American Nancy Kissel, dubbed the “milkshake murderer” for one of Hong Kong’s most notorious crimes, was back in court Friday to challenge her life sentence for murdering her banker husband.
The death toll from a crash between a school bus and a train in southern France rose to six Friday as two 11-year-old girls succumbed to their injuries, a police source said.
International judges on Friday awarded $10 million (8.5 million euros) in damages to child soldiers recruited into the ranks of a brutal Congolese militia by former warlord Thomas Lubanga.
The top US envoy for North Korea said Friday that “real dialogue” is needed to gauge what Pyongyang wants from its accelerated drive towards nuclear weapons statehood.
Disease, hunger and misery stalk the Rohingya living in Bangladesh’s refugee camps but despite the grinding hardship, few are willing to consider the alternative — returning home under a deal struck with Myanmar.
He already has millions of Twitter followers and has spoken of the wonders of new technology. Now the Dalai Lama has launched a new iPhone app so devotees can keep track of his travels and teachings.
Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe, who was ousted from power last month, visited a Singapore hospital Friday during a trip to the city-state for a medical check-up.
Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the crisis over North Korea’s nuclear programme with US counterpart Donald Trump in a phone call Thursday, the Kremlin said.
A US judge on Thursday sentenced two nephews of Venezuela’s first lady to 18 years in prison for conspiring to smuggle cocaine into the United States.
At least four children were killed and 19 people injured, seven seriously, on Thursday when a train crashed into a school bus at a level crossing in southern France.
Voters like David Hornos drove separatist parties to success in Catalonia’s last election in 2015, giving them an absolute majority of seats in the Spanish region’s parliament for the first time.