The owners of a bakery in Northern Ireland who refused to bake a cake supporting same-sex marriage say they will appeal their conviction for discrimination.
The three London school girls who fled to Syria via Turkey earlier this year have made contact with their families.
Pentagon leaders say they're revising the U.S. strategy for battling the Islamic State caliphate in Iraq.
The Iraqi government has launched a major military offensive to retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS. But will its efforts and the Obama administration's tactics be enough to defeat the Islamic State?
People in India are doing whatever they can to stay cool as temperatures soar during a deadly heat wave.
One month after the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal, homes are still in ruins and lives shattered.
Each year dozens of women from poor families in eastern Europe are lured to the West for sham marriages. The women marry to allow their so-called husbands to gain entry and work in the European Union.
The United Nations says the terror group Boko Haram is increasingly using children as suicide bombers.
A deadly heatwave is sweeping across India. The scorching temperatures are responsible for the deaths of more than 500 people.
Two pastors from South Sudan could be facing death sentences for sharing their Christian faith in neighboring Sudan.
French officials are calling for the expulsion of hundreds of migrants who have set up makeshift camps in central Paris.
At least 17 Iraqi military troops are dead following multiple suicide attacks.