The people who stripped naked at the former German Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau last week before slaughtering a lamb were trying to take a stand against war, a statement said Wednesday.
Rio de Janeiro hosted its first air show Wednesday in hopes of showcasing the aerospace industry’s ability to fly out of the economic storm lashing Brazil.
The US has arrested a senior official at a state-owned Turkish bank on charges of helping Iran violate US sanctions, a move that could fuel tension ahead of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit on Thursday.
The ExoMars mobile rover, tasked with recovering evidence of life on the Red Planet, will touch down in 2021 at one of two sites, scientists announced Wednesday.
India’s lower house of parliament on Wednesday passed four supporting bills that will pave the way for a landmark tax reform and transform the world’s fastest growing economy into a common market.
Turkey on Wednesday voiced anger after it emerged that the US consulate in Istanbul had contacted a chief suspect in last year’s failed coup, who is currently on the run.
The United States has made no decision yet on whether it will continue to participate in the Paris accord on reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, the Trump administration said Wednesday.
A US central banker said on Wednesday he favors four increases in the key interest rate this year, one more than projected by the majority of Federal Reserve policymakers.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Wednesday his government is working on “a new relationship” with the US and thanked Latin Americans for support as Mexico faces “big challenges” with its northern neighbor.
The United States warned Wednesday that it would use its presidency of the UN Security Council to review the performance of peacekeeping missions worldwide.
Samsung on Wednesday unveiled its new Galaxy S8 smartphones, incorporating the virtual assistant Bixby, as the market leader seeks to rebound from a chaotic handset recall and a corruption scandal.