Algeria's powerful army chief said Tuesday he wants to trigger the constitutional process that would declare President Abdelaziz Bouteflika unfit for office, after more than a month of mass protests against the ailing leader's long rule.
A Spanish court has accused an American, Mexican and South Korean as being part of a 10-member group that led a mysterious attack on the North Korean Embassy in February, saying the assailants then offered the FBI stolen data from the raid.
A Twitter post by the Auschwitz Memorial asks visitors not to shoot cute Instagram-style photos on the railroad tracks outside the notorious Nazi death camp in Poland. “Respect their memory,” the post says.
British lawmakers are preparing to blow open the Brexit process and put a host of rejected options back on the table _ including keeping the U.K. close to the European Union or even remaining a member.
China has suspended the license of a second major Canadian canola exporter, a blow to a $2 billion export sector that is widely seen as retaliation for Canada's arrest of a top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon says the "toxic" atmosphere that built in Washington during the now-completed Russia investigation has set back efforts to work with Russia "to unite the Judeo-Christian West.".
The Latest: U.S. Army Maj. Gen. James D. Craig, the commanding general of the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, is in Mozambique to get a first-hand look at the devastation Cyclone Idai caused throughout the region earlier this month.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has accused a dismissed police colonel, who publicly criticized him and his deadly anti-drug campaign, of criminal involvement and said he wants to know why the former officer "is still alive".