French anti-terrorist authorities were not investigating Saturday's shooting, although the interior minister activated a special emergency team to follow the case while the gunman was still at large.
Chief justice is convinced the Constitutional Court needs a reboot.
Britain has registered more than one million coronavirus cases during the global pandemic, with nearly 22,000 new infections reported in the last 24 hours, official figures showed Saturday.
President Emmanuel Macron lashed out at "distortions" from political leaders over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, saying too often people were led to believe that they were a creation of the French...
An attacker armed with a sawn-off shotgun on Saturday wounded an Orthodox priest in a shooting in the French city of Lyon before fleeing, said a police source.
Packaging on a batch of frozen pork imported from Brazil which had entered a district in Eastern China's Shandong province has tested positive for the coronavirus, the local government said.
The official was apprehended upon receiving the first part of the illegal benefit amounting to $100,000.
Rescuers raced against the clock to save people trapped under rubble in Turkey and Greece on Saturday as anguished mourners buried the first victims of a powerful earthquake that claimed 30 lives.
In the blink of an eye, BLM has gone from social media hashtag to an immensely influential movement and an organization with millions of dollars at its disposal to push messaging around defunding police departments as a way of addressing systemic ...
President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that China can no longer rely on its previous economic development model of depending on global exports and must build self-controlled, safe and reliable domestic...
The occupancy of beds in referral hospitals of the first wave for patients with coronavirus infection in Ukraine as of October 31 stands at 67.2%. This is evidenced by data released by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
Constitutional Court lays down mechanisms for declaring unconstitutional all possible decisions on return of provisions of anti-corruption legislation – Venislavsky.
The Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU), in its decision of October 27, laid down legal mechanisms for declaring unconstitutional all possible subsequent decisions on the return of the provisions of anti-corruption legislation, since the Constit...
Police sources said the blast, near the southern city of Samawa, 270 km south of Baghdad, occurred along a stretch of pipeline that goes near a militia camp.
At least three people were killed and more than 50 injured in a gas pipeline explosion in southern Iraq, police sources said on Saturday.
The ambassador says the Ukrainian people deserve visa-free travel.
Voters appear to recognize the moment: More than 86 million people have already cast ballots, shattering records for early voting.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden each has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. Biden’s is appreciably wider.
French President Emmanuel Macron expressed understanding that cartoons of the prophet Mohammed could shock Muslims, but said that this could never be used to justify violence, in an interview with...
Week's balance: Naftogaz raises gas price for households, Cabinet allocates billions to help unemployed and miners, while budget deficit keeps growing.
State-owned energy giant Naftogaz of Ukraine has raised by a third the gas price for households, the Cabinet of Ministers allocated almost UAH 3 billion for salaries to miners and payments to the unemployed, while the State Treasury announced a fo...
He will be remembered first as British agent 007, the character created by novelist Ian Fleming and immortalized by Connery in films starting with "“Dr. No" in 1962.
As of October 31, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine has released data on 108 winners in the elections of village, township, city heads.
Legendary British actor Sean Connery, best known for playing fictional spy James Bond in seven films, has died aged 90, the BBC reported on Saturday.
The Times of London reported that Johnson could announce a month-long lockdown as soon as Monday, though the government insists no decisions have been made.
Kyiv city has already reported 37,549 coronavirus cases, including 781 new cases recorded in past 24 hours.
Hundreds of women have marched through the streets of the Belarusian capital as protesters kept up their demand for the ouster of authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka.