Repercussions of Brexit were immediately visible.
Obama bypassed U.S. Congress to enact executive order in 2014.
Authorities declare disaster in Jiangsu a national emergency.
Dozens of young girls have been raped in last two years.
Bama camp shelters 24,000 refugees who fled Boko Harm attacks.
40 people were killed in Malakal earlier this year.
Authorities block social media access in an attempt to curb cheating.
Fighting broke out along border of rival nations.
Marks major headway in ending 5 decades of bloody conflict.
by Erin Wright Confrontation sparked after arrests of union bosses.
by Erin Wright Less than two months before the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Olympic Games, Brazil's Sports minister says all is well despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
By Erin Wright Teachers who defied a strike call targeted, humiliated.
Notorious Abu Sayyaf group abducted four people last September.
Defies U.N. resolutions that ban use of ballistic missile technology.
Taliban steps up attacks after U.S. strike killed its former leader.
China’s foreign ministry condemns such excessive use of force.
The annual report by the United Nations refugee agency drew attention to the failure of nations in finding collecting solutions to cope with a deepening migrant crisis not only in Europe but across the world.
Authorities cite security concerns in cancelling Istanbul gay pride march.
Local authorities believe that lawmaker Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed on Thursday by a man with suspected neo-Nazi links, was the victim of a targeted attack amid a heated campaign over E.U. referendum.
Suggestion follows three days of clashes between fans and police.
Jordan's five intelligence officials were killed two weeks ago.
Government forces retook most -- but not all -- of the city, and fighting continues.
Too early to determine cause of crash, according to investigators.
Over 50 diplomats signed internal memo critical of Syria policy.
by Erin Wright Targeting of gay club initially overshadowed by radicalism concerns.
A translator also killed in assault on army convoy in Helmand province.
According to a report by the State Department, terrorist violence around the world dropped noticeably in 2015, owing to fewer attacks in hotspots Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria.