Britain will not seek to take a divide and rule approach with the other 27 member states of the European Union in upcoming Brexit negotiations, Brexit minister David Davis said Wednesday
Three suicide bombings rocked the northeast Nigerian city of Maiduguri Wednesday, killing one civilian militia member and injuring several others, security personnel told AFP
Two people died and five were missing in the Adriatic Sea off Dubrovnik, Croatia, after their inflatable dinghy was struck by a coastguard ship, authorities said Wednesday
French police are questioning 10 people on suspicion of supplying weapons to an Islamist militant who attacked a Jewish deli in Paris in January 2015, killing four Jewish hostages, police sources said
The death toll from a roadside bomb targeting a passenger vehicle in Pakistan's northwest rose to 13 Wednesday as three critically injured people died overnight in hospital, officials said
U.S. troops began delivering a missile defence system that has infuriated China to a deployment site in South Korea Wednesday, amid heightened tensions over the North's nuclear ambitions
British Prime Minister Theresa May Wednesday holds her first talks with key EU Brexit negotiators, as the bloc hardens its position ahead of a summit to lay down its "red lines"
Protesters in Venezuela plan a high-risk march against President Nicolas Maduro Wednesday, sparking fears of fresh violence after demonstrations that have left 26 dead in the crisis-wracked country
The number of senior managers at the BBC earning more than 150,000 pounds ($192,555) a year has risen despite a promise by the publicly-funded broadcaster to cut the figure by a fifth, Britain's spend
China has launched its first domestically designed and built aircraft carrier, state media said Wednesday, as the country seeks to transform its navy into a force capable of projecting power onto the
Samples obtained by French intelligence show that forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "undoubtedly" used sarin nerve gas in an April 4 attack in northern Syria, France's foreign minister
Press freedom has never been as threatened as it is now, in the "new post-truth era of fake news" after the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, Reporters Without Borders warned Wednesday
Prisoners told the Journal Sentinel that Thomas spent the last days of his life in agony, begging for water, in vain.
PALAMPUR, India (AP) — Women wailed as Indian soldiers carried a flag-draped coffin holding the body of one of their colleagues killed this week in a deadly ambush by autonomy-seeking Maoist rebels.
Promise of cut pay remains unfulfilled
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Some 200 taxis and buses have parked outside the government offices in Romania’s capital, Bucharest, demanding that Uber and other online taxi services be outlawed in
STUTTGART, Germany (AP) — Maria Sharapova returned to professional tennis on Wednesday after a 15-month doping ban, completing a one-hour training session on an empty center court less than 10 hours
Saudi Arabia offers Azerbaijan to jointly invest in third countries, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khalid Abdulaziz Al-Falih said.
PARIS (Reuters) - French police are questioning 10 people on suspicion of supplying weapons to an Islamist militant who attacked a Jewish deli in Paris in January 2015, killing four Jewish hostages, p
British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Wednesday hold talks with EU Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker and chief negotiator Michel Barnier, ahead of a summit to set the bl
PARIS (Reuters) - French intelligence services have concluded that forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad carried out a sarin nerve gas attack on April 4 in northern Syria and that Assad or
Turkish authorities detained 800 people overnight suspected of links to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, security sources said on Wednesday, in one
Saudi Arabia very much appreciates Azerbaijan’s contribution to the agreement to reduce oil production, which was reached in December 2016 in Vienna.
China on Wednesday launched a new aircraft carrier, boosting its military presence amid rising tensions in the region.
Of 193 cases in 2017, at least 181 were reported after the January 27 Muslim travel ban
OTTAWA - "Help keep our borders safe," read a recent fundraising pitch from the federal Conservative party — a plea the official Opposition is linking directly to the increased flow ......
Russia`s FSB security service said Wednesday it had foiled an attack by supporters of the Islamic State group on the far eastern island of Sakhalin, an oil and gas hub.
South Korean presidential frontrunner Moon Jae-In came under fire Wednesday for saying he did not like homosexuality, prompting angry protests at a campaign event by gay rights groups.
The volume of commercial gas production in Azerbaijan will reach 40 billion cubic meters per year until 2025.
PARIS (Reuters) - Jean-Luc Melenchon, the far left candidate who came fourth in the first round of France's presidential election with nearly 20 percent of the vote, is polling core supporters on whet
The construction of an LNG regasification terminal will be launched with SOCAR Trading’s involvement (marketing arm of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR) in Cote d'Ivoire in late 2017, Togrul Kocha
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — An unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile has been launched from a U.S. Air Force Base in California on a flight to a target in the Pacific Oc
Garegin Nzhdeh, an Armenian “hero”, nationalist and Nazi collaborator, is one example of someone who has not and perhaps can not be prosecuted, someone of power and position that has managed to avoid
Sweden on Tuesday released a second suspect held in connection with the deadly Stockholm truck attack earlier this month, prosecutors said, The Local writes. “The person is no longer a suspect,” the p