The scandal-tainted Malaysian leader says the money and luxury items seized were gifts from friends and cash donations for his election campaign
ISIS jihadists burn their headquarters before boarding buses with their relatives to leave the area, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says
Squatters occupy some 200 buildings in Sao Paulo, a metropolis that is also home to Brazil's billionaires
The messages, broadcast in Burmese and Rohingya, warned the refugees to 'leave the area under Myanmar's jurisdiction or face prosecution'
'Commitments and apologies will no longer cut it and these specific demands are merely the first steps in holding Facebook accountable for its actions,' says a coalition from the Global South
The two leaders agree to 'work closely' for the success of the landmark summit in Singapore on June 12, which would be the first meeting between a sitting US President and a North Korean leader.
For more than three years, residents of Raqa were subjected to IS' ultra-strict interpretation of Islamic law – particularly stringent during the holy month of Ramadan.
'Love is not selfish and self-centered. Love can be sacrificial. And in so doing, becomes redemptive,' says Reverend Michael Curry in his sermon at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
(UPDATED) 'The two sides reached a consensus, will not fight a trade war, and will stop increasing tariffs on each other,' says China's Vice Premier Liu He
Families, friends, and neighbors converge to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows in the last major royal wedding for a generation
The USGS adds that 'smoke from burning vegetation as lava flows advance is also contributing to poor air quality'
Those arrested are facing accusations such as making 'suspicious contact with foreign parties', providing financial support to 'hostile elements abroad', and recruiting government workers
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex tie the knot in an emotional ceremony at the St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle
However, environmental group Greenpeace fears that the Akademik Lomonosov could become a 'nuclear Titanic' or a 'Chernobyl on ice'
Prince George and Princess Charlotte served as page boy and bridesmaid, respectively, during the wedding
With rhetorical flourish, the 65-year-old from Chicago says: 'There's power in love. Don't underestimate it. Don't even oversentimentalize. There is power, power in love.'
Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador and Pope Paul VI will be canonized in October, announces Pope Francis
Separatist groups call for a strike and a protest march to a city square. Main roads leading to the square are barricaded to stop anyone getting in.
(3rd UPDATE) Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the spiritual leader of the world's Anglicans, declare the couple husband and wife after they exchange vows and rings
The WHO has said the latest Ebola outbreak did not warrant being labelled an emergency of 'international concern', adding that Kinshasa's response along with its own has been 'rapid and comprehensive'
Moqtada Sadr faces a deeply fragmented political landscape and opposition from key player Iran
A 17-year-old student, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, bursts into a classroom and opened fire at Santa Fe High School, as the school day was beginning around 8:00 am
'The ball is in the court of the EU. They have presented different proposals, we will see if they materialize,' Iran's atomic organization head says
It is the first defection by any North Korean since a historic summit between the two Koreas which saw their leaders agree to pursue the denuclearization of the peninsula and a permanent peace
The gunman, arrested on murder charges, is identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old junior at Santa Fe High School
It is traditional to give royal sons titles reflecting the three historic realms – England, Scotland and Ireland – that made up the United Kingdom
(3rd UPDATE) Hours ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, well-wishers arrive at Windsor, turning it into a sea of red, white, and blue
Malaysia's new government vows to investigate the unresolved scandals involving its former prime minister, including the mysterious killing of his mistress
(UPDATED) Among the dead were 99 Cubans, 6 Mexican crewmembers, and 5 foreign tourists: two from Western Sahara, a Mexican tourist and an Argentine couple
(3rd UPDATE) The service begins at noon in St George's Chapel with Harry's 92-year-old grandmother Queen Elizabeth II in attendance
'Nearly all of the Philippines falls within the radius of the bombers, including Manila and all 5 Philippine military bases earmarked for development under the US-Philippines Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement,' says the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative of the Center for Strategic and International Studies
The striking announcement comes after Francis summoned the bishops to the Vatican over the scandal that has come to haunt his papacy
(3rd UPDATE) The shooting incident took place at Santa Fe High School in the city of the same name, located about 30 miles southeast of Houston
May 17 is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, and Mahjoubi says that while he did not want to 'make a big deal' of coming out publicly, 'if that might help to fight homophobia, I'll do it'
'The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to welcome Ms Markle to the royal family in this way,' a statement said
Egypt president Sisi says the decision to keep the crossing open was taken 'to alleviate the suffering' of residents in the Palestinian enclave
Ebola is lethal and highly contagious, which makes it difficult to contain – especially in urban environments where people are mobile and come into more contact with others
The plan is to be detailed on Monday, May 21, by the top United States diplomat, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in his first major foreign policy address since taking office in April
President Nicolas Maduro's ebullient campaign meetings have done little to disguise a lack of enthusiasm in the oil-rich but cash-poor South American country, where the result is widely seen as a foregone conclusion
President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency passes on a vote of 54-45, with half a dozen opposition Democrats bucking their party and supporting the controversial Haspel's nomination
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov tells reporters that 'there were detailed discussions' between the two leaders
Pope Francis says he asked for 'forgiveness from the heart' from the abuse victims, adding that the Chilean bishops expressed their 'firm intention to repair the damage caused'
Officers remove Hermes, Birkin and Louis Vuitton bags as part of a trove whose value they say they cannot yet estimate because of its sheer volume
'Congratulations America, we are now into the second year of the greatest Witch Hunt in American History,' US President Donald Trump says in a series of angry tweets to mark the anniversary
'At any time, activity may again become more explosive, increasing the intensity of ash production and producing ballistic projectiles near the vent,' the Hawaii Volcano Observatory says
Israeli forces killed 60 Palestinians when tens of thousands of Palestinians had gathered near the border, while smaller numbers approached the fence and sought to break through
Tens of thousands have protested along Gaza's border with Israel since March 30 calling for Palestinian refugees to be able to return to their homes now inside Israel
The nearly 30-day halt is the first of its kind in Indian-controlled Kashmir for nearly two decades, and follows an escalation of violence in recent months in the Muslim-majority Himalayan region
The election dramatically reversed Anwar's fortunes, from prisoner to presumptive successor to 92-year-old Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad