The man in the western state of Utah became ill after helping to take care of his 73-year-old father, who was hospitalized in June with Zika after being infected during a trip to his native Mexico.
Nicosia District Court judge Dona Constantinou was satisfied that Seif al-Din Mohamed Mostafa, 58, would get a fair trial in Egypt and would not be persecuted for his political beliefs.
A joint Mongolian-Japanese expedition found the giant print, which measures 106 centimetres (42 inches) long and 77 centimetres wide.
Russian High Court rejects appeal against ban on Crimean Tatar Mejlis' activities
Popular social-media platform criticized for blocking Palestinian activists’ accounts, deleting posts
The story of how this came about is far from simple, and much research needs to be done before its details are completely understood, but the broad outlines are clear.
PKK extremists set off explosive on road as military vehicle passes by, killing 1 village guard and injuring 2 soldiers
Islamic consumerism has taken on a new form and in Turkey, Islamic dress has become a symbol of religious freedom, with many believing the evolving Islamic fashion industry is another tool of capitalism
Yildirim meets Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef in Ankara
Targets of Turkish airstrikes include shelters, weapons dumps
Palestinian Husam Hudeyir who is physically disabled, has a passion for paintings which surprises those who follow him. The long years spent on a wheelchair has not been able to separate him from his biggest passion.
Dozens of world leaders bid farewell to Shimon Peres in Jerusalem, whose detractors have described as ‘war criminal’
Syria's anti-regime opposition now stands only 15 kilometers from Hama city
If passed, law would allow victims of extremist attacks to sue foreign governments deemed responsible
The Tuwal district of Jazan, on the Saudi frontier with Yemen, came under fire on Thursday afternoon, wounding the border guard corporal, a ministry statement said.
"It is well into its terrible descent into the pitiless and merciless abyss of a humanitarian catastrophe unlike any we have witnessed in Syria," said the UN undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs.
A Cairo court has approved the redrawing of the maritime boundary between Egypt and Saudi Arabia on Thursday, according to a report in Egypt’s state TV news portal Egynews.
Phone call dominated by violence in Aleppo plus Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield in northern Syria
Turkish foreign minister insists any joint efforts must contain political solution, ceasefire
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised hopes of a new era in relations with Islamabad when he paid a surprise Christmas Day visit to his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.
Pakistan and Iran are brotherly countries, and have no disputes, says Pakistani official, downplaying incident
Golf course selected as new South Korean site for contentious American missile defense system after local protests
Border villages have been evacuated after tensions have escalated on the border
Landslides in east caused by heavy rainfall during Typhoon Megi, more than 300,000 displaced
Pakistan has summoned the Indian ambassador after India killed two Pakistani soldiers
Philippine leader refers to Holocaust in saying he would be ‘happy to slaughter’ 3 million drug addicts in crackdown
Iran border guards on Wednesday fired three mortar shells into Pakistan's restive Balochistan province, triggering panic among the local population.
Eurozone unemployment meanwhile was unchanged at 10.1 percent in August, the Eurostat statistics agency said.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Wednesday stunned traders by announcing plans to trim collective production by around 750,000 barrels per day.
Supporters of leaders who have presided over atrocities attack each other online, spreading hatred and drawing deep wounds
Khartoum, for its part, describes allegations as 'fabricated'
Michel Desaedeleer, a Belgian-US national, had been linked to exploitative diamond trade in war-torn Sierra Leone
Summer recess ends as MPs expected to discuss extending Turkish military presence in Syria, Iraq
Arrest warrants issued for 87 people working at the Istanbul, Gaziosmanpasa, and Buyukcekmece courts
90 pct rise in August in the number of refugees trying to make perilous journey across the Aegean
Fighter jets have taken off from the Charles de Gaulle carrier in the Mediterranean Sea.
UEFA slaps Celtic with 10,000-euro fine after fans flew Palestinian flags during match against Israel's Hapoel Be'er Sheva
A leaked document has shown that Moscow has been offering tips on how to conduct a propaganda campain
The Obama administration will relinquish control of the internet’s “address book” to a California-based nonprofit organisation
Kurdish Regional Government chief visits Baghdad for first time in three years