As Robert Mugabe’s regime tottered and fell, one immediate benefit that Zimbabweans celebrated with glee was the sudden absence of bribe-extracting police who were a symbol of life under his rule.
When Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig entered the “Masterpiece Cakeshop” bakery in a Denver suburb on July 19, 2012, they were giddy about choosing their wedding cake.
The school apologies and agrees to have the statue remodeled.
A severed left arm found in waters off Copenhagen is probably dismembered Swedish journalist Kim Wall’s, police said Wednesday, but a definitive identification could take weeks.
The theft of the personal data of 57 million Uber riders and drivers highlights how vulnerable we make ourselves when we install apps on our mobile phones and tablet computers.
The first lady of Zimbabwe has support from the ruling party’s Youth League, but is widely disliked among the general population
Ratko Mladic, who was convicted of genocide on Wednesday, believed himself to be a crusading defender of the Serbs but was dubbed the “Butcher of Bosnia” for mass slaughter at the hands of his forces.
Australia warned Thursday against American disengagement from Asia at a time of rising Chinese power as traditional US allies grow nervous about President Donald Trump’s isolationist tilt.
Father William’s 16-strong flock on Myanmar’s eastern border is one of the Catholic Church’s tiniest outposts, but next week they will join a tide of 200,000 faithful in Yangon for a historic mass led by Pope Francis.
An international search mission for a missing Argentine submarine entered its sixth day Tuesday as uncertainty over the fate of its 44 crew members gave way to rising anguish for families troubled by earlier false hopes.
Dramatic footage of a North Korean soldier’s defection released Wednesday showed him racing across the border under fire from former comrades, and then being hauled to safety by South Korean troops.