A huge spiderweb is covering 300 metres of vegetation in Aetoliko, Greece
The president visited the site, where 40 passengers and crew members aboard United Airlines Flight 93 died after terrorists hijacked the plane Sept. 11, 2001, earlier this month.
An animal rescue volunteer came to the aid of a number of dogs that had been left stranded in floods in North Carolina after Hurricane Florence.
Thousands have been left without power after severe winds battered Ireland.
Members of the Syrian Civil Defence in Idlib province demonstrated on Tuesday against the targeting of their facilities and volunteers by Syrian forces and their allies.
At least 3 people have been shot in an attack on a software company near the city of Madison, Wisconsin.
A British woman has finally received the keys San Ferdinando after tracking down her long lost Italian relatives to the city in the 1990s.
Raw Politics: Brexit standoff, the migration crisis and the failing upwards phenomenon
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Should the EU have intervened earlier in Hungary and Poland, as they both face possible disciplinary
"It may simply be in Hungary we have left things so late, it's really really difficult to reverse that kind of anti democratic trend."
One year on from after an earthquake struck Mexico City, families are still waiting to return to their home.
Raw Politics: breaking down the Brexit 'Irish border' issue
The 16th Pyongyang Film Festival opened on Wednesday, offering North Koreans a rare opportunity to watch foreign films.
Festival pitches itself as major forum for co-productions in the former Kazakh capital, the cradle of Soviet cinema with a long tradition of filmmaking.
As a next step, North Korea will allow experts from "concerned countries" to watch the its closure
University students at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid are demanding the resignation of the rector due to 'numerous scandals'