A woman in the United Arab Emirates has been arrested in connection with Monday's fatal stabbing of an American woman at an Abu Dhabi mall, UAE Interior Minister Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan said Thursday.
New Yorkers sat down in Times Square late Wednesday, filling its streets and sidewalks, and in the ambient light of its high-rising video walls and colorful advertisements, they immortalized some of Eric Garner's last words.
One day after executing dozens of non-Muslims at a quarry in Kenya, the Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab waged an attack in its home base of Somalia -- killing at least four people, according to police, in an attack on a United Nations convoy.
American couple Matthew and Grace Huang fought the Qatar legal system for nearly two years over allegations that they starved their adopted daughter to death. Now cleared, they have begun their journey home.
New elections will probably be held on March 17, the speaker of Israel's parliament said Wednesday, a day after the Prime Minister sacked two senior members of his coalition Cabinet for criticizing government policy.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told a French magazine that he has not seen any sign that U.S.-led airstrikes in his country have weakened ISIS, despite that campaign's efforts to defeat the Islamist extremist group.