Billionaire investor George Soros has defended his decision to hand £400,000 to a campaign arguing against Brexit - and says he considers leaving the EU a "tragic mistake".
Over 20,000 French farms could go bankrupt if the European Union concludes a major trade deal with four South American countries, France's biggest farm union warned Friday.
The United Kingdom violates women's rights in Northern Ireland by unduly restricting their access to abortion, a report by the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women said Fr
The Philippine government summoned the US ambassador over an American intelligence report that listed President Rodrigo Duterte and his deadly war on drugs as a "regional threat", Manila said Friday.
The United States told the World Trade Organization Friday that Chinese internet access rules coming into force on March 31 appeared to create significant new restrictions for cross-border service sup
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has shown her conservative party that she's still very much in charge and keen to shape its future, installing a close ally who's popular in her own right in a top part
A UN rights commission in South Sudan said Friday there was sufficient evidence to charge at least 41 senior officers and officials with war crimes and crimes against humanity.
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP) — A family whose son took his own life after being bullied in 2012 has settled a lawsuit with a New Jersey school district. Fifteen-year-old Lennon Baldwin committed suicide a
BERLIN (AP) — German automaker BMW says it’s in talks to build battery electric models of its Mini cars in China, which would be the first time the iconic cars have been made outside Europe.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — Close friends, fierce competitors and, now, the two best women figure skaters in the world. Alina Zagitova edged training partner Evgenia Medvedeva on Friday for vic
South Korean lawmakers protested Friday over a visit by a top North Korean general for the Pyeongchang Olympics, labeling him a war criminal over the 2010 sinking of a warship and calling for his exec
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — Despite a petition, protest march and neighbor-erected fences, a South Carolina woman had vowed she would die before she would stop flying a Confederate flag in her predomi
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian media are reporting the country’s aviation organization has temporarily banned flights of all ATR-72 aircraft after a deadly crash that killed 65. The official IRN
Counselor of the Netherlands Embassy in Ankara has been summoned to the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Turkish media reported Feb. 23.
A team of international scientists led by the British Antarctic Survey set off on Wednesday to explore a mysterious marine ecosystem that has lain hidden under an ice shelf for
PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois man is set to be sentenced next week after pleading guilty to charges that he defrauded an elderly person out of nearly $100,000. The U.S. Attorney’s office in
UN investigators say they have evidence that 40 senior officials could be responsible for war crimes.
France warns failure could sound death knell for UN, as bombardment of a rebel enclave continues.
Approval of two agreements between Turkey and Azerbaijan was discussed at the plenary session of the Azerbaijani Parliament on Feb. 23
Ankara and Baku have united their potential for the benefit of the region