A decade after Al Qaeda-inspired bombers blew apart four Madrid commuter trains, killing 191 people, Spain’s government warned the country still remains a target.
The discovery that two passengers boarded the missing Malaysian jet using stolen passports reveals flaws in the screening of air travelers that persist more than 12 years after security worldwide was strengthened in the wake of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
In his first year, Pope Francis has blown a breath of fresh air through the Catholic Church that has been felt across the globe.
A Chilean woman was shot dead while clearing a barricade put up by anti-government protesters, the first foreign fatality during a month of civil unrest in Venezuela, authorities said on Monday.
The United States will signal its resolve to protect its NATO allies near Russia's borders on Tuesday with the start of the first joint military training exercises in the region since the Kremlin intervened in Ukraine.
A Portuguese-flagged fishing boat ran aground off Spain's northern coast before dawn on Monday, killing two of the nine crew and leaving another six missing, rescuers said.
As violent protests in Venezuela alienate moderates in the opposition and show no signs of toppling President Nicolas Maduro, the socialist leader's call for talks is deepening divisions between his rivals.
The Supreme Court in the Maldives has sacked the elections chief and handed him a suspended jail term after he criticized judges during last year's chaotic contest to choose a president.
Newborns freezing to death in hospital incubators, doctors cutting off limbs to stop patients from bleeding to death, surging cases of polio: a new report published on Monday paints a dire picture of Syria's collapsing healthcare system.