Cyprus gears up for a presidential election next week with incumbent Nicos Anastasiades favourite to win as he pledges a fresh push to reunify the divided island after talks collapsed last year.
Guillermo del Toro's fantasy romance ‘The Shape of Water’ took home best movie at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, putting it in pole position for Oscars glory in March.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who shared the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize as a champion of women's rights, is stepping down after making history as Africa's first elected female president in Liberia.
Afghan Special Forces ended an overnight siege at Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel on Sunday, killing the last gunman from a group of three attackers who stormed the hotel, taking hostages and battling security forces for hours.
The world’s most powerful government shut down yesterday after President Donald Trump and the US Congress failed to reach a deal on funding for federal agencies, highlighting America’s deep political divisions.
An estimated 30,000 people gathered yesterday evening in Bucharest to demonstrate against Romania’s leftist-liberal government and its controversial justice reform.
Tiny Malta is once again prepared to punch above its weight, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said yesterday, as Valletta was officially inaugurated as the European Capital of Culture.
When Macedonia declared independence in 1991, the new country chose a name that evoked the past glories of its most famous claimed son, Alexander the Great.
Paul Bocuse, one of the greatest French chefs of all time, died yesterday aged 91 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease.