Rwanda's military says it has killed three Congolese soldiers while repulsing an alleged attack by Congo's forces.
A man convicted in the killing of yachtsman Sir Peter Blake has been caught in Brazil after being on the run for more than 15 years.
Authorities say three skiers have died after being swept away by an avalanche in the French Pyrenees.
International aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres says it has taken action on 24 cases of sexual harassment or abuse among employees last year and dismissed 19 people in the process.
France's National Union of Journalists has called on President Emmanuel Macron to reconsider a controversial decision to move the press room from inside the presidential palace to a nearby site.
French customs authorities say they have seized a giant stash of weapons found hidden in a sports store in the northern French region of Picardy.
A French court is expected to hand down a verdict for a man accused of harboring killers who carried out the 2015 Paris attacks, in the first trial related to the country's deadliest extremist violence since World War II.
An Egyptian rights lawyer says the country's prosecutors have ordered the detention for 15 days of a prominent activist pending investigations into charges that include joining a terrorist group and disseminating fake news.
Yemen's state-run TV says President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi has appointed a former finance minister as the head of the country's Central Bank, based in the southern city of Aden.
A colorful crowd has celebrated the French government's decision to abandon plans to build a new airport in the west of the country.
Hundreds of travelers are stranded in the Dominican Republic's international airport after authorities suspended the country's main airline for not paying debts.
The video shows students at the so-called "female morality school" in northeastern China getting up at 4:30 a.m. to scrub floors and being taught not to resist if their husbands beat them.
Authorities in Colombia say bandits stole a small airplane and made off with the equivalent of $610,000 dollars it was carrying.
An Egyptian court has referred the case of 10 alleged Muslim Brotherhood members held on terrorism charges to the country's top religious authority, the Grand Mufti, for a non-binding opinion on whether they can be executed.
Stanford University is canceling plans to put a plaque on the campus site where a woman was sexually assaulted by a former school swimmer after the two sides failed to agree on a quote for the marker.
German and French lawmakers approved a joint resolution Monday stressing the need for closer cooperation as the two nations mark the 55th anniversary of the signing of the Elysee friendship treaty.
Sri Lanka's president has re-imposed a ban on women buying alcohol and being employed in places where the drinks are produced and sold.
Air France has dismissed the conclusions of a new report into the 2009 Rio-to-Paris Air France plane crash that blames the pilots for failing to apply correct procedures and losing control of the aircraft over the Atlantic Ocean.
French President Emmanuel Macron has paid respects to the 17 people killed when Islamic extremists attacked satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket three years ago, in the first of several attacks to rock France.
Thousands of Kurds have marched in Paris to demand "truth and justice" five years after the slayings of three Kurdish activists in the French capital.
The European Union says it wants to be a reliable partner for Cuba in the face of the reversal in U.S.-Cuban relations under President Donald Trump.
UNESCO chief Audrey Azoulay says she has received Israel's official letter announcing its exit from the U.N. cultural body.
A French children's magazine has been withdrawn from newsstands after it admitted a "mistake" in writing that Israel wasn't a "real country."
French authorities say about 200 skiers were stranded in chair lifts when a gondola broke down at a resort in the French Alps.
Sugar output in Guyana is expected to fall by nearly a quarter from last year, as the Caribbean trade bloc's largest sugar-producing nation struggles with a decline in demand from the European Union.
A French prosecutor says a man suspected of murdering a 9-year-old girl who went missing from a wedding celebration last summer is now also suspected of murdering a soldier months before in the same eastern region.
The driver of a school bus that collided with a regional train in southern France last week has been put in custody for questioning by officers investigating the dramatic accident that left six people dead, including five children.
French authorities say the death toll from an accident between a train and a school bus last week has increased following the death of a sixth person.
A military court in eastern Congo has sentenced a dozen militia members, including a lawmaker, to life in prison for the rapes of more than 46 children as young as 11 months old.
A major flare-up on the western edge of Southern California's largest and most destructive wildfire has sent residents fleeing as flames churned through canyons and down hillsides toward coastal towns.
The wildfires raging in Southern California are being fanned by Santa Ana winds, the notoriously gusty and witheringly dry blasts that are linked to some of the worst infernos in the region's history.
The killing of Yemen's ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh by the country's Shiite rebels as their alliance crumbled has thrown the nearly three-year civil war into unpredictable new chaos.
The Latest on the war in Syria (all times local): 3:15 p.m.
The Latest on the civil war in Syria (all times local): 4:45 p.m. Syria and its allies have clashed with other nations at the annual conference of member states of the global chemical weapons watchdog, underscoring how politicized the body has become since Damascus joined.
The mosque attack in Egypt's Sinai by some two-dozen heavily armed Islamic militants on Friday which killed over 300 people was built by a prominent Sufi figure.
The Paris prosecutor's office says three people who were put into custody in an investigation into the January 2015 attacks on Charlie Hebdo magazine and a kosher store in Paris have been freed.
A U.S. official with knowledge of the investigation into the death of a border patrol agent in South Texas says the surviving agent who radioed for help doesn't remember what happened.
Colorado regulators have issued an $8.9 million fine against Uber's parent company for allowing employees with serious criminal or motor vehicle offenses to work for the company.
South Sudan says former military chief of staff Paul Malong has been released from house arrest on humanitarian grounds and flown to Kenya for medical treatment.
A rights lawyer says an Egyptian court has ordered a prominent activist to remain in custody pending trial on charges of participating in an illegal protest against the government's transfer of two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.