"The big battle is whether in fact he gets jail time," a former federal prosecutor said.
The Swedish pop group Abba have returned to the recording studio for the first time since the 1980s. The quartet revealed the news on Instagram on Friday.
Following mass protests against the sentences handed down to a gang of sex offenders, Spain says it will review its laws on sexual offences
The foreign influence on economics and politics and their effects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Since Gulen and the AKP have fallen apart in Turkey, the country has been hell bent on destroying the whole structure, which is going against the interest of Bosnia Herzegovina
From history made on the Korean peninsula on Friday to the first real-life Transformer unveiled, here is our No Comment review of the week.
Eurozone meeting follows Jean Claude Juncker's visit to Athens, where he talked of a "clean exit" from bailout programme in summer
There are plenty of potential caveats to Friday's extraordinary "no more war" announcement from North and South Korea, experts say.
Abba are back in the studio
Uighurs accuse Beijing of oppressing them, in part by forcibly detaining many of their community in re-education camps where they're subjected to Chinese state propaganda.
This week, Inspire Middle East tours the Arabian Travel Market, a leading event for the tourism industry looking at the future of travel in the region. We also report on the real-estate event Cityscape Abu Dhabi to discover how much affordable housing really costs in today’s money.
Organisers in Lisbon won't be putting on light-shows or videowalls for acts taking part in the annual songfest on May 12. Performers can, however, provide their own effects
Tia Freeman used shoe laces and a pocket knife to cut the umbelical cord after giving birth in her hotel room bath.
Liverpool Football Club has requested a meeting with Italian police ahead of its Champions League semi-final second leg with Roma.
Two Greek soldiers entered Turkish territory in March and Turkey's judiciary says it's still trying to establish whether they did so inadvertently or deliberately.
Mike Pompeo is in Brussels to meet with NATO officials just hours after becoming US Secretary of State
Compared to other parts of the world, the Americas have twice the homicide rate of Africa and ten times the rate of Europe.
EU police agency claims it has punched a big hole in ISIL’s propaganda machine. Experts have cast doubt on whether this is the case.
Staff say the trio were all alone when they were found in a mountainous region, with their mother nowhere to be seen
Otto Warmbier fell into a coma while serving time in a North Korean jail, was released after a visit from Dennis Rodman to Pyongyang, but died shortly after returning home without regaining consciousness.