Relations between South Korea and Japan remain strained because of the legacy of Japan’s aggression during World War II.
She makes it look easy!
Firefighters urged people to stay away from the area in Paris' southern suburbs, as 100 officers and 30 fire engines battled the blaze at the Rungis International Market.
Typhoon Noru hit the coastal town of Burdeos on Polillo Island in Quezon province shortly before nightfall.
The message was plowed on a 26,000-square-meter plot of land using only a tractor, plough and rotating harrow.
As the extent of damage became clear, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau canceled his trip to Japan for the funeral of assassinated former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
He's done it again.
North Korea has dialed up its testing activities to a record pace in 2022, testing more than 30 ballistic weapons.
Surrounded by floral wreaths and bouquets, it is inscribed with Queen Elizabeth II's name and the years of her birth and death, alongside those of her father her mother, and her husband.
Less than a week after a ceasefire deal was reached, Azerbaijani forces violated the deal by opening fire on Armenia, officials reported.
Vladimir Putin signed a hastily approved bill that toughens the punishment for soldiers who disobey officers’ orders, desert or surrender to the enemy.
In a sign of royal continuity, the picture of King Charles III is taken in front of a photo of his late parents, Elizabeth and Philip.
Hurricane Watch issued for Cayman Islands while a Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for Jamaica. No alerts for the U.S. at this time.
At least 77 migrants drowned when a boat they boarded in Lebanon sank off Syria's coast, Syria's health minister said Friday, in one of the deadliest such shipwrecks in the eastern Mediterranean.
Nicknamed "Fat Leonard," the contractor reportedly plied naval officers with Kobe beef, expensive cigars, concert tickets and wild parties.
Swallowing batteries is a “rare method of deliberate self-harm” that can cause serious complications.
Rescue teams in Australia have saved 32 pilot whales following a mass stranding this week of more than 200 in a remote part of Australia’s island state of Tasmania.
Ocean Builders is building both SeaPods, which are for aquatic living, and GreenPods, which are for living on land.
Protests began in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini held by the country’s "morality police" for allegedly incorrectly wearing her state-mandated headscarf, a violation of the country's strict dress code.
Zelenskyy said 215 Ukrainian and foreign citizens were freed as part of the deal, with the help of Turkish and Saudi mediation efforts.