A police officer in Argentina has been publicly praised and promoted after pictures of her breastfeeding a malnourished baby, that hospital staff called “smelly and dirty,” went viral, the fire department said.
The board of the private company that controls the bridge that collapsed in Genoa has approved an initial 500 million euros ($576 million) in funding to help victims and finance a new steel bridge that it says can be ready in about eight months.
Rockets struck the heart of Afghanistan's capital as President Ashraf Ghani delivered a speech marking a Muslim holiday, in the latest in a series of brazen attacks that highlighted Afghanistan's deteriorating security.
A 95-year-old ex-Nazi concentration camp guard who lived quietly in New York City for decades was carried out of his home by federal agents and flown to Germany in what could prove to be the last U.S. deportation of a World War II-era war-crimes suspect.
Venezuelans confused over the new banknotes popping out of their ATMs are using calculators and conversion charts to figure out the value of each bill as a new currency with five fewer zeros starts circulating.
Germany's Foreign Minister says that the country has a "moral obligation" to seek justice for victims of the Holocaust, after 95-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard, Jakiw Palij was deported to Germany.
The Italian coast guard ship Diciotto has made port in the Sicilian city of Catania with 177 migrants awaiting word on which countries will take them following another standoff between Malta and Italy.
British and European Union negotiators say they are cautiously optimistic about reaching a deal to prevent a disorderly U.K. exit from the bloc, saying talks would be intensified and take place "continuously" over the next few crucial months.
Small clothes manufacturers are using technology and skill to bring down costs and targeting well-heeled customers who are willing to pay a little more for clothes that aren't churned out by the thousands half a world away.
The reunions taking place this week between Korean families separated by the 1950-53 war produce heart-wrenching images of elderly relatives likely seeing each other for the last time before they die, but they're also highly political events.