The pharmaceutical executive reviled for price-gouging resigned Friday as head of the drugmaker Turing Pharmaceuticals, a day after being arrested on charges of securities fraud related to a company he previously ran. Martin Shkreli, whose arrest d...
The World Bank Group has announced a $1 billion loan to Egypt, the first installment of an $8 billion financing plan to help the country carry out key economic reforms.
Rwandans voted Friday in a referendum to decide if President Paul Kagame should be allowed to extend his time in power, a vote he will win, according to pollsters.
Police say Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian driver who tried to ram his car into soldiers and border police during a riot in the West Bank.
French investigators say tear gas was the chemical applied to an electronic keypad at a Paris-area synagogue, burning more than a dozen congregants.
A Burkina Faso media organization says two journalists have been jailed and charged in relation to a short-lived coup in September in the West African country.
The latest on the continuing flow of refugees and other migrants into Europe. All times local: