Gunmen attacked a packed mosque in Egypt’s restive North Sinai province on Friday and set off a bomb, killing at least 230 people in one of the country’s deadliest attacks in recent memory, state media reported.
On August 17, the Zimbabwean government issued an official denial that Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was vice president at the time, had eaten ice cream at a political rally.
The search for the Argentine submarine missing in the south Atlantic shifted from rescue to recovery Friday, as navy officials lost hope of finding any of the 44 crew members alive.
World leaders may have been quick to voice outrage over video footage of Libyan slave auctions, but activists raised the alarm months ago — and their warnings fell on deaf ears.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Brexit talks with EU President Donald Tusk on Friday had been “very positive”, but admitted there was still work to do to reach a deal.
Police rushed to London’s busy Oxford Street shopping district on Friday after reports that shots had been fired, sparking fears of a terror incident and leaving 16 people hurt as panic swept the area.
Lionel Messi insisted he was getting better with age after receiving the European Golden Shoe award for the fourth time on Friday.
A Russian scientific commission will investigate reports of radioactive pollution almost 1,000 times above normal levels in the southern Urals, state nuclear company Rosatom said Friday.
A circus tiger was found wandering the streets of Paris on Friday, affecting public transport and bringing emergency services rushing to the area before being shot dead by its owner who was then taken into custody, French police said.
A week after the death of Cosa Nostra boss Toto Riina, key figures in Italy’s judiciary and police have warned the mafia’s tentacles are extending into the virtual world.
Conditions for Rohingya refugees to safely return to Myanmar from Bangladesh are not in place, the UN said Friday, a day after the two countries announced repatriation would begin in two months.