Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos was injured after opening a letter bomb in his car.
Author - Fergus Kelly
Manchester police stop intelligence sharing with US law enforcement agencies after leaks
The terror threat level in the UK was raised following a bombing at the Manchester Arena on May 22 that killed 22 people and injured 59 others.
Police confirm a suspected suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena in the UK killed 22 people and injured 59 others. It is being investigated as terrorism.
The Court of Justice of the European Union said a free trade agreement between the EU and Singapore must be ratified by individual EU member states
Stuart Jones, Acting Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, will brief on Syria at approximately 11:30 am EDT.
In Yemen, 115 people died of cholera since April 27. ICRC operations director Dominik Stillhart warned "the humanitarian situation in Yemen is catastrophic"
Two new suspected cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo bring the total number of suspected infections to 21, the WHO said
Syrian journalist Mohammed Hassan posted images of two US Humvee military vehicles he said were taken in northern Syria on May 11.
After the US said it will arm Kurdish fighters in Syria, imagery of deliveries for the YPG and YPJ have surfaced. None that we have found are real
We asked CJTF-OIR about a letter purportedly giving a Free Syrian Army brigade authority to take control of of a large area around Tall Rifaat from the SDF
Col. John Dorrian, spokesperson for CJTF-OIR, briefs reporters on coalition actions in Syria and Iraq
US President Donald Trump approved a Pentagon plan to arm the Kurdish groups within the Syrian Democratic Forces fighting Islamic State in Syria.
A German army lieutenant was arrested in Kehl, the third man to be detained in an investigation into a far-right terror plot
At least 14 people were killed including 11 minors and 30 others injured after an explosion at a fireworks warehouse in Chilchotla, Mexico
At least four people were killed after an al-Shabaab car bomb exploded near a café in Somalia's capital Mogadishu
82 girls from Chibok in Nigeria who were kidnapped in 2014 by Boko Haram were freed, a spokesperson for Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said
Police said two people were killed and at least four injured after two explosions in the Quiapo area of the Philippines capital, Manila
One US special operations service member was killed in a operation against Al Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab in Somalia, the US military's Africa Command said
Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka formally withdrew his resignation on Friday, May 5 and instead called for the country's finance minister to resign.