In a gesture showcasing the strengthening alliance between the U.S. and Japan, President Barack Obama visited Hiroshima to pay tribute to the victims of the world’s first atomic bombing.
Leaders say move would reverse growth in jobs, investment and trade.
Harsh punishment opposed by a section of rights activists.
More than 70 migrants rescued in second shipwreck within two days.
By Erin Wright A moth is hurting the country's tomato-producing region, sending prices skyrocketing.
Libya-Italy route set for more migrant traffic as weather conditions ease.
Coastguard intercepts seven boats near Sabratha, west of Tripoli.
Kills 35 Boko Haram militants and frees 97 hostages in Borno state.
116 bodies exhumed in Morelos as rights activists monitor gravesite.
Tremor was aftershock of deadly quake that hit country last month.
4,000 more oil workers on standby as blaze heads north.
President lauds seizure of massive domestic haul worth $240 million.
Global economy, terrorism and maritime security top the agenda.
The move 'inevitable' as the U.S. expands missile defense.
Former leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour killed in drone strike in Pakistan.
16 of the 19 nuclear plants in France voted in favor of joining the strike.
Two days after the Greek parliament passed a package of budget cuts and tax hikes, Eurozone finance ministers decided to release a bailout loan for the country.
Greek authorities began on Monday to relocate 8,400 migrants who have been stranded in a makeshift camp in Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border.
Attacker cried slogans of "Allahu akbar” before stabbing passengers.
50,000 civilians trapped in city, where Iraqi forces are shelling militants.
Thousands of troops deployed near territory north of Raqqa.
Egyptian official's claim contradicts Greek defense minister's account.
Move comes after the U.S. urged Russia to pressure Syrian regime.
Nell Derick Debevoise, Founder and CEO of Inspiring Capital, explains how her consultancy helps firms and non-profits make the world a better place.
Ten U.S. sailors under Eric Rasch's command briefly detained by Iran.
Third American casualty since U.S. redeployed troops in Iraq in 2014.
Investigation calls deadly strike on hospital a tragic mistake.