German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron say they want to agree Eurozone reforms by June.
Saudi Arabia opens first cinema complex in more than three decades in Riyadh.
Netflix has unveiled several new series based in Europe, including its first from the Netherlands.
British humour emerges from hibernation at the first sign of summer.
Design festival expected to draw nearly 300,000 visitors.
Britain's media regulator has opened seven investigations into whether Russian news channel RT broke impartiality rules in broadcasts made since a Russian double-agent was poisoned in the English city of Salisbury last month
The strongman's ruling party "has been suffering from an image problem in the U.S."
Three men have been filmed bursting into a packed Senate in Nigeria and stealing a symbolic mace.
The US president, hosting the visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, also said that if the meeting went ahead but was not working, then he would walk away.
New telescope will look further than before for new worlds capable of sustaining life, and compile catalogue for global astronomers to use.
A Minnesota prosecutor will announce the results of a two-year investigation.
Demonstrators claim former president Serzh Sarkisyan has mounted a power grab by moving from one job to the other, and his actions threaten democracy.
Russia's ambassador to the UN cited Lewis Carroll at the UN Security Council and says Russia's western partners are not interested in the truth.
Inspectors from the global chemical weapons watch dog are no nearer gaining access to Syria's Douma
The team that brought you driverless cars and Siri is now fighting a new kind of war on information.