Mexican police found 11 people dead, apparently tortured, on carnival night in an eastern tourist town, the latest victims of drug-related gang violence, an official said Wednesday.
Dutch anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders and his far-right Freedom Party said Wednesday that they would resume their public activities after suspending them last week because of a security scare.
Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, under fire for allegedly abusing his position for personal benefit, vowed Wednesday to sign laws on ethics in public office and on business conflicts of interest.
The House of Lords voted Wednesday to amend and thereby delay a bill empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to begin Brexit negotiations, demanding guarantees for EU nationals living in Britain.
Turkish-backed rebels seized two villages from US-supported forces on Wednesday as they sought to expand their control in northern Syria, rebels and a monitor said.
Macedonia’s political crisis deepened Wednesday as the president refused to give the opposition leader a mandate to form a government, even though he won the backing of a parliamentary majority.
Donald Trump reassured Americans with a well-received, more presidential address before Congress on his vision for the country’s “renewal,” but numerous questions remained Wednesday about the details and costs of his policies.
The archbishop of Warsaw has called for Poland to accept hundreds of Syrian refugees in need of urgent medical care, in a move that risks embarrassing the right-wing government.
Russian-backed rebels on Wednesday halted the operations of the first Ukrainian company after an ultimatum expired to end a trade blockade between the two foes.
A jogger on Wednesday found a pair of trousers with the national health card of a member of a missing French family in a pocket, a source close to the probe said.
Russian warplanes bombed US-backed fighters in several small villages in northern Syria after they mistakenly thought Islamic State forces were in the area, a top US general said Wednesday.