The women stood protectively around the tiny bundle perched on a plastic chair outside one of Turkey’s largest refugee camps as the sky darkened and the temperature dropped below freezing before winter’s first heavy dump of snow.
Will China really follow through on its threat to expel two dozen foreign journalists from the New York Times and Bloomberg?
After four years on the run from police, Indian fugitive hit-run driver Puneet Puneet's forcible return to Australia was delayed another day, when he was brought to court 24 hours too early in New Delhi on Thursday.
Surprising discovery may change scientists’ understanding of how many long-extinct species actually looked.
Legal marijuana sales in Colorado are set to start on January 1. But when stores will actually open is anyone's guess.
Red-shirted supporters of Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra have warned they are ready to take to the streets to protect her government from an elite-backed protest movement that claims to have seized power.
Australia has again become a focus of the increasingly bitter debate over gun control in the United States.
These are the moments that got people talking at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
The international deaf community is up in arms as claims emerged the signed-language interpreter on stage at Nelson Mandela's memorial service was a fake.
The NSA is secretly using cookies and location data to pinpoint targets for government hacking and to bolster surveillance.
POLICE found a hydroponic drug set-up and some Australian reptiles after a fire was extinguished in a St Marys home ...
POLICE charged a man with possessing a replica firearm after arresting him at Penrith railway station on Wednesday.