One of the new U.S. rules says you can't request asylum unless you've already been denied in another country. So Mexico is getting more asylum applications than ever.
It was immediately unclear who was responsible for the the damage of the dam and power station on the Dnipro River. The damage risked to flood areas where hundreds of thousands of people live.
When Russia's Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, he clamped down on the media. In his new book, author Alan Philps sees parallels to Soviet dictator Josef Stalin who confined reporters in World War II.
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Prince Harry is doing something British royals have rarely done before: He's going to court. The Duke of Sussex is set to testify this week in a phone-hacking trial against British tabloids.
Instead of car traffic, the famed boulevard was covered by some 1,779 desks organized into rows for the spelling exercise.
Nitam Roy, a construction worker and a father of two, was on one of the trains that crashed in India's eastern state of Odisha. His uncle is hoping he can at least find some trace of his nephew.
The pardon was seen as the quickest way of getting Kathleen Folbigg out of prison, as new scientific evidence found that her four children died by natural causes as she had insisted.
China tightened access to Tiananmen Square in central Beijing on Sunday, the anniversary of the military suppression of 1989 pro-democracy protests.
OPEC+ countries also agreed to extend oil production cuts they announced in April through the end of 2024, reducing production by more than 1 million barrels per day.
China's new defense minister made his first international appearance on Sunday at an annual defense summit, where he delivered a speech full of thinly veiled digs at the U.S.
The derailment in eastern India that killed nearly 300 people and injured hundreds more was caused by an error in the electronic signaling system that led a train to wrongly change tracks.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday that Russia's war, now in its 16th month, has killed at least 500 Ukrainian children.
Officials in Canada's Atlantic Coast province of Nova Scotia said a wildfire that forced thousands of residents from their homes is now largely contained because of rain.
The clashes broke out after opposition leader Ousmane Sonko was convicted of corrupting youth. His supporters say his legal troubles are part of a government effort to derail his candidacy in 2024.