South Korean bosses can now be jailed for firing bullied employees as country cracks down on toxic work culture

South Korean bosses who unfairly fire workers that complain of office bullying now face up to three years in prison or a 30 million won ($25,464) fine, under a new law aimed at cracking down on the country's toxic work ...

Germany cruises to Women's World Cup knockout stages, South Africa eliminated

Germany had already qualified for the knockout rounds of the Women's World Cup, but that didn't stop the high-flying side from dismantling South Africa in its final group stage match.

Former Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari arrested on corruption charges

Pakistan's former President Asif Ali Zardari was arrested Monday on corruption charges after a court rejected his bail application.

London to get 'world's first' infinity pool with 360-degree views

For thrill-seeking swimmers, the chance to take a death-defying dip might not be far away. Plans to build a rooftop infinity pool -- with 360-degree views of the London skyline -- are in motion.

Queen says her wartime generation was 'resilient' as she pays tribute to D-Day veterans

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has paid tribute on behalf of "the whole free world" to those who died during the Normandy landings in a poignant speech at D-Day commemorations in Portsmouth, southern England.

Cuba cruise ban causes confusion and uncertainty among travelers

The last remaining US cruise ship in Havana Harbor, Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas, departed Cuba on Wednesday afternoon.

Indian startup Zomato gives employees 26 weeks paid parental leave and $1,000 per child

Indian startup Zomato is giving six months of paid leave to all new parents among its 5,000 corporate employees worldwide.

Paris residents urged to screen for lead after Notre Dame fire

French health authorities are urging parents with young children and pregnant women to get their lead levels tested after April's catastrophic fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in the French capital.

Austria names its first female chancellor

Austria is welcoming its first female chancellor with the appointment of Brigitte Bierlein, who will lead a caretaker government until elections can be held in September.

Spanish footballers arrested in match-fixing probe

Spanish police have arrested a number of players and officials as part of an investigation into match-fixing in football, they said in a statement.

Zimbabwe sells elephants to China and Dubai for $2.7 million

Zimbabwe made $2.7 million from the sale of more than 90 elephants to China and Dubai, according to a spokesman for the country's wildlife agency.

Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia reports drone attack on pumping stations

Oil prices climbed on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia reported "armed drones" attacked two pumping stations in the kingdom, underscoring rising tensions in the Middle East.

It's Trump vs. Xi in the China trade war -- and it's personal

Neither Donald Trump nor Xi Jinping can afford to blink. A personal duel between two rival presidents could ensure that the escalating trade war across the Pacific may last longer than anyone expected.

Nigerian police arrested 65 women in a raid. Some of the women say officers raped them

In a sparsely decorated room in Nigeria's capital city of Abuja, seven women are seated in a row, their backs turned to the assembled media to remain anonymous.

The royal baby is a boy, Meghan and Harry announce

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a boy in the early hours of Monday, Buckingham Palace has announced.