A nurse at the trauma center in northern Afghanistan remembers “patients, wounded, crying out, everywhere,” as the bombs fell, killing several of his colleagues.
Doctors Without Borders says 37 people were seriously wounded in a preventable bombing at a hospital in Kunduz that was full of staff and patients.
Three Americans, including two US service members, came to the rescue after a man armed with an AK-47 attempted to attack a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris.
The violence and demonstrations mark the most tumultuous period in months in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.
Mullah Muhammad Akhtar Mansoor dismisses reports of a peace process as "propaganda" and calls for unity among the Taliban, even as some of the group’s highest-ranking members dispute his ascension.
Some locals in Nice are upset that King Salman has fenced off a beach for the exclusive use of his 1,000-member entourage.
With investigations into Bland’s death in a Texas jail cell still ongoing, friends and family gathered at a church in Illinois to pay their last respects.
Los Angeles police officers killed a man who was reportedly brandishing a handgun and firing shots into the air and ground along a busy street.
Turkish forces bombed camps belonging to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), a group that has been particularly effective at driving back the Islamic State.
The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and the Black Educators for Justice squared off in Columbia, South Carolina on Saturday.
Said to be up to 15 times more powerful than heroin, acetyl fentanyl was named a Schedule 1 drug by the Drug Enforcement Administration Friday.
A statement from Saudi Arabia's Ministry of the Interior said the arrests made during the past few weeks foiled a number of planned attacks.
As of Saturday morning, the wildfire raging 55 miles northeast of Los Angeles was only 5 percent contained.
A bombing at a crowded market in N'Djamena was the third attack on Chad’s capital in less than a month as the country steps up its fight against Boko Haram.
A car bomb destroyed several floors of the historic building that is home to the Italian Consulate in Cairo, leaving one person dead and eight injured.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was forced to flee a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre after people hurled stones, bottles, and insults at him.
Hafiz Saeed, the leader of the so-called Islamic State’s “Khurasan province,” was the highest ranking of three leaders killed this week in Afghanistan.
President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency nine days after 38 tourists were shot dead at a popular beach resort in the country.
A private prison in Kingman, Arizona, remains on lockdown after two days of rioting that left separate housing units damaged and several guards injured.
Police in Athens clashed with thousands of anti-austerity protesters that gathered to support for the government’s call to vote no in Sunday’s referendum.