Facebook issues first correction notice at Singapore's request
France is said to be seriously considering enacting a mechanism in the 2015 nuclear treaty with Iran, which would lead to UN sanctions.
Protesters clashed violently with vehicles of the security force in Santiago on Thursday when the demonstrations that shook Chile moved to its second month.
Europe dominates the ranking with 15 of the world's 20 most inclusive cities located on the Old Continent.
In his new book “A Bit of Everything: Power, People, Profits and Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent”, Professor Stiglitz argues that capitalism needs to be transformed if it is to meet the challenge of creating a more equal society.
German economy grows by shock 0.1%
A Reuters poll has found that sterling would bounce in the case of a Conservative win in the UK election, whereas a Labour win would see the opposite.
A team of French volunteers have found engine fragments that fell from an Airbus A220 during a mid-air engine explosion in July.
Germany's defence minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Tuesday that it still hadn't ruled out whether to block Huawei from the country's 5G build-out.
Spain's candidates for prime minister have clashed over Catalonia in the only televised debate of the campaign as voters prepare to head to the polls on Sunday in what could be another inconclusive election.
Heiko Maas told reporters in Berlin that Huawei was a company dependent on the Chinese state, which meant Huawei was obliged to pass on information to the government there.
The French and Chinese presidents are set to sign an agreement that mentions the 'irreversibility' of the Paris climate accord, which comes just after the US said it filed paperwork to withdraw from the deal.
Hong Kong official deeply regrets civil servants taking part in protests
The head of Hungary's central bank has published an op-ed piece in the Financial Times in which he said the euro was a "strategic error."
The US president says he would like to see UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage "come together" ahead of the UK's election.
Saudi Arabia kick-starts IPO of world's largest oil company
Ghosn's lawyers accuse Japan officials, Nissan execs of collusion
While Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has been criticised by Brussels over rule of law reforms, it's harder to find fault with its handling of the economy.
An Iranian-owned oil tanker was hit by two missiles near the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah, Iran's official news agency IRNA said.
Denmark calls for EU ban on all diesel and petrol cars by 2040
US fashion retailer Forever 21 said on Sunday it has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in order to restructure its business.
Greece's international creditors are visiting the Greek capital for their fourth enhanced surveillance evaluation.
You've probably heard the term a lot recently but what does it mean? The C&A Foundation helps to explain what exactly a circular economy is and how we can help build it.
Germany expects tough EU talks on energy taxes to counter climate change
A climate change expert has said world governments must realise that green climate initiatives are actually good for the economy.
Bob Ward, from the London School of Ecoomics’ Grantham Institute on Climate Change said the two aims need each other.
The US Federal Reserve cut rates for the second time since July cited global developments and "muted inflation pressures".