France’s dazzling heritage in stone has proved both beautiful and burdensome for the state, and well beyond its means to maintain.
The rabbis’ instructions ruled the day in the country’s recent parliamentary elections. Now, the politicians are preparing for a clash over state and religion.
Authorities say they arrested an 18 and 19-year-old under the U.K.’s controversial Terrorism Act and took them to the Musgrave Serious Crime Suite, a police station in Belfast.
A senior North Korean official dismissed President Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, as “dim-sighted” after he demanded more evidence of willingness to give up nuclear weapons.
Reports say dozens of troops loyal to the government have been killed by militants since Thursday.
Four civilians and three police officers were killed in the attack, which officials say is now over.
A relentless series of migrant caravans in recent months has taxed local resources and the patience of residents who are turning their ire on the president.
Marcus Hutchins, a British security researcher credited with halting a huge outbreak of ransom software in 2017, accepted United States charges over previous activity.
The heavily fortified no-man’s land separating North and South Korea, largely untouched by humans, has become an ecological niche for the region’s flora and fauna, including endangered species.
India players KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya are fined for “sexist, disrespectful and racist” comments made on a television chat show.
A Buddhist monk fishes out a vial of cannabis oil from his robe and puts a drop under his tongue – one of many people flocking to a weed festival in northeastern Thailand, where excitement is building over a medical marijuana boom.
Yellow Vest protestors plan their weekly demonstrations in the wake of the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral and calls for unity from the French president.
On Easter, people will gather to pray in the cathedral, situated 600 feet underground in the Andean mining town of Zipaquirá. It was built in the caverns and tunnels left behind by salt miners.
Nepal has long been a favorite destination of young Israeli tourist backpackers –– so much so that the Israeli embassy there puts on a huge Passover celebration to accommodate them.
Dozens of women and children, the relatives of Kosovo jihadists in Syria, and four suspected fighters were repatriated plane on Saturday under heavy security.
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Japan’s rapidly-aging society will see a quarter of its breadwinners turn 75 or older by 2040, the Nikkei reported, citing a study from the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research.
Malissa Ancona is sentenced to life in jail for shooting her husband, Frank, in Missouri.
French yellow vest protesters are marching anew to remind the government that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn’t the only problem the nation needs to solve.
A former assistant said Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi subjected her to unwanted touching, and that her family was singled out for retribution after she rebuffed him.
Volodomyr Zelensky is blessed with the talents that seem to count in politics now: a flair for grabbing attention with little concern for the details.