If the Islamic State’s role is confirmed, the attack would be a major escalation of the group’s activities in Afghanistan.
Iranian leaders have insisted in recent days that the sanctions be lifted as soon as a written accord is signed, a position that the country’s foreign minister reinforced on Friday.
Not since the wave of people fleeing war in Vietnam have the world’s industrialized countries been under such intense pressure to share the burden of taking in refugees, experts say.
Strangers seeking banquet fare arrive in droves as many seem to know this saying: “With a wedding every night, there is no need to go hungry.”
The European Union’s commissioner for competition has a reputation for being tough, but she says it’s her responsibility to make sure that competition is fair and open.
New self-monitoring devices are more about behavior change than data-gathering.
A lawsuit filed in March by Pilar Abel, a tarot card reader, claims that her mother had a “clandestine love affair” with the painter in the 1950s.
Resolving a monthslong dispute, Israel will release $470 million in taxes collected on behalf of the Palestinians, after deductions for Palestinian debts.
The young man was killed on Saturday when police and security forces fired on stone-throwing protesters in the western part of the Kashmir Valley, the police said.
Two of the men, both 18, had been preparing to attack police officers in Melbourne during a national holiday, the authorities said Saturday.
Mrs. Nicholson was just 25 when she won a sports bet that paid more than £150,000, the equivalent today of about $4.5 million, and her life inspired a musical and a BBC television film.
The product of a rare period of peace and tolerance in Afghanistan’s history, Rahnaward Zaryab’s work flourished in the ’70s, before invasion and civil war.
After an auction of artifacts from Japanese-American internment camps was called off, the seller stepped forward to explain his reasoning.
The Scottish National Party is expected to gain power in the national election on May 7.
The Right Bank may be more international and trendy, but sometimes you want to pretend you’re inside a black-and-white Robert Doisneau photo.
The musician and author’s new literary work is a mash-up of prose, poetry, song lyrics and autobiography that he is selling directly online.
During the heights of a Tibetan mastiff craze, the dogs fetched as much as $200,000 each. Now, some are being sold to a slaughterhouse for $5 a head.
Suzuki has 2,848 hits in the majors and probably needs another season to reach 3,000, but he is exceptionally fit, and motivated.
The Ottawa Senators, the Montreal Canadiens, the Calgary Flames, the Vancouver Canucks and the Winnipeg Jets give Canada the most teams it has had in the playoffs since 2004.
Exploring Innisfree, the tiny bristling island in the middle of a lake that William Bulter Yeats immortalized in verse.