A British man was sentenced to 30 years in prison by a French court on Friday for the horrific 2013 murder of a young mother out jogging.
French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron’s campaign has banished Russia Today and Sputnik, denying them accreditation after the candidate’s team said the pro-Kremlin outlets publish misleading information.
South Africa’s former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, who was dramatically fired by President Jacob Zuma, has warned that the ruling ANC party could lose power in the next election.
Actress and lifestyle maven Gwyneth Paltrow announced Friday she is launching a print magazine based on her style website Goop with publishing group Conde Nast.
In a Cairo church bombed by the Islamic State group just months ago, Pope Francis and the Coptic Orthodox patriarch sat side by side Friday and prayed near tangible reminders of the horrific attack.
New clashes erupted Friday between the Turkish army and a Syrian Kurdish militia seen as a terror group by Ankara but as a key ally by the United States in the fight against jihadists, the Turkish army said.
SpaceX on Sunday is scheduled to make its first military launch, with a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, which makes and operates spy satellites for the United States.
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor’s on Friday retained its AA status with negative outlook for the United Kingdom, citing “significant risk” due to Brexit.
EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said Friday that accession talks with Turkey have not been halted and she still wants it to join, if Ankara can meet necessary conditions.
Ninety-nine days into office President Donald Trump jetted into Atlanta, Georgia on Friday to address the National Rifle Association, earning a triumphant welcome from the hugely powerful US gun lobby.
Albania’s parliament on Friday elected speaker Ilir Meta as the Balkan country’s new president, a largely ceremonial post for which he was supported by the governing Socialist party.