Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Monday not to allow a stand-off with the European Union over the so-called Irish backstop to derail the Brexit talks, saying she believed a deal was achievable.
Bangladeshi newspaper editors on Monday staged a protest demanding sweeping amendments to a newly enacted digital law that journalists and rights groups say will curb freedom of expression.
Sears, the venerable chain that once dominated the American retail sector but had been in decline since the advent of the Amazon era, filed for bankruptcy Monday and announced it was closing almost 150 stores.
Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are expecting their first child, due in the spring of 2019, the couple's office Kensington Palace announced on Monday.
British and European foreign ministers insisted Monday there is still time to negotiate an orderly Brexit deal, even after the disappointing failure of the latest round of talks.
A flight attendant fell out of an Air India plane while trying to close its door on Monday, the airline said, reportedly breaking her leg when she landed on the tarmac.
At least five people were killed in flash floods in the southwestern Aude area of France after several months worth of rain fell in just a few hours overnight, the local government prefect said on Monday.
Not every opinion deserves the same respect, with those undermining freedom of expression deserving none, the winners of the German book trade’s Peace Prize said as they received the prestigious award in Frankfurt yesterday.
The fiancée of Jamal Khashoggi has said that she will only consider accepting Donald Trump’s invitation to the White House if the US president is prepared to make a “genuine contribution” to investigating the Saudi critic’s disappearance.