A favorite teacher, a janitor always friendly with the kids, the two women who patrolled the halls and greeted children at the school’s gates, a best friend’s little sister. These people feared or confirmed dead Wednesday were top on the mind of 12-year-old Luis Carlos Herrera Tome.
The leader of Yemen’s Shiite rebels has lashed out with a defiant speech on the eve of the third anniversary of the day his forces stormed into the capital.
The United Nations has proposed a new approach to solve the Libyan crisis, by amending a current political agreement, holding a constitutional referendum and general elections.
The panic over the quake gave way to a sense of solidarity in a city normally riven by class divides.
More than 40 countries so far have signed on to the first treaty to ban nuclear weapons. But the nuclear powers want no part of it.
In this occasional series, we take a look at what is at stake in the upcoming German election.
Officials estimated that 70 to 80 percent of the nation’s structures were damaged after Maria struck as a Category 5 storm before moving on to hit St. Croix and Puerto Rico.
Japan urged international unity Wednesday in pressuring North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, even as another key U.S. ally pushed back against President Donald Trump’s threat to “totally destroy” the rogue nation if it attacked.
A 70-year-old Palestinian woman who was deported from the United States for concealing a decades-old bombing conviction has arrived in Jordan.
The Security Council is backing reforms to reduce inefficiencies, corruption and abuse in the world body’s far-flung peacekeeping operations, a key priority of the Trump administration at the U.N. General Assembly this week.