If you thought 2019 was a tumultuous time around the world, a new study reports this year could be worse with 40 percent of the world's countries expected to witness some level of civil unrest and violence.
A radical group of pro-abortion feminists has claimed responsibility for a spate of attacks against pro-lifers in Germany.
Iran's president said Thursday that there is “no limit” to the country's enrichment of uranium following its decision to abandon its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal in response to the killing of its top general in a U.S. airstrike.
A Jewish group in Ukraine reports that the number of documented anti-Semitic incidents went down by 27 percent in 2019.
President Trump signed an interim trade deal with China today. The administration says the so-called "phase one" agreement is a step towards the de-escalation of a trade war.
Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a constitutional overhaul Wednesday to boost the powers of parliament and the Cabinet, a move signaling Putin's intention to carve out a new position for himself after his current term ends.
A gang of 20 armed Fulani Muslim herdsmen attacked the predominantly Christian village of Kulben in Central Nigeria on January 8th, killing 13 and wounding three. All of the victims were members of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN).
French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting several African leaders in his country this week with the goal of boosting the fight against Islamic extremism on the continent. Macron said ISIS terrorists in Africa are the "priority enemy because it's the most dangerous" threat.
Iran's judiciary said Tuesday that arrests have been made for the accidental shootdown of a Ukrainian passenger plane that killed all 176 people on board just after takeoff from Tehran last week.
German police raided premises in four states early Tuesday on suspicion that Chechen Islamists were scouting locations for an attack, officials said.