Germany, 1989: Snow falls as an excited crowd breaks through the Wall and people tearfully embrace loved ones after decades of living apart. Berlin? Wrong.
Angry demonstrators went on the rampage in Burkina Faso on Thursday, setting Parliament ablaze in a surge of violence that forced the government to scrap a vote on controversial plans to allow Preside
Those who live in emerging economies are considerably more satisfied with their lives than they were seven years ago, according to a global public opinion survey published Thursday.
Islamists clashed with the police in several Bangladesh cities on Thursday as part of a nationwide strike to protest against their leader being sentenced to death for war crimes, the police said.
The Federal Reserve decided on Wednesday to end its quantitative easing stimulus programme, after six years of pumping easy money into the US economy via asset purchases to shore up growth.
Communist power is a “fundamental requirement” to ensure the rule of law in China, a party official said Thursday, days after a meeting of the organisation’s top leaders in Beijing.
Younis Khan became the first batsman in 90 years to hit three hundreds in consecutive innings against Australia as Pakistan took an early advantage in the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
Defending champions begin Copa del Rey defence on a high
Former world no. 1 Caroline Wozniacki knows just what to expect when she steps on a tennis court, but tackling the New York City Marathon is another matter.
Shows young woman being pestered on New York streets