omersukrugoksu/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — North Korea launched “multiple” missiles on Wednesday, South Korean military officials said. The missiles amounted to a fourth round of test launches in 10 days, coming as the United States and South
Steve Prezant/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — A gun used earlier this month by cartel members to kidnap a group of Americans and kill two of them was illegally trafficked from the U.S., according to a criminal complaint
YOSHIKAZU TSUNO,LUDOVIC MARIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images (TOKYO) — Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is en-route to the Ukrainian capital for face-to-face talks with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Kishida, who just wrapped a two-day state visit to India’s leader
Institution to Rebuild Notre-Dame de Paris (PARIS) — A team in northeastern France is busy rebuilding Notre Dame’s famous spire, with construction ramping up ahead of next year’s reopening. With the cathedral’s grand reopening to the public
Alexandros Maragos/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Greenhouse gas emissions are continuing to increase, exacerbating the challenge world leaders face in preventing the impacts of climate change from worsening, the United Nations warns in its latest climate report.
FotografiaBasica/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — An American missionary who was kidnapped in Niger has been released, U.S. officials said Monday. Jeffery Woodke, a Christian humanitarian aid worker, was released after more than six years in captivity, the
Soltan Frédéric/Getty Images (MOSCOW) — As Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived on Monday afternoon in Moscow, he was greeted at Vnukovo airport by a Russian military band, but not Russian President Vladimir Putin. “I am very glad,
Stephen Pond/Getty Images (LONDON) — The Prince and Princess of Wales celebrated Mother’s Day on Sunday by sharing new photos of Princess Catherine alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Kensington Palace shared the photos in