Two years ago, Indonesian President Joko Widodo -- also known as Jokowi -- stood shoulder to shoulder with Xi Jinping for a group photo to celebrate the Chinese leader's Belt and Road project.
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Medics who treated the 12 boys and their soccer coach rescued from a cave in Thailand last year credit the drug ketamine with playing a key role in the daring and dangerous mission to extract them.
The pilots of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 did everything they were trained to do, but it still wasn't enough to regain control of the 737 Max 8 before it smashed into the ground near Addis Ababa's airport, killing 157.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Japan Thursday for the fourth time, according to Japanese broadcaster NHK.
The UK Parliament has narrowly voted to outlaw a no-deal Brexit, tying the hands of Prime Minister Theresa May as her efforts to break the political deadlock threatened to tear her party apart.
Google has created a doodle in honor of jazz legend and anti-apartheid hero Hugh Masekela on what would have been his 80th birthday.
In the end, it was worth the wait.
As Israelis prepare to head to the polls on April 9, Benjamin Netanyahu faces perhaps the toughest election campaign of his long political career.
A lot happened in Brexit world on Wednesday.
Vice President Mike Pence warned Turkey against going ahead with its planned purchase of the Russian-made S-400 missile system, hours after the Turkish foreign minister said the acquisition was "a done deal."
A cosmetics brand founded by Rihanna says it pulled a planned makeup product after it was criticized as an appropriation of Asian culture.
Investing legend Warren Buffett is looking for an "elephant" of a deal to help Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio fly higher.
A week after England's star players were racially abused during an international match in Montenegro, a rising star in Italian football was subject to racist abuse Tuesday during a Serie A match.
Over the past few years, many artists have started to use what's called "neural network software" to create works of art.
The jury in the trial of a British police officer who was in charge of public safety at the Hillsborough football disaster has failed to reach a verdict on charges of gross negligence manslaughter.
Having only won two top-flight titles since 1966, Sunday's draw against Tigre -- which secured a third first division crown this century -- was a big deal for Racing Club.