Thousands of firefighters have been deployed to combat more than 100 fires burning along Australia's east coast.
Turkey's interior ministry announced the U.S. has committed not to block the suspected militant from entering the country.
North Korea said if the U.S. goes ahead with joint aerial exercises with South Korea in December, it'll retaliate.
They've become the location of heavily fortified camps where some protesters are reportedly building and stockpiling weapons.
The fighting started on Tuesday when an Israeli air raid in Gaza City killed an Islamic Jihad commander and his wife.
Senator Jeanine Áñez made the declaration Tuesday, despite the fact that she lacked the congressional votes to approve her appointment.
Venice officials said the tide peaked at over six feet Tuesday night.
The U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory for Bolivia because of political instability and ongoing protests in the country.
The EU's top court has ruled that products made in Israeli settlements must be labeled has having been made in the Palestinian territories.
Uranium particles have been discovered at an undeclared site in Iran, violating its 2015 nuclear pact with other world powers.
Despite initially saying he would stay in Bolivia, Morales announced his departure to Mexico on Monday following what he has described as a "coup."
Protesters forced public transit delays and clashed with police on college campuses following two violent incidents on Monday.
Israel's Foreign Ministry described Baha Abu Al-Ata as "a ticking bomb" who'd prepared to launch terror attacks against Israeli citizens.
Photos and video evidence show an unexpected source of protester casualties: tear gas canisters fired directly into crowds.
Chilean President Sebastián Piñera told a local news outlet the government has been working on a new draft of the constitution.
Boeing's 737 Max could get approval to fly again at the start of 2020.
A Turkish government spokesperson said at least three suspected ISIS fighters have been deported, with more expected to follow this week.
One of Latin America's longest-serving leaders is stepping down after three weeks of deadly protests against him.
Protesters were caught on camera pouring flammable liquid on a man and setting him on fire. The man is reportedly a pro-Beijing supporter.
During the announcement, Rouhani directed some of his comments at the U.S.
Iran began rolling back its commitments to the 2015 nuclear deal in May.
Dozens of fires are burning in Australia's most populous state.
The airline has canceled nearly 1,500 flights due to a two-day strike by the UFO union, which represents 21,000 Lufthansa crews.
According to state-run media, Turkey's holding around 1,200 ISIS members in its prisons.
A police official called the identifications an "important step in the investigation."
Bosco Ntaganda was given 30 years for war crimes committed while he was a militia leader in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The General Assembly voted 187-3 to condemn the embargo for the 28th year. Brazil, Israel and the U.S. voted "no."