Russian President Vladimir Putin says Western leaders need to stop "abusing alcohol" and play more sports if they want to stop looking "disgusting" shirtless.
Police in the Bahamas have officially confirmed carbon monoxide poisoning to be the cause of death after three American tourists were found dead at a Sandals resort in early May.
Interest in Chinese airline tickets soared Wednesday after Beijing announced it would ease COVID-19 quarantine requirements on travel.
Police in the German city of Oldenburg said they found a missing 8-year-old boy in the city's sewer system more than a week after he disappeared.
The National Hurricane Center is predicting that tropical storm Bonnie will likely develop in the southern Caribbean over the next five days.
Nearly 50 Cubans were sent back to their home country Wednesday after they were spotted by Coast Guard crews near Florida.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is withdrawing from political life as a new election approaches, opening the door for Benjamin Netanyahu's return.
A bloody fight over the city of Lysychansk in the Luhansk region continues as Russian forces look to push their campaign west into Ukraine.
NATO formally invites Finland and Sweden to become members in Madrid Summit Declaration
China has lowered the quarantine time for travelers entering the country by half on Tuesday. The move will ease COVID restrictions that deterred cross-border travel.
Turkey has lifted its opposition to Finland and Sweden joining NATO after previously insisting the countries change their stance toward Kurdish rebel groups.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he will be airing his greivances in the NATO Madrid summit this week not only with Sweden and Finland but with President Biden.
A fire that broke out at a prison in Colombia Tuesday following an attempt by inmates to escape has left at least 51 people dead and 30 injured, officials say.
Alexei Navalny's court appeal was rejected after the prison illegally prevented his lawyers from bringing audio voice recorders and laptops to a court sessions.
Officials on Tuesday said Kherson mayor Igor Kolikhaev has been abducted by Russian forces after he refused to flee besieged city.
A former top Israeli military officer is warning of "unprecedented devastating consequences" if world powers return to a 2015 nuclear deal that was reached with Iran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime expanded his "stop list" sanctions on the U.S. to include both First Lady Jill Biden and her daughter on Tuesday.
A top Russian official said any attempts to regain the illegally annexed Crimean Peninsula will be seen as a 'declaration of war.'
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is accusing Russia of committing “one of the most daring terrorist attacks in European history” following an airstrike on a mall.
Anti-government protests and riots in Ecuador over calls to reduce gas and agricultural prices could potentially lead to another pro-Western government falling.