The Islamic State claimed responsibility for a series of attacks in Libya this week. And the US ambassador quit Twitter after some controversial claims.
President Petro Poroshenko denied claims that forces were forced to withdraw after they were encircled by pro-Russia rebels, as foreign powers warned that the separatists were in violation of the latest ceasefire agreement.
'We're Racist and That's the Way We Like it': Police Probe Video of Soccer Fans Pushing Black Man off Paris Metro
Police are investigating after footage emerged of Chelsea soccer fans proudly singing about being racist and refusing let a black man get on a Paris metro train on Tuesday night.
Several Western nations closed their embassies in Sanaa on Wednesday, with US personnel reportedly destroying documents before fleeing the Yemeni capital.
The tragedy, just two days after the deaths of 29 migrants, has stirred criticism of the EU's new maritime patrol operation.
The inclusion of Islamist party Ennahda has drawn opposition from leftist and secular parties — including the prime minister-designate's own Nidaa Tounes — and warnings that the alliance of rivals won't last.
The satirical magazine has bounced back from the brink of bankruptcy, with subscriptions rising 20-fold since last month’s massacre in Paris.
The militant group demanded the release of Sajida al-Rishawi, imprisoned over a suicide attack, in exchange for the lives of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto and Jordanian pilot Muadh al-Kasesbeh.