A former high-ranking official with FIFA has pleaded not guilty to corruption charges in U.S. federal court in a case targeting world soccer’s governing body that has roiled the sport.
The White House has condemned a devastating July 17 car bombing in the busy market of an Iraqi town that has killed at least 120 people, one of the deadliest attacks carried out by Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Georgia’s capital on July 18 to protest what they call Russia’s "occupation" of the breakaway Georgian regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The Czech Republic says five of its citizens have gone missing in Lebanon, where authorities fear they may have been kidnapped.
The U.S. Navy says a sailor who was shot in an attack on U.S. military-related facilities in Tennessee has died, raising the death toll to five people.
Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine say they are prepared to pull back smaller-caliber weapons from much of the line of contact with Kyiv’s forces.
Saudi authorities say they have arrested 431 people suspected of involvement with the Islamic State (IS) militant group and prevented attacks on mosques, security forces, and a diplomatic mission.
The Greek government has ordered the country’s banks to reopen on July 20 following a three-week closure aimed at preventing cash from draining out of the country.
President Vladimir Putin has ordered the creation of a new reserve force as part of steps to improve Russia's military readiness and training.
Three civilians and one Ukrainian soldier have been reported killed over the past day in fighting in the country’s east.
U.S. President Barack Obama has rebuffed critics of a nuclear agreement reached earlier this week by Iran and world powers.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been transferred to a high-security prison in Colorado.