A prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin who was detained in Sofia following an extradition request from Moscow was released on Friday by a Bulgarian court on condition he does not leave the country.
Israel entered its latest conflict with Hamas armed with a high-tech arsenal, real-time battlefield intelligence and strong domestic support for dealing a heavy blow to Hamas.
Palestinian militants sprang from the ground and confronted Israeli soldiers Friday morning, as they have repeatedly in recent days.
A court in Ecuador convicted six police officers Friday of attempting to assassinate President Rafael Correa during a 2010 rebellion that left 10 people dead and 274 wounded.
Journalists in a northwestern Mexican state plagued by drug violence denounced on Friday a new law that will impose strict limits on how they can cover crime.
President Barack Obama said on Friday that he would seek to redeploy existing resources to tackle the child migrant crisis on the US border after Congress failed to approve additional funds to deal with the problem.
NATO must overhaul itself to be able to better defend its members from a potential Russian military threat, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Saturday.
An environmental panel says fewer than 100 of Mexico's vaquita marina porpoises are left and they are in imminent danger of extinction.
Families in the United States expect to be reunited as early as this weekend with some of the more than 300 Peace Corps volunteers evacuated from three West African nations affected by the worst recorded Ebola outbreak in history.
Robert Kennedy Jr. and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" actress Cheryl Hines are planning to tie the knot in a wedding at the Kennedy compound in Massachusetts.
A white police office's chokehold on a black New York City man last month caused his death, the medical examiner announced on Friday, ruling it a homicide.
President Xi Jinping is likely to promote a corruption whistleblower to China's top military decision-making body to underscore his determination to tackle graft inside the country's rapidly modernising armed forces, two sources said.
A bitter row erupted Friday between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his main rival in the presidential election after the premier accused his opponent of not recognising the Turkish national anthem.
Uruguay's plan to create the world's first national, government-regulated marketplace for legal pot may be going up in smoke.
One of the most prolific killers in Los Angeles history was given additional death sentences on Friday for four killings linked to him through DNA testing while he was on death row.