A Moroccan magazine said Friday it had chosen to depict President François Hollande as Hitler on its cover in order to draw attention to escalating anti-Muslim acts in France.
The head of the Eurogroup warned on Friday that Greece could not ignore its international obligations, after a first meeting with the new anti-austerity government that wants to renegotiate its multi-billion-euro bailout.
The daughter of France’s richest woman told a courtroom on Friday that millionaire artist François-Marie Banier conspired to ruin relations between the two women as a dramatic legal case came to a head in the southwest city of Bordeaux.
After a three-week flirtation with another run for US president, Republican Mitt Romney definitively stated Friday that he will not seek his party's nomination for the White House in 2016.
A bomb blast ripped through a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan as worshippers were gathering for Friday prayers, killing 35 people and wounding dozens, officials said.
World number one Novak Djokovic fought off defending champion Stan Wawrinka over five sets to reach his fifth Australian Open final on Friday, where he will meet Andy Murray.
Under the glare of TV camera lights, they have gathered over the past few nights outside the Royal Court in the Jordanian capital of Amman in a brazen display of rage against the policies of the reigning absolute monarch.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe took over the post of African Union (AU) chairman on Friday, replacing Mauritania's President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.
AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS
Thursday’s quarter-final draw at the Africa Cup of Nations has set up a historic clash between the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighbours Congo Brazzaville, as well as a showdown between favourites Algeria and Ivory Coast.
The bitter rivalry between Australian Open finalists Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova took root on the hallowed Wimbledon turf in 2004 and is still thriving more than a decade later -- both on and off the court.
JORDAN - JAPAN
Families of a Japanese journalist and Jordanian military pilot remained in limbo Friday, a day after the latest purported deadline for a possible prisoner swap passed with no further word from the Islamic State group holding them captive.
A Google traffic app that allows users to tag the location of police has come under fire from US law enforcement for allegedly endangering officers’ lives. But supporters of Waze say police are simply uncomfortable being monitored by the public.
The African Union has endorsed a plan to set up a regional task force of 7,500 to fight Boko Haram militants, a senior official said on Thursday, in a key step towards securing UN Security Council backing.