The US Republican presidential hopeful responds to claims his White House campaign is "in turmoil" after he angered senior party members by criticising a dead soldier's family.
The state of Texas is to allow people to carry concealed handguns onto campuses, including classrooms.
The mother of a US Muslim soldier killed in Iraq hits back at Donald Trump for suggesting she was silent during her husband's speech because she wasn't allowed to speak.
Beijing has told the European Union its sovereignty over the South China Sea will not be affected despite Tuesday’s ruling (July 12) in The Hague dismissing China’s territorial claims in the…
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law an anti-terrorist bill that has been fiercely criticised both at home and abroad for offering huge powers to the security services and…
The Russian Foreign Minister says he has written to his French counterpart after Russian fans were detained following violence in Marseille.
He turned 70 on Tuesday but the only thing Donald Trump got from Hillary Clinton was a harsh rebuke for his response to the Orlando shooting tragedy – notably the property mogul’s comments on US TV th
An Eritrean man extradited to Italy from Sudan is denying he is the boss of a massive human-trafficking gang and claims he is victim of mistaken identity.
Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been rebuked by Germany’s lower house of parliament for his harsh condemnation of members of Turkish origin who voted to declare the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ott
He has already condemned abortion, called birth control “treason”, and told women they should have at least three children.
Pakistan says US drone strike violated its airspace US says Islamabad was informed Body still to be formally identified The apparent death of Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a US drone stri
San Francisco’s police chief has been forced to step down just hours after one of his police officers shot and killed a young black woman.
Turkey’s parliament has voted to strip its members of immunity from prosecution; a move likely to see the pro-Kurdish opposition sidelined.
Turkey’s ruling AK Party has won initial support in the first round of a controversial ballot to strip politicians of their immunity from…
The fiftieth anniversary of the start of Cultural Revolution is being remembered, but not in China. There are no official events planned by the
Organiser the Geneva-based EBU says the incident was a "serious breach" of its ban on political messages.
Mitsubishi has not responded to a report in the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun that it had used improper mileage tests on almost all its vehicles sold in Japan since 1991.
The French cabinet has agreed to allow controversial labour reforms to be forced through. They invoked a little-used Article (49.3) in the
In a day of resignations across Europe, Denis Baupin has stepped down as Vice President of the French National Assembly. The move follows accusations
Prominent Turkish opposition journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul have been sentenced to five years and ten months and five years respectively for
Ken Livingstone embroiled in UK anti-semitism row
Tens of thousands of Armenians marched through the capital Yerevan on Saturday carrying torches to commemorate the victims of the 1915 massacres
Did you hear the one about the King and the pony? Probably not in some countries where insulting a head of state is a crime
Germany's Chancellor has underlined the importance of freedom of expression after the Turkish president called for a comedian to be prosecuted over reciting a satirical poem on German channel ZDF.
What did the secret service know? That is the shock question raised by the German press on Thursday as the trial of the lone surviving suspect in a