Trump moves to crack down on asylum seekers ahead of U.S. elections
The spacecraft, which discovered some 2,600 planets outside of the solar system, has run out of fuel.
World stocks start month firmer as risk sentiment rebounds
Looking to extract the most from forests for Europe's bioeconomy of the future, the EU is investing & innovating.
Romania is set to debate legalising same-sex civil unions — just weeks after a referendum that tried to bury the idea of gay marriage.
In her 50th role, the Bulgarian soprano unites with Daniel Barenboim in an unforgettable opera.
A rare 'Dumbo' octopus was spotted by scientists during a deep-sea research dive done by their unmanned robotic submersible off the coast of California.
An artist has been arrested after painting a dove in red on Gen. Francisco Franco's tomb, an attack that comes as debate rages in Spain over the exhumation of the country's 20th-century dictator
A ferry collided with a crane at the port of Barcelona on Wednesday (October 31), causing the crane to fall over and start a fire, eyewitness video showed.
A mammoth operation to remove infected tusk
After Venice, Hong Kong and Singapore, the 72 watches selected by the jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) are arrived at the final stage of their international journey.
The politician said she had been reluctant to go public with the personal action, but wanted “to make this initiative known to all those who can and want to contribute”.
Olia Kedik, also known as Olia Moda, is a Russian fashion blogger based in San Francisco, California. Her Instagram account was hacked in early August 2018, and hackers bribed her to pay 350 dollars to get it back.
Trump associate Arron Banks denies any Russian link to his pro-Brexit donations during the 2016 referendum campaign.
Police reportedly deployed 15,000 officers across the country in anticipation of violence on Halloween.
Residents of a village in Essex, United Kingdom, have expressed anger over a photo used in a Republican campaign advertisement.
Over the years, her case has been linked to everything from the plot to kill St. John Paul II to the Vatican bank's financial scandal.
A probe into Brexit campaign backer Arron Banks has moved beyond electoral law offences, say crime chiefs.
Banks, who helped finance the Leave