A high-level North Korean delegation arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday seeking the body of leader Kim Jong Un's half brother, the victim of a nerve-agent attack that many suspect the North itself of orchestrating.
Russia and China have vetoed a Western-backed U.N. resolution that would have imposed sanctions on 21 Syrian individuals, organizations and companies allegedly involved in chemical weapons attacks in the war-ravaged country.
It's those perceptions that represent one of the biggest hurdles for Toyota and Royal Dutch Shell as they seek to make hydrogen fuel cells a commercial alternative to gasoline-powered cars around the globe.
A European Parliament panel chastised European authorities and automakers on Tuesday for failing to ensure that laws on diesel emissions were upheld, and called for much-improved oversight in the future.
A new report by Doctors Without Borders says thousands of Eritreans trying to reach Europe are suffering as the European Union works with the governments of Libya, Sudan and Ethiopia to keep them from completing the journey.
An Australian woman on trial with her British boyfriend in the death of a police officer on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali has expressed deep regret and apologized, but says she did not personally kill the victim.
Israel's official government watchdog says the country was ill-prepared to handle the threat of underground tunnels from Gaza during the 2014 war, and the Cabinet was not provided enough information to make proper decisions about it.
Many of the castillos de Quito, designed by Rubén Vinci, a Mexican immigrant with a flair for the fantastic, were granted architectural protection, but the economic forces were simply too strong. In a neighborhood zoned for high rises, the castles are seen as a burden.
Jim WyssMiami Herald Staff
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