Student protesters clashed with police in Paris on Thursday in a demonstration against both presidential candidates in France's upcoming runoff election
A Pentagon inspector general is launching its own investigation into whether President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn took payments from foreign entities without approva
London police say they have arrested a man for possession of weapons near Britain's Houses of Parliament
A German soldier who led a "double life" pretending to be a Syrian refugee has been arrested on suspicion he planned a gun attack with racist motives, prosecutors said Thursday
Russian President Vladimir Putin is hosting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for talks in Moscow
A suspected U.S. drone strike killed several Pakistani Taliban militants in North Waziristan close to the Afghanistan border, one militant commander and intelligence sources said Thursday, in a rare s
A Russian naval intelligence ship sank off Turkey's Black Sea coast after colliding with a vessel carrying livestock Thursday and all 78 personnel on board were evacuated, Turkey's coastal safety auth
Drivers working for Uber in Britain will be able to access illness and injury cover under a new scheme from the San Francisco-based company, which has faced legal challenges over the way it treats its
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday there was no point protesting Chinese artificial island building in disputed areas of the South China Sea because it could not be stopped
A top aide of far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen raised doubts Thursday about a French intelligence report accusing Syria's leadership of a toxic gas attack, a position directly opposed by
All 78 personnel aboard the Black Sea Fleet ship were rescued, the Turkish coastal authority says.
The EU is "completely united" on Brexit ahead of a summit this weekend when leaders will approve red lines for two years of tough talks with London, the bloc's presidency said Thursday
The continuing claims data covered the survey week for April's unemployment rate
LONDON (Reuters) - British police said on Thursday a man had been arrested and armed officers were seen on Whitehall, the street home to numerous government ministries in central London, with a BBC re
The announcement late Wednesday raised international tension over Venezuela, where unrest has left 28 people dead this month.
The European Parliament alleges fraud by the French presidential candidate's nationalists.
The US has said it also plans to activate a missile defence system in South Korea
European Union nations have agreed to help each other meet gas shortages in a severe crisis, officials said Thursday as they seek to depend less on Russia
The attack was a desperate attempt to lift the morale of the terrorist groups, says Syrian army
Under the MoU, Pakistan and India were to play six bilateral series between 2015 and 2023
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - The Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly has called on Hungary to suspend a debate in the country's parliament of bills which tighten rules on non-governmental organizations
The former vice-president was speaking at a college campus event against sexual assault.
More than 9,000 Turkish policemen have been suspended over their alleged links with the Gulenist†group.
Matteo Renzi looks well placed to regain the leadership of Italy's ruling Democratic Party (PD) Sunday, but returning to government may be a much tougher task for the former prime minister
After renaming six towns of Arunachal Pradesh, China has justified tweaking the name of Taiwan - a self-ruled island claimed by Beijing.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday said he was willing to face the music for his war on drugs and a complaint filed with the International Criminal Court would not sto
One of the region's oldest Christian communities is living in fear after attacks.
Itís like Turkeyís 'Dynasty,' a story of secrets, revenge and a mysterious man chasing a rich, pretty woman.
The Extraordinary African Chambers, a body created by Senegal and the African Union (AU), sentenced Habre last May to life behind bars, an unprecedented ruling seen as a blow to the impunity long enj
The 28-year-old German has a "xenophobic background" and registered as a Syrian, prosecutors say.
The BBC's Auliya Atrafi discovers so-called Islamic State is still active in the area hit by a huge US bomb.
A "callous" 22-year-old man murdered his partner's two-year-old boy by "kicking or punching" him in the stomach while the child's mother had gone to the shops, a UK court has heard.
The final investment decision on the project of construction of the SOCAR GPC, a gas processing and petrochemical complex of Azerbaijanís state oil company SOCAR, in the country is expected to be made
A Russian navy reconnaissance ship has sunk off Istanbul after colliding with a freighter in the Black Sea.