God enters the digital age in ParisThe Catholic Church has gone contactless in one parish in Paris: now you can simply touch your credit card to donate.
More than a dozen dead, including foreigners, in attack on Kabul hotelGunmen in army uniforms who stormed Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel late on Saturday and battled Afghan Special Forces through the night killed at least 18 people and wounded 12…
On The Observers
After huge US crowds, European women join chorus for changeThousands of people on two continents picked up the baton from the United States and rallied Sunday in solidarity with women demanding equality, justice and an end to sexual…
DR Congo security forces kill several while dispersing anti-Kabila protestCongolese security forces shot dead at least six people and fired tear gas to disperse a banned protest against President Joseph Kabila organised by the Catholic Church on…
Macron shares African outrage on Trump's 'shithole countries' commentFrench President Emmanuel Macron says he shares the outrage over President Donald Trump's disparaging comment about Africa, arguing that such language hurts efforts to bring…
SYRIA - TURKEY
Turkey aims to create 30km 'secure zone' in Syria, says PMTurkish troops and Syrian opposition forces attacked a Kurdish enclave in northern Syria on Sunday in their bid to drive a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia from the region.
Tens of thousands of Greeks protest over Macedonia nameMore than 50,000 protesters massed in the streets of northern Greece's biggest city Thessaloniki on Sunday, police said, in a long-running row between Athens and Skopje over the…
‘Everyone was watching everyone’: Interpreting for the US in IraqNidal was an interpreter for the Americans for five years during their occupation of Iraq. In the eyes of many fellow Iraqis, he is a traitor – but he says he had no other choice.
Police, protestors clash over disputed election in HondurasActivists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras on Saturday as part of nationwide protests against the contested re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Man charged in France for planning terror attackFrench authorities on Saturday charged a 33-year-old man, who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State Group in a video, with planning a terror attack, judicial sources said.
Nigel Farage, the middle man between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks?Nigel Farage allegedly held several secret meetings with Julian Assange and gave him a USB stick with data on it, a US congressional enquiry has heard.
Video: Jewel Howard-Taylor, Liberia's controversial vice-president-electJewel Howard-Taylor, the controversial vice-president-elect of Liberia
French prison unions vote to continue strikeA week-long French prison strike sparked by a spate of inmate attacks on guards looks set to enter a second week after unions on Saturday rejected proposals to end the standoff.