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Rival U.S. and Russian resolutions to extend the mandate of experts probing chemical attacks in Syria were defeated Thursday at a heated Security Council meeting that reflected the deteriorating relations between Washington and Moscow.
A Paris court on Thursday rejected a bid to return Christmas market stalls to the famed avenue for a 10th year running, upholding a decision from the Paris mayor’s office to discontinue the market on the grounds that it is tacky and overpriced.
Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that "serious differences" remain between the parties hoping to form Germany's next government but voiced hope a deal would emerge Thursday, hours before a deadline that could trigger snap polls.
Alex Bart is a FRANCE 24 journalist doing volunteer work in Myanmar, where a military crackdown has driven out some 600,000 Rohingya civilians. He says to make the crisis a clash between Muslims and Buddhists is to ignore its complex roots.
Over the past year, dozens of people have died in Cameroon fighting for the independence of an English-speaking area of the state, known as Ambazonia. Now their supporters are determined to turn their dream for independence into a reality.
Peru became the last side to clinch their place at next year's World Cup finals when goals from Jefferson Farfan and Christian Ramos gave them a 2-0 win over New Zealand in the second leg of their inter-confederation playoff on Wednesday.
A painting of Christ by the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million (380 million euros) at auction on Wednesday, smashing previous records for artworks sold at auction or privately.
Flash floods killed at least 15 people, made scores homeless and destroyed infrastructure in Greece on Wednesday after a raging torrent inundated two coastal towns west of Athens following a night of heavy rain.
The simmering political crisis in Zimbabwe reached a boiling point early Wednesday as the military took control in Harare, confining 93-year-old leader Robert Mugabe to house arrest. But where that quick escalation will take Zimbabwe remains unclear.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri was on Friday preparing to leave Saudi Arabia for France in the latest attempt to address the crisis sparked by Hariri’s controversial November 4 resignation announcement.
Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe was feted as a liberation hero when he came to power by a nation that lived nearly a century under British rule. But while the West regards him as an autocrat, some in Africa still see him as an anti-colonial hero.
Lebanon's president accused Saudi Arabia on Wednesday of detaining the Lebanese ex-prime minister, in an escalation of the crisis that followed Saad Hariri's surprise resignation from the kingdom almost two weeks ago.
Russia’s lower house of parliament gave preliminary approval on Wednesday to a law giving Moscow the power to designate foreign media operating in Russia as “foreign agents” required to disclose where they get their funding and how they spend it.