More than 100,000 Greeks have protested in the city of Thessaloniki to demand the country of Macedonia stops using the name.
President Aleksander Vucic of Serbia made a hastily arranged visit to Kosovo to ease the fears of ethnic Serbs — fears that critics say he has stoked.
As the #MeToo reckoning continues, a woman returning to Brisbane confronts the masculinity of work.
Priests and clergymen compete in Poland's annual Pope John Paul II skiing competition.
With the closing of plants like a 126-year-old G.E. factory, many in Peterborough, Ontario, scoff at the idea that Nafta benefits only Canada and Mexico.
Callers to the White House this weekend got an unusual message from Mr Trump's staff.
The Social Democrats vote to open formal negotiations with Chancellor Merkel's conservatives.
The Social Democrats will enter formal talks with the chancellor’s Christian Democrats, but the party’s grass roots would have to approve a final deal.
Germany's centre-left party has agreed to coalition talks with Angela Merkel's conservatives after four months of deadlock.
The Cranberries singer lies in repose in her home city of Limerick, where hundreds have gathered.
Protesters gathered in the Democratic Republic of Congo for the second time in less than a month, demanding elections and an end to Joseph Kabila’s extended presidency.
Officers fired on a crowd that had reportedly begun shouting anti-government slogans.
The number of people murdered in Mexico reached a record high in 2017 as a wave of violence sweeps across the country.
Captured in Mosul, she was found guilty of giving logistical support and helping carry out attacks.
Grigor Dimitrov ends home hopes of a men's champion with a stunning victory over Nick Kyrgios at the Australian Open.
Turkish troops, armoured vehicles and special forces have moved three miles (5km) inside the Kurdish-controlled Afrin area of northern Syria.
An eyewitness recounts the terrifying moment gunmen burst into a Kabul hotel shooting diners.
At least one person is killed during a crackdown on protests against President Joseph Kabila.
Hundreds of people are gathering to pay their respects to Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan whose body is in public repose.
Kyle Edmund recorded the most significant victory of his career by beating Andreas Seppi in four sets to reach his maiden Grand Slam quarter-final.
US-backed militants deny Turkish reports, saying they have "repelled" attacks in northern Syria.
France would "probably" have voted to leave the EU if it had held an in/out referendum, according to the country's leader.
The team is on a landmark visit to inspect cultural venues for next month's Winter Olympics.
Many workers were trapped on the upper floors as they were making firecrackers, although the police said the factory had been licensed to make plastic items.
Pope Francis speaks out as he holds Mass in Trujillo, Peru.
Officials declared an overnight attack on the Intercontinental Hotel over, saying 160 people, including 41 foreigners, had been rescued. Five civilians died, as well as four assailants.
France's president criticises Donald Trump's crude comment about African countries, in a BBC interview.
The US Senate will hold a rare Sunday session to try to break the impasse over federal funding.
Police officers were charged by elephants while staking out a suspected cannabis farm, dropping an automatic rifle amid the chaos.
The advance team of North Koreans, headed by Hyon Song-wol, one of the North’s best-known propaganda singers, arrived in the South on Sunday.
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