World News Archive

Swiss police say 5th hiker dies after snowstorm in Alps

Police say a fifth person died overnight from injuries sustained when an unexpected snowstorm

San Francisco sports anchor reportedly sent home after allegedly stealing jacket at Warriors practice

A sports anchor reportedly has been dismissed from the NBA playoffs following allegations that

Merkel, Macron face migrant crisis as Europe’s nationalist-populist movement chalks up wins

Motivated by the 2015 mass migration crisis and skepticism of the European Union, the

Syrian Kurds resume fight against Islamic State

The Latest on the Syria conflict (all times local): 3:45 p.m. U.S-backed Kurdish forces

Sandstorm hit parts of Egypt, shutting down highways

Egypt’s weather agency says a sandstorm has hit parts of the country, closing several

The Latest: UN found no traces of Iran nuclear arms program

The Latest on the escalation with Iran after Israel’s prime minister revealed purported evidence

Thousands attend memorial for slain Afghan AFP photographer

 Thousands of mourners have attended a memorial ceremony for AFP’s chief photographer in Afghanistan

Australian cardinal to face trial on sexual abuse charges

Australian Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Vatican official to be charged in the

Building in Sao Paulo collapses during fire, victims unknown

  A burning building in downtown Sao Paulo has collapsed as firefighters worked to put

CEO caught on TV singing ‘We’re in the Money’ after takeover

The CEO of British supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has apologized after being caught on camera