Former Tunisian tennis player Selima Sfar accused her former coach Regis de Camaret of repeatedly raping her from the age of 12.
A gunman in Jacksonville, Florida, was dead following a standoff with police Saturday afternoon after killing “a number” of people.
Indian authorities vowed Saturday to take action after a primary school teacher ordered her pupils to take turns slapping a Muslim classmate.
For the first time in four years, the Canadian environment minister was traveling to Beijing for talks on climate change and biodiversity.
Pope Francis denounced the “disinformation” and fake news spread in an effort to influence public opinion as journalism’s principal offence.
An Iranian court has ordered the US government to pay $330 million in damages for “planning a coup” against the newly established Islamic republic in 1980.
Brazil’s Congress passed new fiscal rules Tuesday ending the government’s spending cap, in the President’s bid to free up money for social and infrastructure spending.
Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that homophobic slurs are now punishable by prison, with the rampant violence against the LGBTQ+ community.
Eight Republican candidates go head-to-head in the first debate for 2024 presidential elections, without the participation on the dominant front-runner, Donald Trump.
Hundreds of US enterainment workers rallied in New York in a National Day of Solidarity, continue their strike to shut down Hollywood.
On Monday, the CAR’s top court gave final approval to the results of the July 30 referendum, in which 95 percent of voters favored the changes.
If Donald Trump has his mug shot taken when he is arrested again this week, it will instantly become one of the most famous pictures on the planet.
A UN study shows Artificial Intelligence is more likely to augment jobs than destroying them, with technology rapidly growing and increase in jobs.
Greece will help train Ukrainian F-16 warplane pilots and assist the reconstruction of Odesa, Ukrainian President and Greek Prime Minister said.
As a tribute to her fondest memories in France, Britain’s King Charles gave the go-ahead to rename Le Touquet airport after his late mother Queen Elizabeth ll.
Psychiatric experts in Norway are at odds over the mental health of a shooter who killed two people on the sidelines of Oslo’s 2022 Pride festival
South African led coalition led by the DA urged other parties to join them in a bid to secure enough votes to overthrough the ruling party.
Crammed into cars, on motorcycles or on foot, thousands of residents on Tuesday fled a gang-ridden district of the Haitian capital.