It is one thing for U.S. President Barack Obama to propose an international coalition to “destroy” Islamic State.
Already hounded by paparazzi on their doorsteps, celebrities face a new battle to protect their privacy from hackers willing to splash their most intimate behind-closed-doors photos online.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has gone from being a fringe force to within touching distance of taking Scotland independent from Britain, its defining purpose, in 15 years.
Malaysian attorney N. Surendran appeared in court last week to defend a fellow opposition lawmaker accused of insulting the powerful ruling party — then returned hours later to face a sedition charge of his own.
The Ukraine crisis is forcing NATO back to the basics of collective defense in Europe as Russia seeks to restore influence in its Soviet era backyard, analysts and officials said.
The EU's “game of thrones” is nearing an end after the naming of a new president and diplomatic chief, with the rest of the incoming Brussels regime set to be decided in the coming weeks.
Splits in France's ruling Socialist Party, which sparked an emergency government reshuffle last week, continue to widen as members on the left flank snipe at a prime minister they see as attempting a “Tony Blair”-style lurch to the right.
He doesn't bluster and he doesn't strut and President Barack Obama certainly isn't panicking, though he admits it feels like the world is falling apart.
Amid fears Islamic State fighters are inspiring jihadists outside the Middle East, analysts warn it has emboldened extremists in Africa operating in voids left by weak governments and rampant corruption.
Sweden's prime minister has warned of public spending curbs to meet the cost of a rising wave of refugees, sparking a furor about making immigration an issue in next month's general election.