French police are on high alert for a flare-up in "yellow vest" protests on Saturday after a rush of donations to restore the Notre Dame cathedral angered many struggling families.
A Ukrainian opposition figures says presidential front-runner Volodymyr Zelenskiy should make a deal with Russia over eastern regions.
Russia dismisses the report by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller about alleged Russian interference in the country’s 2016 presidential election.
Police officers gather to express dismay as suicides among their ranks took the toll to 28.
Global warming may bring back some of the world’s deadliest diseases after the coldest place on earth has started to melt, scientists warn.
House Intelligence Committee Chair Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) describes acts by US President Donald Trump stated in the Mueller report as 'dishonest, unethical, Immoral and unpatriotic'.
The President of the Party of the European Socialists has suggested the UK should “cool down and rethink” Brexit.
The EU and Canada issued a joint warning against the United States on Wednesday after Washington said it would allow US lawsuits against foreign investments in Cuba.
Jordan will recall its ambassador to Romania over Bucharest's decision to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, reports say.
The European Union’s foreign policy chief insists that the 28-nation bloc is opposed to Israel’s claim of “sovereignty” to Syria’s Golan Heights and other occupied land.
Sudan’s military has formed a council to run the country for a two-year period.
Firefighters in Paris have fully extinguished a fire at the medieval cathedral of Notre-Dame.
Locals were overheard singing hymns outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris as firefighters continued battling the flames there into Tuesday morning.
Paris’s Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames, leaving the nation awestruck and prompting fears that the historic structure could suffer unprecedented damage.
The European Commission mobilized two years ago to protect Europe's creative industries.
One woman drowns as 92 refugees reach the Aegean island of Samos, a Greek coast guard official says.
An American bomb weighing 250 kg, which had been dropped during World War II, was detonated by specialists in the River Main, Germany.
Finland votes in a general election in which the Social Democratic Party appear set to topple the center-right government after four years of spending cuts.
India says it is confident it will avoid US sanctions over its purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system, which has become a lightning rod in American dispute with China and Turkey.
Several thousand people took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday in an ongoing protest against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his government.
France's anti-riot police clash with "yellow vest" demonstrators in Toulouse.
France's 'yellow vests' are back in the street, hoping to make a comeback after participation dropped to its lowest level since the start of the movement last weekend.
People in the Crimean city of Sevastopol have seen and touched S-400 missile defense systems for the first time.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Western countries, led by the US, use “blackmail and pressure” in an attempt to keep dominion in a world no more attracted to Western liberalism.
Germany’s National Security Council reportedly approves the provision of certain weapons and arms technology to the two main aggressor regimes involved in a deadly war on Yemen.
France is guilty of human rights abuses of homeless people and laws guaranteeing a home for all fail to protect the most vulnerable, a UN Special Rapporteur says.
The Russian head of state says the military will soon be equipped with the new Sarmat long-range missile.
Sudanese protesters have defied a curfew, holding angry demonstrations after army commanders took control of the country following a palace coup.
Taxi drivers in Berlin joined a nationwide protest to condemn the government's plans to relax regulations that would allow ride-hailing services like Uber to operate in the country.
The first trilateral meeting between the foreign affairs committees of parliaments of Iran, Turkey and Russia has been held in Moscow.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Russia is open to the delivery of more S-400 air defense missile systems to Turkey.
The French president says his country, along with its European partners, are trying to persuade the US to ease bans on Iran.
A report shows the EU would reject a demand by UK government for a short delay to Brexit.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Israeli “sovereignty” over the occupied Golan Heights violates international law.
Romania's former president has been ordered to stand trial for crimes against humanity for his role in the deadly aftermath of the 1989 revolution that toppled the country's communist regime.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is set to announce initial conclusions derived from a months-long “national debate” on the nation’s woes, particularly the “yellow vest” protests.
Russia and China will soon sign a contact to jointly manufacture a new-generation of heavy lift helicopters, Russian media reports say.
In unprecedented remarks, Pope Francis says arms sales by the US and Europe are to blame for the deaths of people, including children, in places like Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan.
A powerful explosion hit in central Paris on Saturday, reportedly forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people.
Police fired tear gas at "yellow vest" demonstrators on Saturday, April 6, in the western French city of Nantes in another weekend of anti government protests.
The ICC’s chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has been banned to enter the United States.
Peyman Jebelli, the CEO of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRIB)’s World Service, says cooperation between Iranian and Russian media is an “effective step” toward ending Western media dominion.
The minister also rejected an allegation by Libération newspaper on France's policy regarding Daesh in Syria.
Russia’s Black Sea Fleet held missile firing exercises in the Black Sea, as shown in footage released on Friday.
Italy's economic situation is "delicate" and needs to be monitored closely, Moscovici says, as concerns are growing over the threat of recession there and a slowdown in Germany.
Russia has warned the US not to "look for excuses to start a new conflict" after claiming Iran was behind the deaths of 600 American troops in Iraq.
Teachers across France have gone on strike to protest the government’s education reforms.
Irked by a recent visit to Moscow by two opposition figures, the Ukrainian government bans all unscheduled flights to Russia.
Turkey is ignoring threats by top US officials to buy Russia’s S-400 missile system.
The EU says a further delay to Brexit is not possible as US encourages a clean break for the UK.
The Kremlin says Russia does not "understand" Washington's intention.
The blast caused a staircase to collapse. About 20 people were trapped.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator says the UK has to choose between Theresa May’s deal or crashing out of the bloc.
The United States has reportedly stopped shipment of equipment for F-35 to Turkey
The European Union (EU) is “running out” of patience with Britain over Brexit, the president of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker warns.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian with no political experience, takes a strong lead in the first round of Ukraine’s presidential race after securing almost twice the votes of his closest rival, incumbent Petro Poroshenko.
Thousands of people from Spain's rural areas marched in central Madrid on Sunday (March 31) demanding better public services from a government which they accuse of treating them like "second-class citizens."
The top three contenders have cast their vote in the first round.
US and Russian bomber planes have simultaneously conducted training flight missions over the Norwegian Sea as an ongoing dispute over the INF nuclear arms treaty continues.
Vocal government critic and anti-corruption activist Zuzana Caputova will become Slovakia's first female president after provisional results in Saturday's run-off election confirmed her victory.
Russia says Washington’s nervous reactions on Venezuela show its coup plans have failed.
France's yellow vest protesters started their twentieth round of protests on Saturday, with the Paris protest ending on the Place du Trocadero in the capital city.
German police arrest 10 people on suspicion of planning major attacks with stockpiled weapons and explosives.
Germany extends a ban on arms sale to Saudi Arabia until September despite criticism from French and British weapons makers who rely on German technology for their products.
A third-generation submarine for Russia’s Pacific Fleet, the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, equipped with Kalibr cruise missiles, was launched at the Admiralty Shipyard in St. Petersburg on Thursday.
The death toll from an alleged terror attack on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht rises to four after an injured man dies in hospital.
Russia says it will keep the roughly 100 servicemen it sent to Venezuela over the weekend.
Comic actor Volodymyr Zelenskiy has maintained a strong lead in Ukraine's presidential election race, according to an opinion poll.
Russia says it is “seriously concerned” that a terrorist group together with the so-called White Helmets in Syria plan to carry out “chemical provocations” in the Arab country.
Russia says the recent dispatch of military experts to Venezuela has been based on a military-technical cooperation agreement the two countries signed in 2001.
Austrian authorities raid the apartment of a far-right group leader in a probe linking him to the man behind terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
China has ordered 300 Airbus planes which matches an order from rival Boeing when US President Donald Trump visited Beijing back in 2017.
A senior Venezuelan official confirms two Russian planes have landed in the country after authorization by President Nicolas Maduro.
The deputy minister had called NATO's 1999 bombing campaign against Serbia a "planned genocide."
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has strengthened his lead in Ukraine's presidential election race.
Italy joins China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), an international infrastructure plan, dismissing calls from the US to shun the project.
Police have fired tear gas and scuffled with "Yellow Vest" protesters who marched through Paris and other cities across France for the 19th week on Saturday.
French soldiers will be allowed to open fire if their life or that of the people they defend is threatened in the planned "yellow vest" protests Saturday, the military governor of Paris says.
The EU has given UK PM May two more weeks to come up with a solution to the ongoing Brexit impasse at home.
Russia has sent two Su-27 jets to chase away a B-52 nuclear bomber over the Baltic Sea.
Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile complexes carried out combat shootings at targets in the Kaliningrad region, as shown by footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense on Thursday.
All 51 children managed to escape unhurt before the bus was engulfed in flames.
This is said to allow police forces to "concentrate on crowd control, along with maintaining law and order."
The Russian FM says lack of an effective nuclear weapons reduction process between Russia and Moscow could lead to a limited nuclear war.
UN judges have ordered former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to spend the rest of his life in jail for his war crimes.
Britain’s request to delay the Brexit deadline from March 29 to June 30 would bring "serious legal and political risks", says the European Commission.
Pope Francis turns down the resignation of French Roman Catholic cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who has been found guilty of child sex abuse cover-up.
Thousands took to the streets of Paris in a day of strikes and nationwide protests organised by trade unions in opposition to Macron policies.
Foreign ministers of Iran and Russia say their countries are ready to help create mutual understanding among political forces in crisis-hit Venezuela.
The move is in response to the US missile defense deployment in Romania.
Eleven people have died and more than 30,000 have been infected this year.