But Pep Guardiola says Manchester City can beat Liverpool in their Champions League quarter finals. The City manager says they need to be positive and have a perfect game to have any chance against the Reds
International Roma Day shines light on social inclusion and poverty issues
A hockey arena became the epicenter of grief for a small Canadian town on Sunday, as friends, relatives and those that housed the young hockey players gathered to mourn 15 people killed after a semi-trailer slammed into a bus carrying a youth hockey team in western Canada.
Raftlike homes and buoyant buildings may be a fix for rising sea levels.
With Hungary's Viktor Orban sealing a third consecutive election win, what should Europe take from it?
The family photos, the ruby slippers and the Oscar-award nomination of the actress are part of the exhibition.
Britain's Prince Charles visited an indigenous art centre in Australia's Northern Territory Monday, on the final leg of his visit to the country.
With the clock ticking dwn and only two month remaning until the World Cup finals Japan have sacked Vahid Halilhodzic as head coach of the national team.
Israel has struck inside Syria more than 100 times since 2012.
President Macron attends ceremony to assure EU partner Portugal of France's undying thanks for their sacrifice in the failed 1918 German Spring offensive.
German unions striking for higher pay in industrial action planned deep into the month, while French action a sign of possible things to come this summer.
Skeptical of multi-culturalism in Germany? Feel let down by mainstream politics on the issue of immigrants? Ali Can, founder of the ‘concerned citizens hotline’, wants to talk.
Our exclusive interview with Frederic Simon of Alila Hotels
Slippery conditions made the unique and demanding UK wife-carrying championships even more challenging as participants traversed the course in Dorking, south-east England on Sunday (April 8).