The Group of Seven industrialized nations presented a stern common front against Russian aggression Sunday at their foreign ministers conference in Toronto.
A road accident in North Korea has caused “heavy casualties” among Chinese tourists, the foreign ministry in Beijing said on Monday.
Paraguay's Mario Abdo Benitez, who represents the country's long-dominant Colorado conservatives, was elected as president on Sunday, landing the top job in one of Latin America's poorest countries.
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega on Sunday agreed to scrap a highly-controversial pension reform that sparked four days of violence which left 24 people dead.
France's National Assembly has passed a controversial immigration law that has exposed unprecedented divisions in President Emmanuel Macron's young centrist party.
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On the eve of his three-day state visit to Washington, French President Emmanuel Macron warned against trade wars, being "weak" on Russia and touted the benefits of the Iran nuclear deal in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News Sunday.
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French President Emmanuel Macron begins a state visit to Washington on Monday that will bring together two world leaders who have forged an unlikely bond.
Saudi Arabia held its first public screening of a film in 35 years on April 18 – showing the keenness of new Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (nicknamed MBS) to develop a lucrative entertainment industry for his country.
Germany's centre-left Social Democrats on Sunday elected Andrea Nahles, a combative and outspoken former labour minister, as the first woman leader of the 155-year-old party.
France’s waves of strikes and protests over President Emmanuel Macron’s reform agenda have invited comparisons with the iconic upheaval of 1968 and the strikes that killed similar reform efforts in 1995. But it seems this time may be different.
Mont-Saint-Michel reopened Sunday afternoon after being evacuated "as a precautionary measure" when a man made aggressive comments aboard a bus headed to the Normandy islet and threatened to attack local police.
Scientists in Britain and the United States say they have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme that could help in the future fight against pollution.
An Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 57 people including women and children and wounded 119 outside a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday in the latest attack on election preparations.