Russia and America tried to ease the logjam on Syrian peace talks in Geneva on Thursday. US Secretary of State John Kerry met with President Vladimir
Tributes to footballing legend Johan Cruyff have been flooding in since it was announced on Thursday the former Netherlands international has died
Fanny Klein was one among thousands in Brussels Zaventem airport on March 22, 2015, on what appeared to be a normal morning. Injured in the suicide
EU interior and justice ministers held a crisis meeting in Brussels on Thursday to establish a joint response following the deadly terror attacks in
In the wake of the Brussels bombings, tourism industry analysts say travellers are getting less likely to shy away from locations after terrorism attacks with hotel occupancy recovery times shortening
Video alleged to show Palestinian youth being shot in the head while immobile on the ground
Thomas de Gendt celebrate a solo victory on stage 4 of the Volta a Catalunya on Thursday. The Belgian was part of an early break in the day’s action
Belgian police are a hunting for a “third man” filmed with two suicide bombers at Brussels Airport, in the wake of Tuesday’s attacks in the capital
Apple is about find out if its gamble of producing a smaller, less expensive iPhone is going to pay off as the SE model starts shipping and arriving in its stores.
The Art Basel Hong Kong fair has opened its doors to the public – 239 galleries from 35 countries are looking for art buyers. The fair, which is in
The imam of Brussel’s Grand Mosque says that Muslim condemnation of the recent terrorist attacks in the city “is not enough anymore.” Galaye Ndiaye
Red, the animated character in the upcoming ‘The Angry Birds Movie’, was named Honorary Ambassador for Green on the International Day of Happiness at
French carmaker Renault is recalling 10,649 of its Zoe electric vehicles as a preventative move to check brake fluid hoses that could rupture.
A ride-hailing battle is underway in Indian where Uber is suing Ola accusing its rival of creating fake accounts and making false bookings to interfere with its business.
Congo Republic President Denis Sassou Nguesso has been re-elected for a five-year term following a landslide victory. The Interior Ministry announced
Analysts say the European Central Bank could end up owning as much as a quarter of all eurozone government bonds which risks distorting the market.
One day after Credit Suisse said it is accelerating its cost-cutting plan and will cut a further 2,000 jobs, we learned what Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam is being paid.