White supremacist and other racially motivated terror organizations are copying strategies from armed Islamist groups, the State Department says.
Officials have yet to identify all of the 39 people found in the back of a refrigerated truck in Britain last week. The case has shown a spotlight on the dangerous journey that many take to get to the west.
President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that fugitive ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died in a raid by US special forces in northwest Syria, in a major blow to the jihadist group.
Forced fiscal loosening in a world already swamped with debt and heading into another downturn may unnerve creditors and bond holders, especially those holding government debt as an insurance against recession and a haven from volatility.
Japan's youngest prince, Hisahito, 13, is the lone royal male in his generation. Japan only allows males to ascend the ancient Chrysanthemum Throne and changes to the succession law are anathema to conservatives.
Chileans confronted hours-long lines at grocery stores and gas stations in Santiago after a weekend of chaos in which at least 11 people were killed amid violent clashes, arson attacks and looting through the country.
The Mexican city of Culiacán came to a standstill when cartel gunmen unleashed an "all-out war" during a clash with security forces.
Turkey agreed to a five-day ceasefire after talks with US Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
"We're not going to stop thinking what we think, ideals can't be derailed by [jail] sentences," said Oriol Jungqueras, Catalan separatist who was given the longest sentence of 13 years for his role in a failed bid for secession. Jungqueras said a new referendum was "inevitable."
The deal with Eritrea won Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed international plaudits. He is the bookmakers' second favorite to win a Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, after climate activist Greta Thunberg.