As food shortages rack Venezuela, a socialist commune supporting President Nicolas Maduro has turned a Caracas home into a cattle ranch. But neighbors worry about health risks of raising cows in the city.
US prosecutors are preparing to pursue a criminal case against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, escalating a long battle targeting his anti-secrecy group.
The sanctions limit access to the US financial system and freeze the individuals' assets. However, they do not target the Riyadh government, an important US economic and security ally.
Joselino Gomez Esteban and his nephew, Misael Paiz, from Guatemala left their small village in search of work and a better life. When they reached the scorching hot Sonoran Desert in Arizona, Paiz fell ill and his uncle called 911 for help. But Paiz died before Tucson Border Patrol agents could find them.
Dhaka police say they were attacked without reason. BNP leaders denounced the police actions as an "injustice" — part of a government plot to exclude BNP from upcoming elections.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to convince senior ministers on Wednesday to accept a draft European Union Brexit deal that opponents say threatens both her government and the unity of the United Kingdom.
As the leader of Mexico's Sinaloa cartel, Guzmán, 61, directed massive shipments of heroin, cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine bound for the United States. He faces 17 criminal counts and a potential life sentence if convicted.
Israel launched more air strikes on Gaza on Tuesday as Palestinians kept up rocket fire on Israeli territory, in the worst surge of violence since a 2014 war.
At Baghdad's grand but half-empty railway station, a single train is sputtering to life. It is the newly revived daily service to Fallujah, a dusty town to the west once infamous as a Sunni insurgent stronghold.
Reports state that maintenance and minor infrastructure improvements have been observed at some of the sites, despite the ongoing negotiations.