TOKYO — A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around the city of Osaka in western Japan on Monday morning, and three people are now confirmed dead.
PHNOM PENH — Former Cambodian Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has been seriously injured in a road crash that killed his wife and injured at least seven other people.
BERLIN — A couple in eastern Germany have gotten married in a swing dangling from a motorcycle atop a tightrope, 14 meters above the ground.
New tariffs on imports from China may leave American companies with a choice — pay a higher freight bill now or pay the tariffs starting in three weeks.
BRUSSELS — Forget Brexit or a looming trans-Atlantic trade war. The diplomatic spat this week among Italy, Malta and France over who should take responsibility for some 630 people rescued at sea shows that the biggest challenge Europe faces today is migration.
CARACAS — Seventeen people were killed at a crowded nightclub in Venezuela's capital Saturday after a tear gas device exploded during a brawl and triggered a desperate stampede among hundreds gathered for a graduation celebration, government officials said.
MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin claims soccer and politics have nothing to do with each other, yet the World Cup he kicked off Thursday is about much more than sports.
SACRAMENTO, California — Californians will face a choice this November of whether to divide the United States' most populous state into three, an effort that would radically shake up not only the West Coast, but the entire nation.
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles police are investigating reports of elder abuse against Stan Lee that come amid a struggle over the life and fortune of the 95-year-old Marvel Comics mogul, court documents showed Wednesday.
SEOUL, South Korea — The rival Koreas were holding rare high-level military talks Thursday to discuss reducing tensions across their heavily fortified border.