Sixty-six-year-old Marilyn Hartman was arrested in the U.K. after she sneaked past security in Chicago and flew to London, Heathrow without a ticket.
Vietnam jailed former high-profile government officials for corruption on Jan. 22.
An environmental protection bureau in Ningxia, China issued warnings to two of its officials Jan. 16 after they accidentally froze a building while trying to manipulate air pollution data.
More than a million demonstrators took to the streets Jan. 20, to show their support for women’s rights. This is the second year in a row people have turned out for the Women’s March
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence promised in a speech to Israel’s parliament that the United States would move its embassy to Jerusalem by the end of 2019.
On Jan. 10, British Airways refused to allow passenger Ryan Carney Williams, who was wearing all his clothes to avoid paying an extra bag fee, to board a flight from Iceland to England.
A motorcycle bomb in Thailand’s Yala province killed 3 on Jan. 22.
A separatist group backed by the United Arab Emirates vowed on Jan. 21 to overthrow the internationally recognized government of Yemeni president Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi.
Several people were injured on Jan. 19 when members of the Islamic Defenders Front raided a child’s birthday party on the island of Madura while searching for brothels.
An icy mass that fell on a village in northern India Jan. 20 was likely a frozen clump of human waste expelled by a passing airplane.