A Guatemalan court on Friday convicted three Mexican men and six Guatemalans of murder and kidnapping for the 2011 massacre of 27 farm workers.
The PlayStation 4′s much awaited arrival in Sony Corp.’s home market is the first time Japan did not get a major Sony game machine ahead of other markets.
Librarians have counted at least 265 damaged books at 31 municipal libraries since the end of January.
In a fast-moving day that aimed to reshape Ukraine’s political destiny, protest leaders and the beleaguered president agreed Friday to form a new government and hold an early election.
Mexico is on track to overtake Japan and Canada and become the United States’ No. 1 source of imported cars by the end of next year.
Muscles bulging out of their tight tops, Canada’s curlers threw down their brooms and unleashed giant roars after the game-winning rock settled in the house.
At least 101 people have died this week in the clashes in Kiev, according to protesters and Ukrainian authorities, a sharp reversal in three months of mostly peaceful protests.
The high-level investigation centering on Liu Han, the former multimillionaire chairman of energy conglomerate Sichuan Hanlong Group with stakes in Australian and U.S. miners, and his brother Liu Wei and 34 associates has exposed ties between organized crime and Chinese officialdom.
European Union foreign ministers are holding an emergency meeting in Brussels to consider imposing sanctions on top Ukrainian officials.
The Iranian Embassy in London has reopened its doors more than two years after it shut over diplomatic tensions.
Clashes between police and protesters have left at least 25 people dead and hundreds injured in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev.
The Clinton Foundation has awarded a $250,000 grant to a Haitian recycling plant that seeks to clean up the country’s dirty capital city.
The violence was the deadliest in nearly three months of anti-government protests that have paralyzed Ukraine’s capital in a struggle over the nation’s identity, and the worst in the country’s post-Soviet history.
Hungarian Jewish leaders say they have found 103 Torah scrolls taken from Hungary during the Holocaust in a Russian library.
Security forces closed off access to a plaza where anti-government demonstrators were set to rally behind fugitive opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez in a tense standoff with pro-government forces who have organized their own march.
Bill Clinton arrived in Haiti Monday to shine a spotlight on some of the projects that his private foundation has supported to help the country recover from a devastating earthquake in 2010.
A resort auditorium’s roof loaded down with snow and rain collapsed during a welcoming ceremony for South Korean university freshmen, killing 10 and injuring more than 100.
An official says a powerful gas explosion at a small art gallery in central Istanbul has injured at least four people.
It took months of arduous bargaining before Iran and six world powers could agree on a first-step nuclear deal.
Thick fog lingered over the mountains at the Sochi Olympics on Monday, forcing the postponement of a biathlon race and snowboard event until Tuesday.