Israel's communications minister says the Bible is enough to prove that his country has legitimate land claims, despite what Google or Wikipedia say.
A Mexican man has been cleared of sexually assaulting an underage girl because he hadn’t “satisfied his sexual appetite” and didn’t intend “to copulate,” a judge in Mexico has ruled.
Afghan interpreters eligible for a special US visa thanks to their work for American troops in their home county spoke to RT about their fears and frustrations after the relocation program exceeded its yearly quota for 2017 in just three months.
A Polish consulate in western Ukraine came under fire overnight. A suspected anti-tank missile hit the building’s top floor, but luckily no one was harmed.
Islamic Council Norway has hired a woman that wears a traditional Islamic full-face veil, the niqab, as its communications officer, sparking criticism from Norwegian politicians, who say it will undermine understanding and trust.
A powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake rocked Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka peninsula, some 80 kilometers north east of Ust-Kamchatsk.
The Pentagon has admitted that its air campaign in Mosul “probably had a role” in the mounting civilian death toll in Mosul, including the recent loss of dozens of lives under the rubble of a house that was allegedly booby-trapped by ISIS to maximize casualties.
Serbia is expected to take delivery of six Russian MiG-29 fighter jets in the coming weeks once all the paperwork is complete, the Serbian Defense ministry has said.
A Peruvian Airlines Boeing 737 jet with 141 passengers on board has veered off the runway, bursting into flames upon landing at the Francisco Carle Airport in Jauja, Peru.
Brazilian airline Gol has agreed to pay R$4m ($1.3m) to the Kayapo indigenous tribe as compensation for material and spiritual damage caused by a 2006 plane crash which left a huge tract of their land “cursed”.
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The Austrian government plans to pull out from the EU resettlement program which obliges it to accept more refugees under the quota assigned to it by Brussels as it has already taken in more than its fair share of asylum seekers.
Beijing has every right to build military defense facilities on the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands, as they are part of the country’s territory, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said.
In what might seem like a Hollywood movie acted out in real life, a stewardess came to the aid of a co-pilot who fell unconscious in the middle of a flight.
An Egyptian man accused of raping a 20-month-old girl will soon face trial over the charges, according to local media.
Germany suggests the EU should impose sanctions on countries refusing to take back their nationals deported from the bloc.
A march mourning the death of a teen in India turned violent after a mob assaulted Africans with chairs and other objects, injuring 10 and hospitalizing at least four.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says it summoned a French diplomat after a Chinese national was killed by a police officer in Paris.
Several vans have been set on fire outside a police station in Hamburg, Germany, just 10 days after unknown assailants carried out an arson attack on a car belonging to the city mayor’s security detail.
Hundreds of Mosul residents were killed by airstrikes in their homes following repeated instructions from Iraqi authorities not to leave, Amnesty International says.