Pope Francis on Sunday made saints of two of the most contentious Roman Catholic figures of the 20th century -- assassinated Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero and Pope Paul VI, who reigned over one of the Church's most turbulent eras and enshrined its opposition to contraception.
The United States is seeking "regime change" in Iran, President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday, adding that the current U.S. administration is the most hostile that the Islamic Republic has faced in its four decades.
Nineteen people, including children, were killed when a truck carrying migrants crashed in the western Turkish province of Izmir on Sunday, state-owned Anadolu news agency reported.
Britain's governing Conservative Party does not need a new leader to settle deep divisions over the government's Brexit strategy, Iain Duncan Smith, a former leader and eurosceptic lawmaker, said on Sunday.
The death toll has risen to 20 people on Sunday following two suspected suicide bombers that struck in the southern Somali city of Baidoa on Saturday, a local hospital official said.
Fifteen people, including children, were killed when a truck carrying migrants crashed in the western Turkish province of Izmir on Sunday, state-owned Anadolu news agency reported.
The United States is seeking regime change in Iran, President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday in a speech broadcast on state TV.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies are heading for their worst state election result in more than 60 years in a regional vote on Sunday that is likely to increase tensions within Germany's fragile coalition government.
Fifteen people, including children, were killed when a truck carrying migrants crashed in the western Turkish province of Izmir, state-owned Anadolu news agency reported on Sunday.
The World Bank on Sunday said it would provide a standby loan of up to $1 billion for the Indonesian government for relief and reconstruction efforts in the country's two islands that were hit by earthquakes and a tsunami.
Luxembourg began voting in a parliamentary election on Sunday, with opinions polls showing the center-right party will end its first term in opposition since World War Two at the expense of the liberal-led government.
Congolese migrants and officials said dozens of people were killed this month in neighboring Angola in a crackdown on artisanal diamond mining, an accusation Angolan security forces strongly denied.
In 1980, a day after urging El Salvador's military to halt a string of abuses that would inflame a 12-year civil war in the impoverished country, Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero was shot dead while leading Mass.
Cambodia has agreed to resume a search effort with the United States for the remains of Americans killed in the Vietnam War, the Foreign Ministry said on Sunday, after suspending the program a year ago as tension rose between the two countries.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was released on Sunday after 20 days in jail where he was held on charges of staging an illegal protest last month.
Two New Zealand pro-Palestinian activists have raised NZ$14,000 ($9,108.40) as of Sunday for charity after being fined by an Israeli court for their alleged role in persuading pop star Lorde to cancel a concert in Tel Aviv last year.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies are heading for their worst state election result in over 60 years in a regional vote on Sunday that is likely to increase tensions within Germany's fragile coalition government.
The head of the Northern Irish party that props up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government is "ready" to trigger a no-deal Brexit and now regards it as the "likeliest outcome," The Observer newspaper reported on Saturday, citing a leaked email.