At least 35 people were killed when a motorway bridge collapsed in torrential rains on Tuesday morning over buildings in the northern Italian port city of Genoa, Italy.
British police said they believe a man deliberately drove a car into pedestrians and cyclists on Tuesday before ramming it into barriers outside London's parliament in what appeared to be the second terrorism attack on the building in just under 18 months.
Government procurement documents of surveillance technologies collected by Reuters offer a rare glimpse into the numbers behind China's push to arm security forces with high-tech monitoring tools as the government clamps down on dissent.
Here are the basics of how the new version would transform Cuba, how open the process really is, and what it means for investors.
Turkey's lira pulled back from a record low of 7.24 to the dollar on Monday after the central bank pledged to provide liquidity and cut reserve requirements for Turkish banks, but its meltdown continued to rattle global markets.
Nearby counterdemonstrations are expected to outnumber those attending the far right white nationalist rally.
After working for years to attract the Chinese market, Alaska's seafood industry now faces a 25 percent tariff, a response to the Trump administration's levies on Chinese goods.
The Turkish lira crashed to a record low after the Trump administration doubled tariffs on Turkish metal imports.
Yemen is home to some of the world's finest honey, but beekeepers are struggling to move their farms safely and export their product.
Gay McDougall, a member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, cited estimates that 2 million Uighurs and Muslim minorities were forced into "political camps for indoctrination" in the western Xinjiang autonomous region.