashoggi was killed during a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul back in October 2018.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his opponent Benny Gantz agreed to an election if the legislature can't form a coalition by Wednesday night.
Forty-seven visitors were on White Island, a popular tourist destination, when the volcano erupted.
Bill proposed by India's ruling BJP party would grant citizenship to migrants from all of South Asia's religions, except Muslims.
The meeting marks the first time Putin and Zelenskyy have met face to face.
The march was organized by the local advocacy group, Civil Human Rights Front.
The fire tore through the building as many workers slept.
North Korea's ambassador to the U.N. said denuclearization has "already gone out of the negotiation table."
U.S. military and intelligence officials tell The New York Times that Iran is using supportive militia networks to hide weapons in Iraq.
Health agencies estimate that 140,000 people died from measles last year.
Dany Cotton will officially step down from her role at the end of the year. That's four months earlier than she planned to retire.
Iranians have protested against the regime's decision to raise gas prices by as much as 300% since November 15.
China's previously imposed multiple rounds of tariffs on both products. Currently, soybean tariffs stand at 33% and pork tariffs are at 72%.
The latest U.S.-France trade dispute has its roots in a much broader debate about the tech industry and global taxation.