Authorities say the suspect pulled out a gun and killed an emergency room doctor with whom he was having a domestic relationship, then ran into the hospital and fatally shot a pharmacy resident and police officer.
Kremlin foe Bill Browder has expressed outrage over the potential that a Russian police officer could become president of Interpol _ a move that Moscow's critics say could undermine the law enforcement agency.
Italian prosecutors have ordered the seizure of a migrant rescue ship and accused the aid group Doctors Without Borders of illegally disposing of 24,000 kilograms of medical waste accumulated during rescues
A lawyer for Aasia Bibi, a Christian woman recently acquitted of blasphemy charges after eight years on death row in Pakistan, says she would like to leave her homeland for any Western country willing to issue visas for her and her family
The global chemical weapons watchdog's initiative to apportion blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks has survived two institutional challenges from Russia and is set to become operational next year
A lawmaker says disgruntled police and prison guards have stormed Papua New Guinea's Parliament in a violent pay dispute stemming from an international summit hosted by the impoverished South Pacific nation over the weekend
Chinese President Xi Jinping has received a red-carpet welcome in the Philippines, as he pays a visit to the U.S. ally with offers of infrastructure loans and new accords to prevent clashes and possibly explore for oil and gas in the South China Sea
Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with turquoise-tipped wings disappeared when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico
Former CIA director Leon Panetta says President Donald Trump owes an apology to retired Adm. William McRaven and to all of those in the military and intelligence agencies responsible for tracking down and killing Osama bin Laden in Pakistan
A star prosecution witness testifying at the U.S. trial of the Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is describing the bloodshed and bribery that were trademarks of Guzman's leadership of the Sinaloa cartel
Witnesses and medical officials say an Associated Press cameraman has been shot and wounded while covering a demonstration in the Gaza Strip. Rashed Rashid, 47, was hit in the leg Monday during a weekly protest next to the Israeli border
Left-hander James Paxton has been acquired by the Yankees from the Seattle Mariners for a trio of prospects, bolstering the thin starting rotation that contributed to New York's loss to Boston in the AL Division Series