It's time for Tango! An international festival celebrating the Latin American dance opens in Buenos Aires.
Iraqi military says it struck potential suicide bombers who intended to strike during next week's Eid al-Adha holiday.
Despite the 'zero-tolerance' policies initiated by the Trump administration, border officials still apprehended over 9,000 migrant families in July.
Thailand, Laos and Myanmar also lashed by Bebincaâ€™s relentless rain.
Rescuers shift the stranded people to 1,200 state-run camps where more than 150,000 people already have taken shelter.
The American pastor was arrested in Turkey after the failed coup attempt and has been held on terrorism charges.
A breakdown of the causes and effects of Turkey's currency crisis.
China restricts internet users by blocking websites, censoring words and clamping down on free speech.
Growing demand for palm oil is depleting forests as the Orang Asli tribe fights for its rights.
The assault comes one day after 34 people were killed at an educational centre in the capital.
Tributes pour in for 'Queen of Soul' and global icon, Aretha Franklin, who died at the age of 76 after battling cancer.
More than 350 US news outlets join Boston Globe call to run editorials, addressing Trump's 'assault on the free press'.
Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, has been held in custody with his next court appearance due on August 23.
Group will coordinate and run policy towards Tehran, but analysts say the initiative puts US 'on path to war with Iran'.
Six years after the Marikana massacre, the grief felt by families and survivors is evident.
Qatar's investment in Turkey exceeds $20bn, the second highest by any country.
Mining companies in South Africa say they plan to cut thousands of jobs.
Turkish finance minister rules out IMF assistance and capital controls in address to international investors.
The 'Queen of Soul' and first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame passed away from pancreatic cancer.
While rescuers continued to dig for survivors in the wreckage of Genoa's Morandi bridge, hundreds of people displaced by the disaster are wondering if and when they will be able to return to thei...
Just three days before the opening of the Asian Games, the air pollution index shows 154 micrograms of harmful particles per cubic metre.
The mosques were hit with large metal balls fired from heavy duty catapults, breaking several windows.
In Palestine, we hope the Labour leader will stand his ground and continue to give a voice to our struggle for justice.
The move against the self-exiled politician comes before the presidential election he sought to register for.
The coming weeks will show how well Turkey's finance minister can turn around the country's struggling economy.