The United Nations voted in favor of condemning Israel for the deadly violence in Gaza at the U.N. General Assembly on June 13.
Sotheby’s announced June 13 it will be auctioning off a collection of jewelry that once belonged to the last queen of France, Marie Antoinette.
Two Americans are walking across the U.S. to raise awareness of opioid overdose and addiction. They started the 2,400-mile feat in January and they plan to end it in August.
A spokesperson for Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry said June 15 Pakistan’s Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah was killed in an airstrike in Kunar Province.
Bulletproof glass walls and metal fences are set to be completed around the Eiffel Tower in July as anti-terrorism security measures.
In a speech on June 15, Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis said New Zealand will start taxing its foreign visitors next year.
Pope Francis recently accepted the resignations of three Chilean Bishops amid sexual abuse allegations, including that of the controversial Bishop Juan Barros.
Two South Korean reporters have been arrested in Singapore for allegedly trespassing into a North Korean residence June 7.
Five men were gunned down on June 11 in a village in southern Thailand’s Yala province.
North Korea’s state-run media reported the historic US-N.Korean summit rarely early on Wednesday June 13.