A judge has dismissed a lawsuit claiming Porsche was responsible for crash that killed fast and furious actor Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas.
Belgian truck drivers and farmers are protesting against new toll rates by blocking roads and highways and the country's frontiers in Wallonia.
South Africa's scandal-ridden President Jacob Zuma has survived an impeachment vote
Home wins in the Champions League as Barcelona beat Atletico and Bayern beat Benfica. Louis Suarez scored a brace for Barcelona to give the Catalan
British Prime Minister David Cameron has denied he or his family gain any additional income from offshore funds. #panamapapers leak spells the 'end
Greece has postponed the return of the next group of migrants to Turkey until Friday, according to reports quoting at least one Turkish official. The
With a kind quarter-final draw and high hopes of reaching the Champions League semis, Paris St Germain manager Laurent Blanc says Man City have more
He was elected as head of FIFA with a promise to clean up football’s world governing body. Yet files seen by the Guardian newspapers in the Panama
How a year-long investigation by some 370 journalists from nearly 80 countries unveiled the secret financial dealings of the world's rich and powerful.
The International Criminal Court has thrown out election violence charges against Kenya’s Vice-President William Ruto and ended his trial. It also
With the Brussels and Paris attacks fresh on everyone’s mind and France poised to host the Euro 2016 football tournament. Authorities in the French
Lionel Messi’s troubles with the tax authorities show no sign of abating. The star is already due in court at the end of May after he and his father
Two of the biggest banks at the centre of the Panama Papers revelations have rejected claims they were actively using offshore accounts to help
Yao Ming the eight-time NBA All-Star is poised to be inducted into the basketball hall of fame. The 6ft 7in-tall player, who has spent his
This Thursday sees the kick off of the Masters, golf’s first Grand Slam of the season. The tournament is shaping up as one of the best in recent
For the first time in four years there has been a rise in global defence spending according to the latest report by the Stockholm International
A new survey indicates Euro zone business growth edged up last month from February’s 13-month low as demand weakened, particularly for services
Official data shows Eurozone retail sales to be stronger than expected. The month on month figure went up by 0.2 percent in February, while the
Islamist rebels have shot down a Syrian government aircraft over Aleppo. Reports suggest that militants from the Nusra Front have captured the pilot
Iceland’s Prime Minister, Sigmunder Gunnlaugsson has asked for parliament to be dissolved in the wake of the ‘Panama Papers’ scandal. However
Europeans spend more than 24 billion euros a year on illicit drugs, according to a new report published on Tuesday. The joint EU-Europol study found
Nagorno-Karabakh is a geographical area near the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. It is a mountainous and heavily-forested patch of land that