Across Ukraine, tech experts are at the forefront of the defense against Russia, from drones to cybersecurity. But it's after the war that their innovation might help bolster Ukraine's future.
The indictment, unsealed in the Eastern District of Virginia, marks the first time the U.S. has brought war crimes charges in connection with the Russian assault on Ukraine.
There is good news about a beloved tree that was cut down in September. Arborists in England say they're encouraged after seeds and cuttings show signs of successful propagation.
Hamas' attack in Israel and the war that followed and the stalemate in Ukraine were our biggest international stories in 2023, but we also found some wonder around the world.
Sushi restaurants are still open all over Ukraine. It's a small example of how the country's consumer economy continues despite nearly two years of war.
Kyiv's war effort to defend itself from Russia's invasion may grind to a halt without tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance, the Biden administration told Congress.
French police arrested a man who targeted passersby in Paris on Saturday night, killing a German tourist with a knife and injuring two others, France's interior minister said.
Addressing a lawsuit filed by the Justice Ministry, the court labeled the LGBTQ+ "movement" in Russia an extremist group and banned it. The case was classified, and the ministry disclosed no evidence.
Foreign policy doesn't always make headlines in presidential campaigns, but with the U.S. involved in two foreign wars — and facing a rising adversary in China, voters are paying more attention.
Marianna Budanova is the wife of Lt. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, the head of Ukraine's military intelligence agency. She is undergoing treatment in a hospital.
Francis' planned Saturday address would have been the first time a pope had addressed a U.N. climate conference, which is taking place in Dubai.
Russia says its air defenses intercepted at least 24 Ukrainian drones a day after it launched its largest drone strike on the Ukrainian capital of the war.
Floods of tourists are boosting post-pandemic economies in cities around the world, but not always to the satisfaction of locals. Seville, in Spain, is one example.
Violence broke out in the capital city after rumors circulated that a foreign national was responsible for a stabbing outside a Dublin school that left three children injured. Dozens were arrested.
Concorde crossed the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound, cutting travel time in half compared to a conventional passenger plane. The groundbreaking jet made its final flight on Nov. 26, 2003.