Cosmas Kwete went from dodging bullets to chasing quarterbacks. Forced from the war-torn Congo, raised in the dangers of a refugee camp, he's found safety in Pullman playing for WSU football.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia has won this year's Nobel Peace Prize for his role in ending the 20-year war between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast Wednesday, South Korea's Joint Chief of Staff (JCS) said in a statement, the second such launch in less than a week.
Hezbollah's leader warned the United States against striking Iran, saying if it does
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to
The US military acknowledged Friday that a drone strike in Somalia last year caused civilian casualties, the first time the US military has acknowledged civilian deaths during its air campaign in Somalia.
The White House announced Friday that the ISIS caliphate in Syria has been 100% defeated, but CNN's team on the ground reported that US-backed forces are still working to clear final pockets of fighters holed up in tunnels alongside the now-cleared village of Baghouz, the group's last stronghold.
Some 500 ISIS fighters surrendered to US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces on Tuesday, amid the final push to wrest the jihadist group from Baghouz, its last remaining enclave in eastern Syria.
India and Pakistan have been locked in a struggle over Kashmir for more than 70 years, and the restive region is back in the news again this week.
The US special tepresentative for Afghanistan has met with one of the founding members of the Taliban for the first time, as the latest round of peace talks resumed in Qatar Monday.
Elizabeth Warren wants to know how American weapons ended up in the wrong hands in Yemen.
At the age of 19, a young woman from Hoover, Alabama traveled to Syria to join ISIS -- the so-called "Islamic State."
ISIS' Afghanistan-based affiliate has emerged as a major threat capable of carrying out direct attacks on the US and is actively using its members' social media to acquire contacts in the United States, a US intelligence official in Afghanistan tells CNN.
India hit out at Pakistan and demanded it take "credible and viable action" over last week's deadly bomb attack on a convoy of soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir, after Pakistan's Prime Minister offered to assist with investigations.
Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan landed in Afghanistan for an unannounced visit Monday amid increasing uncertainty about the future of the longest-running US war in history.
Two boys in their early teens swing sledgehammers, knocking down what remains of a wall. Another is hauling pieces of wood across the rubble-strewn dirt in front of the house, or what was the house of Qais Diab Al-Sharina.
A US soldier died Thursday in Germany after being wounded during combat operations in Afghanistan earlier in the week, according to the Defense Department.
After weeks of relative calm, a weekly protest at the Israel-Gaza border turned deadly Friday when Israeli forces answered arson attacks by firing on demonstrators, killing two Palestinian teenagers, Palestinian and Israeli authorities said.
Mass shootings and acts of terrorism may dominate headlines, but it's the homicides and, to a lesser extent, the suicides that happen out of the spotlight that make up the bulk of firearm-related deaths around the world, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal JAMA.
In the wake of a string of deadly attacks, Afghanistan's president has offered a monthlong ceasefire with the Taliban beginning Monday, if the militant group agrees to honor it.
Nonbattle incidents caused about a third of all injuries suffered by nearly 30,000 U.S. service members during three military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to new research.
It's hard to predict when war will break out, but Sweden wants to make sure that it's populace is always prepared for the worst.
The Red Badge Project is helping veterans heal by having them tell stories about their time in the service.
Sweden is preparing to issue leaflets to 4.7 million households this spring amid growing fears it could be dragged into the perils of war.