As patience with the long war fades, diplomats have expanded authority to begin talks with the Taliban, which could grow into broader negotiations.
Whether grand strategy or mere moment-to-moment impulse, President Trump’s brash treatment of European allies may do long-term damage.
Footage on the website of Greenpeace U.K. showed a paraglider with a banner that read, “Trump Well Below Par” as President Trump arrived.
The English university town, population 130,000, is also home to about 120 cattle. The urban herds have become another emblem of the city’s distinction.
The Hudson’s Bay Company, Canada’s largest non-discount department store, ended online sales of the brand and will not order more for stores.
Paramilitary forces backed by Nicaragua’s government fired on a Managua church where student protesters had sought refuge.
Russian state television has been broadcasting interviews of English fans raving about experiences at the World Cup. Filming is often done at bars during matches.
The home of Bobby Storey, another party activist, was also targeted by what are thought to be dissident republican groups opposed to the peace process.
In its stunning run to the soccer tournament final, the Croatian team has lifted a nation long troubled by economic stagnation and political deadlock.
The country is preparing for elections, but political turmoil and a spate of terrorist attacks on candidates threaten to undermine the credibility of the vote.
Historical pictures underscore how summit meetings like the one between Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin in Helsinki have proved to be momentous occasions.
The defection sheds light on the usually quiet disputes among the royal families of the seven monarchies that make up the United Arab Emirates.
A local photographer’s drone captured signs, exposed by drought conditions in the soil, of a 5,000-year-old monument in a field north of Dublin.
As supporters of the former prime minister clashed with security forces in Punjab Province, militant attacks elsewhere in Pakistan killed more than 130 people.
Mr. Trump’s visit was part of a whiplash-like experience for television viewers. For the 92-year-old monarch, it was another day at work.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
The United Nations on Friday completed an agreement on a framework to guide countries in dealing with the global flow of migrants.
The action by the Security Council is its most forceful move to curb the violence that has upended the world’s youngest nation since 2013.
Dozens have moved inland from a remote village in Greenland, fearing that a huge iceberg could collapse and send a flood wave over the settlement.
Tanztheater Wuppertal will part ways with Adolphe Binder, who commissioned the first full-length pieces created for the troupe since Bausch’s death.
Soldiers kicked and abused bloodied bodyguards of a northern militia commander, whose arrest has set off widespread protests across several provinces.
President Trump badgers and breaks protocol, but Europe faces a dilemma: It can’t get along with him and can’t get along without the United States.
After winning Spain’s national beauty contest, Angela Ponce will become the first transgender woman to compete in the Miss Universe pageant.
The visit for tea by President Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, also included a review of the queen’s honor guard.
President Trump again denounced Mr. Khan’s record on crime and terrorism. It seemed more of a personal attack than a policy point.
The discovery of a mysterious coffin on a construction site in Egypt has prompted ever-wilder theories about what secrets might lie inside.
The blimp is part of anti-Trump protests that have been organized across Britain for President Trump’s visit.
A pin in its diaper and a smartphone in its hand, the 19-foot inflatable balloon was released above Parliament Square in London.
President Trump, fresh from a confrontational NATO trip, visited Britain, where he criticized Prime Minister Theresa May in a published interview.
After a provocative Beijing art project cast a spotlight on a Chinese village’s pollution problem, the local authorities were forced to take action.
Investigators are examining what caused the blasts at a chemical plant in southwest China, the latest in a grim record of industrial accidents.
It took plastic cocoons and anti-anxiety pills, bravery and providence to save the soccer team. “So many things could have gone wrong,” said one official.