Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the crisis over North Korea’s nuclear programme with US counterpart Donald Trump in a phone call Thursday, the Kremlin said.
A US judge on Thursday sentenced two nephews of Venezuela’s first lady to 18 years in prison for conspiring to smuggle cocaine into the United States.
At least four children were killed and 19 people injured, seven seriously, on Thursday when a train crashed into a school bus at a level crossing in southern France.
Voters like David Hornos drove separatist parties to success in Catalonia’s last election in 2015, giving them an absolute majority of seats in the Spanish region’s parliament for the first time.
Australian institutions “seriously failed” children in their care over decades with tens of thousands sexually abused, the final report from a five-year inquiry said Friday, calling it a “national tragedy”.
Facing extinction due to ubiquitous mobile phones, Britain’s classic red telephone boxes are being saved from death row by ingenious conversions into all sorts of new uses.
For migrants who escape torture and starvation at the hands of people traffickers, a “Safe House” in an oasis town offers a rare commodity in Libya: shelter and medical care.
South Korean news media on Friday expressed anger and outrage after Chinese security guards beat and severely injured a South Korean photojournalist covering President Moon Jae-In’s visit to Beijing.
Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski late Thursday rejected demands he resign, brushing aside an opposition ultimatum to step down or face impeachment over allegations he received bribes from Brazilian contractor Odebrecht.
Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson on Friday accused Harvey Weinstein of orchestrating a smear campaign decades ago against actresses who have since come forward to accuse the disgraced producer of sexual harassment.
Zimbabwe’s new agriculture minister has ordered people illegally occupying formerly white-owned commercial farms to vacate, nearly two decades after violent land grabs led by ousted ex-president Robert Mugabe, state media said Thursday.