Thousands of young people across Belgium are walking out of schools and universities to protest climate change for the seventh week in a row.
The UK's two main political parties are braced for fresh defections to a new Independent Group of MPs.
At least two people have been killed after an Algerian military plane crashed during a training flight.
Two men have been shot dead in the southern German city of Munich after locals reported shots being fired at a construction site on Thursday morning.
A massive fire ripped through at least five buildings in an old part of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, killing at least 78 people.
The government of Saudi Arabia will free 850 Indian nationals currently imprisoned in the kingdom.
US President Donald Trump says he's willing to ease sanctions on North Korea if the country takes meaningful steps towards denuclearisation.
Authorities in Chicago say the actor Jussie Smollett is suspected of filing a false police report.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman held bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi.
Three Conservative MPs have resigned, saying the party's "failure" to stand up to hardline Brexiteers has forced them to take the decision.
An American teen who was in a viral encounter with a Native American during a January rally has filed a defamation lawsuit against 'The Washington Post'.
Brazil is cooperating with the United States to supply aid to Venezuela, despite the protests of embattled President Nicolás Maduro.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is set to arrive by train for his summit with President Donald Trump in Hanoi next week.
Search efforts are ongoing for possible survivors after an avalanche struck the popular Swiss ski resort of Crans-Montana.
US President Donald Trump says he's in no rush for North Korea to denuclearise.
Shamima Begum, a teenager who left London to join the IS terror group in Syria, has had her UK citizenship revoked.
German-born fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died in Paris. He was 85.
Authorities are ramping up the search for two 20-year-old tourists after they went missing at a beach in Australia.
Two jets of the Indian Air Force's Surya Kiran Aerobatics Team have collided in the south Indian city of Bengaluru, just a day before the aero show.
Firefighters have rescued 16 people trapped on SeaWorld's Bayside Skyride in San Diego for several hours.
A bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo left two policemen dead on Monday.
A total of 16 US states are seeking legal action to stop President Donald Trump from using emergency powers to get funding for a border wall.
Seven MPs from the UK's opposition Labour Party have resigned.
Two masterminds of the deadly suicide bombing in Kashmir have been eliminated by the Indian security forces during a massive operation on Monday.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has "ordered the immediate release" during his high-profile visit to Islamabad.
The Venezuelan government blocked five European lawmakers from entering the country, arguing they had "conspiratorial motives".
Unidentified gunmen opened fire at a van along EDSA highway in Metro Manila's Mandaluyong City.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince is not seeking to buy Premier League football club Manchester United.
Pakistan has recalled its ambassador in New Delhi amid escalating tensions in India after a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir killed 44 Indian paramilitary police.
The two countries signed a raft of investment deals worth $20 billion (over AED 73 billion) on Sunday in a bid to boost Pakistan's fragile economy.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has appealed to parents to have their children vaccinated against measles following outbreaks of the disease across the country.
Saudi Arabia has reduced visit visa fees for Pakistani nationals from $533 (AED 1,945) to $90 (AED 328).
The family of British teenager Shamima Begum has urged the UK government to bring back the heavily-pregnant girl "urgently".
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to hold Brexit talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker next week.
French police fired tear gas to control crowd as the 14th straight weekend of "yellow vest" protests took a violent turn.
Tunisian police fired tear gas to disperse protestors on Saturday after a young man died inside a police station in Hammamet.
More than 200 slum houses have been gutted in the Bangladeshi port city of Chittagong after a fire broke out late Saturday.
A US military transport plane carrying humanitarian aid for Venezuela has landed in Colombian city of Cúcuta, despite uncertainty over how it will be distributed.
Heather Nauert withdrew her name from consideration on Saturday amid concerns about her qualifications for the post.
At least seven militants were killed and 15 Egyptian military troops either killed or wounded after a clash in North Sinai on Saturday.
The Rukban district is around 300 kilometers from Damascus, and one of the last remaining hard to reach places.
Paul Manafort, US President Donald Trump's former election campaign chief, should be jailed for up to 24 years.
Candidates running in May's mid-term elections in the Philippines will only be allowed two police escorts.
Violent government protests are quickly spreading across the country.
The general election was supposed to take place on Saturday.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has visited the birthplace of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
The incident happened in Aurora, Illinois.
In a statement delivered at the White House Rose Garden, he said "walls work" and that an invasion of drugs, gangs and people is unacceptable.
France's ambassador to Italy is returning to Rome following months of diplomatic tension between the two countries.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will on Friday call a snap national election for April 28.
The UK's Home Secretary says a British teenager, who travelled to Syria while a schoolgirl to join the IS terror group, could be prevented from returning to Britain.
The toll from Thursday's terror attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir has risen to 45.
US President Donald Trump has vowed to declare a national emergency to fund his long-promised border wall with Mexico.
The UK government has been defeated in another vote on its Brexit strategy.
Dozens of Indian security personnels have been killed and many more injured in an attack on their convoy in Jammu and Kashmir.
The US ambassador to South Korea, Harry Harris, says sanctions will remain in place against North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons.
UK MPs will vote again later on Brexit - and Prime Minister Theresa May's facing another possible defeat.
The men are believed to have drowned after water from a burst dam flooded the shafts and underground tunnels they were working in.
Prince Philip - the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth - will not face prosecution over a recent car crash.
A petition calling on the Belgian government to strengthen its climate policy has already been signed by 100,000 people.
The US State Department has cited "inclement weather" as the reason.
The British Prime Minister has reiterated her commitment to leaving the European Union by the deadline of March 29.
A massive fire has broken out at a greeting card factory in the Indian capital of Delhi early Thursday, with 30 fire engines working towards controlling the blaze in the Naraina industrial area.
The White House says President Donald Trump won't sign a bipartisan border-security deal until he has gone through the details.
A schoolgirl, who left London in 2015 to join the IS terror group, has said she now wants to return home.
US President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort intentionally misled investigators in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
The UK government is trying to downplay comments made by chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins, suggesting a Brexit delay.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is set to hold talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with defence, trade and energy security set to be high on the agenda.
Princess Ubolratana has expressed sadness that her "good" intentions to work for the country had ended up causing a political difficulty.
China on Wednesday called a newspaper report that claimed its diplomats had held talks with Venezuela's political opposition as "fake news".
Russia is opposing a draft UN Security Council resolution that calls for new elections in Venezuela, and will instead prepare its own.
South Korea’s presidential Blue House pushed back against comments by US President Donald Trump that suggested Seoul had agreed to pay US$500 million more towards maintaining US troops in the country.
A US court has found Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman guilty on all ten counts after his high profile trial in New York.
US President Donald Trump is signalling that he may now accept a deal reached by lawmakers to avoid another government shutdown.
Sri Lanka is stepping up its war on drugs with the government advertising for hangmen this week.
As many as 1,112 people have been detained in Turkey over suspected links to the Fethullah Gulen network, that is accused of orchestrating an attempted coup in 2016.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is advocating to change the nation's name one day.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who is set to dress the House of Commons later Tuesday on negotiations with the EU, stressed that it's time for British MPs to 'hold their nerve' over Brexit.
Gunmen opened fire on a police patrol, killing four officers and wounding three others in northwestern Pakistan on Tuesday.
A bill has been introduced in India’s Rajya Sabha to make it mandatory to register Non-Resident Indian (NRI) marriages within 30 days.
According to the reports, most of the 150 people in the 65-room hotel in Delhi's Karol Bagh were sleeping at the time.
Democrats and Republicans have reached an “agreement in principle” on border security funding that would avert a second government shutdown.
A French national has been held for reportedly flying a drone near parliament in the capital city of Naypyitaw.
Thailand's election panel has cut short the political aspirations of Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi after disqualifying her bid to run as the prime ministerial candidate for the March elections.
Authorities have pledged disciplinary action after a video circulated online showed officers using a snake during interrogation.
Scott Morrison is campaigning to block a bill that would allow refugees in offshore camps get medical treatment in the country.
The city of Paris is suing Airbnb for illegal adverts.
Venezuelan doctors have called on the military to unblock the Tienditas International Bridge so humanitarian aid can reenter the country.
Talks between Republicans and Democrats aimed at preventing another US government shutdown have ground to a halt.
North Korea called on the US to take "corresponding practical action" to reciprocate Pyongyang's denuclearisation steps ahead of a second summit of their leaders.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to ask MPs to give her more time to renegotiate the Irish backstop in her Brexit deal.
The number of people confirmed dead after a residential building collapsed in Istanbul has climbed to 21.
Vice President Leni Robredo described the incident involving a Chinese woman as disrespectful to the Philippines.
After declining to appear before the Indian Parliamentary panel over the issue of safeguarding citizens’ rights on social media, officials from Twitter say it is ready for “mutually agreeable” dates when its global head Jack Dorsey would be available for interaction.
Schools in Alberta will soon add the Filipino language to their curriculum, in addition to the 26 languages already offered across the Canadian province.
Indian Prime Minister has reiterated his government's commitment to ensure safety and security for the people in the northeastern state, but also to put it on a fast-track to development.
The Duke of Edinburgh has voluntarily surrendered his driver's licence weeks after getting into a car accident.
South Korea and the US have signed a new deal on how much Seoul should pay for the upkeep of American troops on its soil.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from a New Zealand town as a forest fire threatened the area.
The Chinese government has called for peaceful talks to resolve the ongoing issue in Venezuela.
A Sumatran tiger has been killed by another tiger at a zoo.
10 teenaged footballers in Brazil have been killed after a fire engulfed their dormitory.
he Thai princess at the centre of a leadership battle has thanked her supporters.
The US envoy for North Korea has returned from Pyongyang.
Another woman has accused the deputy governor of Virginia of sexual assault.
A man who killed six worshippers in a Quebec mosque has been sentenced to life in prison.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is due to hold talks with her Irish counterpart on Friday as she tries to break the deadlock in Brexit negotiations.
A fire at the training centre of Brazilian football club Flamengo has left ten people dead and three others injured.
India is tackling a fresh outbreak of the H1N1 virus, with government data showing that more than 230 deaths have been reported since January.
A member of Thailand's royal family is to run in the country's general election on March 24.
Facebook is to toughen its rules on political advertisements in India, ahead of the upcoming general election.
A body recovered from the wreckage of a plane which crashed in the English Channel has been identified as Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala.
The French prime minister's office has admitted to tipping off prosecutors about possible leaks to the website Mediapart - whose offices police attempted to search on Monday.
Germany's anti-trust watchdog said it will restrict the social media giant's ability to collect user data on third party websites.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels to try to end the deadlock over Brexit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has approved the formation of a national cow commission that will look into the conservation and protection of the animal.
India has recorded an alarming spike in swine flu cases this year, with 226 people reported dead.
A body has been recovered from the wreckage of the missing aircraft carrying footballer Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson, three days after the plane was found.
A measles outbreak has been declared in the Philippines after the suspected cases hit more than 861 across the capital city of Manila.
French politicians have passed a bill aimed at curbing violent protests.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's holding talks with Northern Ireland's main political parties as she tries to find a solution to the border backstop issue.
The Democratic Republic of Congo has adopted decrees that grant ministers lifetime salaries and other benefits.
A runner in the US state of Colorado has killed a cougar in self-defence.
Taliban officials and senior Afghan opposition leaders held peace talks in Moscow, sidelining President Ashraf Ghani's government.
German airline Germania has announced it has filed for bankruptcy and would cease operations immediately.
Major disruption is being caused across the UK after heavy snowfall.
The Indian government has disputed a report that puts the country's unemployment rate is at a 45-year high.
At least 10 people have been killed and over 30 others injured after a massive fire ripped through a residential building in Paris during early hours of Tuesday.
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Fourteen Indian sailors were rescued by Dubai Police after their ship hit rocks around Palm Deira.