Statisticians have tallied the number women working in parliaments around the world and ranked countries from highest to lowest. So how did Europe do?
The Venezuelan refugee crisis in Brazil has worsened, with hundreds pouring into the country on a daily basis, official statistics showed.
The European Union continues to support Kiev with aid and Russian sanctions, says the bloc's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
A Bangladeshi aircraft carrying 67 passengers and four crew crashed on landing at Nepal's Kathmandu airport on Monday, March 12
Dutchman Frank de Boer said it was a "pity" the 20-year-old Rashford played under the Portuguese.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Eurozone reforms might take a back seat, as the new German government settles in and resistance withing
Chancellor Angela Merkel says "it's finally time to start work" as Germany's new coalition government prepares to take office.
The Torii gate is one of the wonders of Japan's shrines, and Euronews found the best way to explore it, is by kayak.
Nearly 1,500 swimmers from over 35 countries took part in the event, plunging into sub zero temperatures.
Researchers working together in Utrecht and London are making life-changing leaps
The French far-right is trying to change its name, but observers note a clumsy similarity between the proposed new moniker and a WWII fascist group that allied with the Nazis during the occupation.
Arms imports by Middle East countries mired in violent conflict have doubled in 10 years — and the US and Europe remain the major suppliers, according to latest research.
Sports Minister condemns action by one of Greece's richest men, who wears holstered automatic alongside bodyguards when confronting referee after disallowed goal.