A string of women have been killed in Mexico’s top holiday destination, but the authorities are trying their best to downplay the murders.
The one concrete measure that is likely to have an effect is the announcement that tour agencies are now banned from selling holidays to Turkey.
Chinese company BoyaLife plans on supplementing China's growing demand for beef by producing 100 000 cow embryos a year.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has said the shooting down of its jet would have “significant consequences, including for Russia-Turkish relations”.
Twelve years after George W Bush proclaimed a new era of peace and stability in Iraq, the Middle East is more unstable and dangerous than ever before.
South Beirut has endured a series of suicide bombings over the past two years in response to Hezbollah’s forceful intervention in Syria.
The Paris attackers were known fanatics who evaded police surveillance.
Last year 32 658 people were victims of terrorism but crime is 13 times higher.
Many complain of Western bias, but others say citizens in countries like Nigeria should take responsibility for drawing the world’s attention.
European leaders, backed by President Barack Obama, have come to an uncomfortable conclusion: they need Russia.
Police carried out 118 searches overnight as part of increased efforts to combat terrorism and locate the alleged mastermind of the Paris attacks.
Forensic police have yet to verify if suspected commander of the Paris attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was among those killed and arrested in the raid.
Live: Suspects of the Paris attacks barricaded themselves in their apartment after police conducted a raid in the early hours of the morning.
Considered by many to be the greatest of all time, Jonah Lomu died unexpectedly on Wednesday after a long battle with kidney disease.
#OpIsis, born in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo murders, has stepped up following the Paris attacks, vowing to take down Isis online.
Defence minister invokes mutual assistance article in Lisbon treaty for first time as warplanes bomb Islamic State targets in Syria.
The tools that protect people's privacy on social media are being used by terrorists to spread their messages of hate and attack.
French warplanes pounded Islamic State positions in Syria on Sunday as police in Europe widened their investigations into the deadly Paris attacks.
As the dust begins to settle, authorities are attempting to piece together the devastating sequence of events which has left 129 people dead.