Flight data showing trouble in the cockpit and smoke in a plane lavatory show the chaotic final moments of EgyptAir Flight 804.
The United States and other world powers said they would give Libya’s legitimate government weapons to fight the Islamic State.
One of the three Spanish freelance journalists released after nearly 10 months of captivity in Syria said he feels like he is “walking on air”.
Visa-free travel to Europe may be finally within Turkey’s grasp and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has put the big squeeze on the European Union to do it.
Anti-government protesters tore down walls and poured into the Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone on April 30, where they stormed Parliament.
As many as 500 people are feared dead after an Italian-bound ship sank last week in the Mediterranean Sea, international groups said.
Migrants waged running battles with FYROM police April 10 after they were stopped from scaling the border fence with Greece near the border town of Idomeni, and aid agencies reported that hundreds of stranded travelers were injured.
A Cyprus Foreign Ministry official said the hijacker of the EgyptAir plane that was diverted to Cyprus has been arrested and that the situation is “over” after confusion over the man’s name.
The death toll from a massive suicide bombing targeting Christians gathered on Easter in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore rose to 70.
Even in an era of high-tech crime-fighting, the best line of defense against a Brussels-style attack on airports and subways has four legs and a tail.