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The bodies of 15 people, including six children, were found in Sri Lank after a police raid on a militant hideout triggered a fierce gun battle.
Spain's Socialists are considering their next move after coming top in Sunday's parliamentary election, but failing to win an outright majority.
Frans Timmermans, the Socialist candidate for the EU's top job, told Euronews that political predators were taking advantage of the so-called migration crisis.
In an interview with Euronews, EU's top job candidate Frans Timmermans made the case for a CO2 tax at the European level.
Speaking at the annual NRA meeting on Friday, President Trump accused Democrats and U.S. intelligence of using the Mueller investigation as an attempted "overthrow"
The two 19-year-old students are not a couple but wanted to make a statement against the minister's conservative agenda.
Object appears to be thrown at President Trump during speech
Iohannis, who called the controversial referendum, has accused the PSD of a sustained "assault on justice" and trying to undermine the rule of law.
While we are all used to businesses closing for the weekend, a whole country shutting up shop is another thing.
In these Spanish elections, political parties are not only waging a battle for voters on the streets but also on social media.
The former vice president only joined the 2020 contest Thursday, but already he and the current occupant of the White House are trading shots.
A routine medical check on a 12-year-old polar bear at Brookfield Zoo in the United States has been carried out to extract a sample for artificial insemination.
Indigenous leaders met with lawmakers to discuss land rights and the role of their communities in the protection of the environment Thursday amid protests against the policies of Brazil's new far-right president.
With one month to go until voters across Europe head to the polls, this week we're explaining exactly what the European Parliament does, examining the role of data electioneering in a post-Cambridge Analytica age and meeting three very different candidates
New research indicates that everything is moving about 9 percent too fast.
Ukraine marked on Friday the 33rd anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, when the 4th unit of the plant exploded in the early hours of April 26, 1986.
Pret a Manger had originally planned to get rid of the much-loved horse-zebra statue at Brussels' Midi station, but has since overturned its decision after public upset
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The American University grad student and gun rights activist worked as an unregistered foreign agent for the Kremlin
It’s being billed as the next frontier in commercial travel… the space race! Plus, the low down on the innovative ways brands are reaching their customers.
And keeping tabs on Donald Trump’s transatlantic trade tussle.
First time voters and the influence of a new party are likely to change the political landscape in the upcoming Spanish general election. There are around 35 million eligible voters, with just over a million young people who could go to the polls for the first time. They have a new set of concerns.
Detectives investigating the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland last week made a fresh appeal to the local community who they believe know the gunman's identity.
Spain's politicians entered the final stretch of campaigning before voters go to the polls on Sunday as all the main parties held their last mass rallies
On September 25th, Hazza Al Mansoori will mark a historic moment for the UAE as the first Emirati astronaut to be sent into space.
Ukraine marks the 33rd anniversary of Chornobyl disaster, the biggest one in the history of nuclear energy.
The UAE space programme is striking partnerships with established space players as it seeks to turn its space dreams of Mars exploration and human spaceflight into reality.
In a joint statement released on Friday, the UK and Ireland's leaders announced a new round of political talks to revive Northern Ireland's devolved government.
The president spoke amid a big increase in the number of cases of the highly contagious virus.
"I believe one of the reasons why the extreme right is on the rise in many parts of Europe is people are fed up with the way the financial sector has been behaving."
The ambitious autocrats are more natural allies, and the U.S. is at risk of being squeezed out.