About 20 people were wounded Tuesday when a car bomb exploded near a Buddhist restaurant in southern Thailand, police said.
One person was killed and 15 others were injured Saturday when an outdoor stage collapsed in western Canada’s Alberta province, police said.
At least two people were killed and 11 others wounded in a shooting at a Tel Aviv club Saturday night, Israeli police said.
A three-vehicle crash north of New York killed eight people, including four children, state police said on Sunday. A fifth child is being treated for injuries suffered in the crash near Pleasantville, about 30 miles north of New York. Police initially reported no survivors.
At least 13 women died and 18 were missing after two boats capsized in western India, police said Sunday.
Three people have been killed in religious rioting in southern India between Muslims and Hindus, police said Friday.
A suicide truck bombing near a Shiite mosque killed 30 people and wounded at least 150 Saturday in a city close to Kirkuk, Iraq, police said.
A 59-year-old man was arrested Friday after shooting at a group of "loud" teenagers, killing one person in a French village, police said.
Authorities in Hong Kong were reviewing surveillance tapes Tuesday to determine who tossed a bottle of acid from the top of a building, injuring 24 pedestrians in a busy shopping district.
Two British men were convicted Thursday of torturing and killing two French students in London last June, London’s Metropolitan Police said. Nigel Farmer, 34, and Daniel “Dano” Sonnex, 23, were also found guilty of arson, false imprisonment and burglary. The bodies of Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez, both 23, were found in Bonomo’s burned apartment in southeast London last summer.