Nikol Pashinyan was re-elected as prime minister of Armenia on Sunday in a snap election he called in October in a bid to cement the country's political shift. He came into power following a peaceful revolution in the country earlier this year. But who is the man leading change in the country?
Liberals and Christian Democrats to battle on in minority with PM Charles Michel insisting his country will sign the UN Migrants Charter, the dealbreaker for the Flemish Nationalists.
Damages from the protests will have to be paid for by the government, the public and insurers, said France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire.
Security-camera video, obtained from a restaurant in the town of Tulkarem, shows the 22-year-old walking in an alleyway holding a stick when he is shot from behind.
The 91-year-old had been ill for a long time after fighting for nearly seven decades to make first the Soviet Union and then Russia a better place.
Hundreds of U.S. states, cities, businesses and churches planted the American flag at the U.N. climate talks to show that many in the United States remain committed to curbing global warming.
Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini says EU needs to adopt policies to stimulate growth.
May is fighting to save her unpopular plan and her job ahead of a showdown in Parliament planned for Tuesday, when lawmakers are widely expected to reject the Brexit divorce deal she struck with the European Union.
Meng faces extradition to the United States after being arrested in Vancouver last week. A bail hearing is set to resume on Monday.
Ceremony is first step to sainthood
Public support for the concept combined with adoption from the Democrats has sparked renewed optimism.
Timmermans to lead list after nomination goes unchallenged in Lisbon
Negotiators aim to smooth deadlocks, finalize the details of the 2015 Paris Agreement despite oil exporters' rejection of climate reports.