Juan Francisco S0enz-Tamez, 23, was apprehended on Tuesday while shopping, officials said. An indictment against him was unsealed the same day.
The cleric, Muhammad Tahir-ul Qadri, announced that he would now tour major Pakistani cities to agitate for a 0revolution of the poor.0
The Winnipeg police said Tuesday that they had discovered four infants0 remains 0 a number they could not cite with certainty 0 in a storage locker.
On his visit to Chechnya, Mr. Greene found posters of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and the Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, in many places. The National Theater, Grozny, Chechnya. 2013.
Ban Ki-moon, secretary general of the United Nations, announced that he was setting up an investigation into attacks on the world body0s facilities during Israel0s recent war against Hamas militants.
Soldiers said a shootout with gang suspects had led to the deaths in June, but a commission on human rights disputed that account.
In Sydney, smaller bars with extensive inventories of liquor, like The Barber Shop, have opened near traditional pubs.
Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong watched a live broadcast of a debate between leaders of their movement and city officials.
A senior United Nations official said on Tuesday that the Islamic State had threatened to exterminate minority Yazidis in Iraq by killing them if they refused to convert to Islam.
An electoral poster in Tunisia, where the nation0s second free election is to take place this month. The country is among the Arab world0s most educated, but militants are recruiting heavily there.
Several schools have allowed humanitarian exceptions to restrictions on trips to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the countries most affected by the virus.
Oleh Lyashko, left, the leader of the Radical Party, with President Petro O. Poroshenko last week.
Kevin Rudd, the former prime minister of Australia, in 2013.
Darek Fidyka using leg braces and a walker. A stabbing had paralyzed him from the chest down.
A warrant officer was killed and another soldier was injured in a car crash that the police said was the result of a Canadian man0s turn to radical Islam.
British Army medics boarded a flight Tuesday to Sierra Leone, a former British colony, where they will build treatment centers.
Ding Hongfen in 2013.
Security agents were left puzzled over how Francisco Nicol0s G0mez Iglesias, 20, was able to broker business deals, lunch with politicians, and shake hands with the king.
Workers assemble personal protection kits at a Medline plant in Illinois. Makers of protective equipment say demand has spiked, as hospitals brace for potential Ebola cases.
Christophe de Margerie became chief executive of Total in 2007.
David S. Cohen says his role at the Treasury is his dream job. 0I0m able to touch pretty much every single national security issue we0re facing,0 he said.
Mr. Fowle was released after nearly six months of captivity, officials said. The United States is working on freeing two others held by North Korea.
Haroon Aswat, a Briton, is wanted in the United States on accusations that he conspired in 1999 to set up a terrorist training camp in Oregon.
A Swedish minesweeper on Sunday in the Stockholm archipelago. Reports about an unidentified vessel have spawned conspiracy theories.
High-profile revelations of child sexual abuse have shown the risks of ascribing blame according to class or race.
Gough Whitlam, prime minister of Australia, awaiting midterm election results with Labor Party supporters in 1974.
Screeners at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago earlier this month checked the temperature of a0passenger who had just arrived from Sierra Leone.
Four straight tests administered to an auxiliary nurse, Mar0a Teresa Romero Ramos, have come back negative for the virus, hospital officials said.
The party of Jayalalithaa Jayaram, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu, says 193 followers have died or committed suicide since she was imprisoned for corruption.
Voting cycles in America and Iran leave only a small window of opportunity 0 starting right after Election Day.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.
The investigation will look at prosecutors0 handling of allegations by a woman that she was raped by a senior I.R.A. member, then interrogated in 0kangaroo courts.0
President Ashraf Ghani earlier this month. There is a concern among some in Afghanistan about his temperament, Western style and didactic approach.
Curbing emissions has long been a popular cause in the European Union. But leaders have to agree on how to generate and distribute energy.
A couple posed for wedding photographs against a backdrop of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong on Oct. 1.
We have the ability to be outraged by corner-cutting, while engaging in our own petty versions of it.
Latin America's populist leaders are degrading independent journalism.
Oscar Pistorius after sentencing in Pretoria, South Africa, on Tuesday. The defense team said that the law called for him to serve only 10 months in prison.
Chinese news media say this is the first time an infrared camera has been used to film a panda mother and cub at night.
Dr. Ali A. Mazrui in 1986.
Lt. John Ismay of the Navy in a wheat field hit by BLU-97/B cluster bombs near Bartallah, Iraq, in 2007.