The EU Court of Justice ruled against two Airbnb owners who were fined after repeatedly and without authorisation rent for short periods to a transient clientele.
Bulgarian anti-government protesters, who started a movement against Prime Minister Boyko Borissov back in July, are still calling for the entire government to resign.
This museum in Poland has found a novel way to educate its audience: through make-up tutorial vlogs based on the beauty routines of 17th-century monarchs.
Tehran now wields considerable political and economic influence in neighbouring Iraq with some Iraqis deploring that their country was "handed over to Iran".
COVAX aims to make 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine available by the end of next year, although rich countries are said to have reserved more than half of the world’s global capacity.
The US President says he expects to decide by the weekend on a Supreme Court replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, ignoring Democratic objections.
A pod of pilot whales stranded on sandbars off Australia's southern island of Tasmania state.
The Nepalese Sherpa guide received international fame after climbing Mount Everest for the tenth time 1996.
The prime minister has announced tighter restrictions and tougher fines, as the government tries to curb a surge in coronavirus cases.
Lonsdale acted under Orson Welles, Steven Spielberg, Francois Truffaut and Louis Malle.
Residents of Muslim-majority Sandzak say that Belgrade has never recognised its responsibility for the violence of the 1990s.
Oxfam International and the Stockholm Environment Institute made the claim in a new report published on Monday (September 21).
Resettlement programmes were put on pause by coronavirus pandemic, leaving refugees heading to EU countries to start a new life in limbo. The EU's new Migration Pact needs to be more ambitious in what it can do for those needed sanctuary.
The ideological balance of the nine-member court is crucial to its rulings on the most important issues in US law..
Massive sums of allegedly dirty money have flowed for years through some of the world's largest banking institutions, an international journalism investigation says.
The opposition leader has called for a bolder response from the EU over Alexander Lukashenko's refusal to relax his grip on power.
The TV shows Schitt’s Creek, Succession and Watchmen were the big winners at the Emmy Awards on Sunday - this year dubbed ‘The Pandemmys’ due to the ceremony being held virtually amid the coronavirus outbreak.