The European Court of Justice ruled Friday that Poland must halt the implementation of a new law forcing members of the Supreme Court to retire at 65.
Brazilian plane manufacturer Embraer said Friday it delivered nearly 40 aircraft during the third quarter, which left it with a $13.6 billion order backlog.
At least 50 people were killed and over 200 injured Friday when a train struck a group of people gathered on the railway in India, police said.
China’s crackdown on free speech is targeting South Korean web portals as video games continue to be banned, according to a South Korean press report.
The Superior Court of Lima has ruled in favor of a mandate that allows Peruvian movie-goers to bring their own popcorn and other concessions to theaters.
More than a dozen people were injured on a turbulent flight from Miami to South America Thursday, officials said.
A Japanese citizen who was possibly abducted to North Korea in 1978 could still be alive, according to a Japanese press report on Friday.
A mass of some 3,000 Honduran migrants broke a police barrier at Mexico’s border with Guatemala and entered Mexico as they advance on their way into the U.S.
The Israeli government sent heavy tanks and troops to the Gaza border Friday, anticipating new Palestinian protests.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for support from member states of the Asia-Europe Meeting for his continued diplomatic engagement with North Korea.
Macedonia’s Parliament voted Friday to push ahead with a plan to change its name to settle a decades-long dispute with Greece.
Parliamentary elections in Afghanistan have been postponed after the deaths of a police commander and intelligence chief in Kandahar, officials said Friday.
A dozen Navy personnel were injured Friday when an MH-60 Seahawk crashed on the flight deck of the USS Ronald Reagan, officials said.
A Finnish court found three pro-Russian “trolls” guilty of defamation and harassment of an investigative journalist.
A 20th person died Thursday as a result of a mass shooting and explosion at a school in Crimea.
Russia and Turkey agreed Thursday to allow opposition groups more time to exit Syria’s western Idlib province as they work to establish a demilitarized zone.
Israel’s high court ordered the release of a U.S. student prevented from attending college due to her alleged connection to a Palestinian movement.
Mad cow disease has been diagnosed in a cow in Scotland, the first case in Britain in three years.
South Korean opposition party politicians are blaming members of the ruling Moon Jae-in administration for miscommunication.
Officials said Thursday the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem will merge with the U.S. Embassy, a move Palestinian leaders say interferes with a two-state solution.