The main sticking point in Brexit negotiations is how to keep Britain's land border with Ireland open after it leaves the European Union.
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Exactly a year has passed since a blistering U.S.-backed assault ousted ISIS from their one-time Syrian stronghold, but Raqqa - along with the roads and bridges leading to it - remains in…
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is facing a backlash over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi from business and media previously supportive of his reform drive.
Mounting worries over high interest rates and trade battles have reached boiling point, triggering the reversal seen in global markets, analysts said.
Critics argue the reform, which came into effect in July, puts the judicial system under government control and so threatens democracy.
More than a thousand people could still be missing after Indonesia's devastating quake-tsunami, officials said Friday, drastically upping the number of people unaccounted for a week after…
The cuts proposed by the Trump administration to democracy assistance funds will harm U.S. and global security, a watchdog said.
The UN human rights chief warned that the crackdown on political dissent in the Maldives is tantamount to "an all-out assault on democracy."
Italian far-right sympathiser Luca Traini, who was accused of shooting six African migrants in a racist attack, has received a wave of support from "ordinary people."
A student that was investigating corruption charges at his university was violently beaten and killed by a lynch mob last April. One of his assailants has received the death sentence while…
Swedish booksheller Gui Minhai has again been arrested in China. Germany's Ambassador to China is alarmed and warns that other EU citizens may be at risk of arrest.
A lawyer filed an appeal in an attempt to get a professor's death sentence reviewed, however the motion was quickly struck down.
The rights group Agora published a report saying that Russian internet suppression resulted in an increase in arrests over blogs and other dissenting voices.
The US Congress released a Republican memo alleging bias in FBI investigations into President Trump's election campaign.
The Israeli embassy in Warsaw expressed concern on Friday over a "wave of anti-Semitic statements" in Poland, as a diplomatic row between countries continues.
Five migrants were reportedly shot by smugglers and many more were injured during a giant brawl that erupted in the French port city of Calais.
Havana has filed a formal protest against the creation of a U.S. task force aimed at increasing internet access on the island, saying it "violates" Cuban "sovereignty."
Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen of the Department of Homeland Security has announced that 7,000 Syrians will be given more time to stay in the U.S. as their native Syria has not yet recovered.