Opposition MPs in Poland have vowed to continue their blockade of parliament in a bid to force a re-run of a disputed budget vote.
Business Line reviews some of 2016's main economic changes and the responses of the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and Bank of England.
It’s not everyday that you bump into the pope buying shoes, but that is exactly what happened to astonished customers in one pharmacy in Rome on Tuesday, when the pontiff picked up a pair near the Hol
Sevil Shhaideh, a Muslim woman from Romania's Tartar minority, was nominated on Wednesday for the role of PM, a double first for Romania
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova is expected to face six months out of action as she recovers from a knife attack.
Israel’s former president Moshe Katsav has walked free from prison, winning early release, five years after being jailed for rape.
It is just one small step towards understanding one of the great mysteries of the universe - why does anything exist?
Germany’s far-right has blamed Angela Merkel’s open door refugee policy for the Berlin Christmas market attack.
Borussia Monchengladbach have parted ways with head coach Andre Schubert following a poor string of results that have left the club just three points above the Bundesliga drop…
Bana Alabed the seven-year-old Syrian girl who captured the imagination of Western media from inside besieged Aleppo has met Turkey's President
2016 was a heavy year for news, so I invited a few of my colleagues to take a look back at what happened and try to make sense of some key events.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that two million Spanish mortgage holders are entitled to bank refunds because they paid too much interest.
There was sporadic gunfire across Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a day after deadly clashes between the security forces and anti-government protesters.
A detailed rundown of events surrounding the Berlin truck attack
The picture of off-duty cop Mevlut Mert Altintas standing calmly behind his soon-to-be murder victim has chilled as much as it has shocked.
Jerusalem kicked off the Christmas season and festivities with a ‘Santa’ on a camel distributing Christmas trees to residents in the old city.
More than 500 troops from Japan’s Ground Self Defence Forces (JSDF) have participated in an annual clean-up exercise at the historic Himeji Castle.
Joachim Gauck spent time with victims due to undergo operations and described the lorry attack on a Christmas market as 'an assault on our way of life'.
Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas.
From the dizzying heights of a skyscraper in Beijing, the scale of China’s pollution problem becomes apparent.
The outgoing president has used an old law to try to protect the regions permanently from exploration, before Donald Trump takes office.