45 bags with human remains found by Mexican authorities on outskirts of Guadalajara
Authorities in northern Mexican have found 45 bags containing human remans in a gorge on the outskirts of Guadalajara and were still trying to determine how many bodies were there.
Steve Irwin’s granddaughter joins family during alligator feeding
Like grandfather, like granddaughter.
Sweden close to becoming first 'smoke-free' country in Europe
Many experts give credit to decades of anti-smoking campaigns and legislation, while others point to the prevalence of "snus," a smokeless tobacco product that's marketed in Sweden as an alternative to cigarettes.
Why did Venice's Grand Canal turn green? Italian officials now have answer
Footage released by the Vigili del Fuoco, Italy’s national firefighters, showed a patch of Venice's famed Grand Canal turning a fluorescent green Sunday morning in the Rialto area.
Teenage girl charged with killing 19 in school dorm fire after cellphone confiscated: report
A 15-year-old schoolgirl from Guyana was charged as an adult Monday in the murder of 19 people after police accused her of purposefully setting fire to a school dormitory in retaliation for her cellphone being confiscated.
Air New Zealand to weigh passengers before they board international flights
Passengers flying internationally will be asked to step on the scale, which the airline says is completely voluntary and anonymous.
Natalee Holloway suspect Joran van der Sloot beaten in prison, lawyer says, and requests better security
Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of American teen Natalee Holloway, was beaten in a Peruvian prison over the weekend, according to his lawyer, who is requesting better security for his client.
Cruise ship Carnival Sunshine pounded by large waves during coastal storm near Charleston, South Carolina
Passengers aboard the cruise ship Carnival Sunshine were left distressed as large waves churned up by a powerful storm off the Southeast coast pounded the vessel, delaying its return from the Bahamas over the Memorial Day weekend.
Italy tourist boat capsizes in storm, leaving 4 dead
A tourist boat capsized in a storm on Italy’s Lago Maggiore in the northern Lombardy region on Sunday.
Italian officials stumped after patch of Venice's famed Grand Canal turns fluorescent green
Footage released by Italy’s national firefighters shows a patch of Venice's famed Grand Canal turning a fluorescent green in the Rialto area.
Uganda president signs tough anti-gay bill into law with death penalty in some cases
The new law prescribes the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality," which is defined as cases of sexual relations involving people infected with HIV as well as with minors and other categories of vulnerable people.
Turkey's Erdogan wins reelection in presidential runoff
A third term gives Erdogan an even stronger hand domestically and internationally, as Turkey plays a key role in NATO.
Mormon missionary killed, 3 others hurt in Brazil bus crash
Church leaders said 20-year-old Elder Izaak Orion Card, 20, of Anchorage, Alaska, lost his life in a rural area near the city of Tibagi.
Indian official drains reservoir to retrieve phone he dropped while taking selfie
In videos that went viral on social media, the official is seen sitting under a red umbrella as diesel pumps run to drain water from the reservoir.
Avalanche in Pakistan kills at least 11 members of nomadic tribe
A snowy avalanche in northern Pakistan killed 11 people Saturday, including a 4-year-old boy, and injured 25 from a nomadic tribe as they crossed a mountainous area with their goat herds, police said.
Pope Francis gets back to work after battling fever
Pope Francis resumed regular appointments on Saturday, one day after canceling his schedule due to a fever.
Cambodian reptile farm owner killed by crocodiles after falling into enclosure
There were about 40 crocodiles living in the enclosure during the tragic attack.
Watch: Lion stuns family on safari, comes within feet of them at campsite
Incredible video shows the lion wandering through the campsite before approaching the family.
Shark bites leg off American tourist in Turks and Caicos: report
An American tourist has lost her leg after being bitten by a shark while vacationing in Turks and Caicos, police say.
Pro-government rally to be held in Serbia amid frustration after mass shootings
Some protesters blame Serbia's president for creating an atmosphere of hopelessness and division in the country that they say indirectly led to two recent mass shootings that left 18 people dead and 20 wounded.