Bosnian Croat war criminal Slobodan Praljak, who died Wednesday after apparently drinking poison in a dramatic courtroom scene, worked in film and theatre before becoming a military commander in the 1990s conflict.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by a British far-right group.
US President Donald Trump vowed to impose additional “major sanctions” against North Korea on Wednesday in response to its latest groundbreaking missile test.
A former Nazi SS guard known as the “Bookkeeper of Auschwitz”, now 96, is fit to serve his four-year prison sentence, a German court ruled Wednesday.
NBC said Wednesday it has fired Matt Lauer, a well-known morning news anchor, for what it described as inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace.
Danish police on Wednesday said divers have found a second arm in the area where the rest of Swedish journalist Kim Wall’s body parts were discovered after she was killed onboard an inventor’s submarine.
Two teenagers have been charged with planning an attack using guns and explosives on a Australian school and police said Wednesday they intended to kill multiple people.
Bitcoin broke through the $10,000 barrier for the first time on Wednesday as it continues a stratospheric rise that has delighted investors but sparked fears of a bubble.
Bali’s international airport will re-open Wednesday afternoon after a nearly three-day shutdown, Indonesian airport authorities said, as ash from a rumbling volcano that looms over the island paradise shifted direction.
A sea of worshippers crowded into a football field in Yangon early Wednesday for an open-air mass by Pope Francis, who is making the first ever papal visit to Myanmar, in a trip framed so far by his public sidestepping of the Rohingya crisis.
An Australian state Wednesday became the first in the country to legalise assisted dying, or euthanasia, with lawmakers voting to allow terminally ill patients the right to request a lethal drug to end their lives.