Danish police say they have arrested a third man suspected of assisting a gunman who killed two people in attacks in Copenhagen this month.
Islamic State militants released a video Thursday showing the destruction of priceless ancient artefacts in the Iraqi city of Mosul, an act that archeologists have described as an attack on the world’s “universal heritage”.
France said Wednesday it will encourage imams to take civics lessons amid fears of growing radicalisation among its Muslim community. But could the country be jeopardizing its secularist tradition by treading on religious ground?
A Picasso painting, snatched more than a decade ago from a storeroom in Paris, has surfaced in New York and will be returned to the French government, US officials said Thursday.
The UN Security Council will hold an emergency session to discuss the situation in Ukraine on Friday, exactly a year since Russian troops and pro-Moscow forces began seizing territory in the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.
The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) holds its Spring conference Friday amid a glow of optimism, with the anti-immigration, Eurosceptic party riding high in the polls ahead of this year’s general election.
A UN-blacklisted North Korean shipping company has renamed most of its vessels in a bid to disguise their origin and continues its illicit shipments in violation of United Nations sanctions, according to a report seen by Reuters on Wednesday.
A prominent American blogger of Bangladeshi origin was hacked to death with machetes by unidentified assailants in Dhaka on Thursday, police said, with the atheist writer’s family claiming he had received numerous threats from radical Islamists.
Goals from Mario Gomez and Mohamed Salah sent Fiorentina into the last-16 of the Europa League on Thursday as they beat Tottenham 2-0 on the night and 3-1 on aggregate.
With just one month to go ahead of March 28 elections, Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan visited the scene of a Boko Haram massacre in the northern city of Baga on Thursday and vowed that the insurgency would soon be over.
An Argentine judge on Thursday dismissed allegations against President Cristina Fernandez that she tried to cover up Iran's purported involvement in a deadly bombing of a Jewish center in 1994.
The city of Paris appeared to have buried the hatchet with Airbnb on Thursday after the short-term rental website promised to comply with city regulations to start collecting a lodgings tax. Paris is the No. 1 destination for Airbnb users.
A French court has sentenced a 69-year-old man to prison for throwing plaster grenades and shooting at a mosque in western France. The man said he had acted in anger over a deadly attack by Islamist gunmen on satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
“Jihadi John”, the masked Islamic State (IS) group militant who appears in several beheading videos, has been identified by media and US officials as Mohammed Emwazi, a computer programmer from London. UK officials have not confirmed the reports.