An Egyptian court sentenced 78 teenage boys to between two and five years in prison Wednesday for joining protests demanding the return of the ousted Islamist President, judicial sources said.
Jean-Claude Juncker sailed through a European Parliament no confidence vote over the “Luxleaks” tax scandal Thursday, but the European Commission chief still faces awkward questions just a month into
Khamenei says he is not opposed to nuclear talks extension
More than 9,000 flights were cancelled or delayed in the US northeast as a winter storm snarled travel for Americans eager to celebrate Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday, which kicks off one of the year
A British court is to rule on whether a woman committed a “crime of violence” against her child by drinking heavily during pregnancy, in a case that has raised concerns about criminalising mothers.
Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a blow to his re-election campaign on Thursday after his pledge to cut migration to the tens of thousands was undercut by new data showing a net 260,000 people mo
A large blast rocked Kabul on Thursday evening, followed by gunfire in the Afghan capital’s central district that houses many embassies and foreign compounds, journalists reported.
Tensions eased in the St.
First the dramatic comeback, then the frenzied campaign, and now France’s ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy is limbering up for his potential springboard back into office: the leadership of his right-wing
Russia said on Wednesday it would support President Bashar al-Assad to combat “terrorism” in West Asia, indicating there was no new room for compromise on one of the key contentious issues in the Syri