A British pensioner has returned a library book to her school some 63 years after taking it out, the librarian said Friday.
French President Francois Hollande's dramatic announcement that he will not seek a second term opens the way for Prime Minister Manuel Valls to make a bid for power in next year's increasingly open election.
Nico Rosberg quit Formula One on Friday, just five days after winning the world title for Mercedes in a move that stunned motor racing.
On a dreary, rainy Manhattan night, a huge, happy roar arose in a crowd of chess fans from around the world.
Hate crimes in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union frequently took inspiration from the campaign to leave the bloc, according to a study released on Thursday.
The Islamic State group is likely to carry out new attacks in the European Union in the near future, probably targeting countries that are members of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the extremist organization in Syria and Iraq, EU police agency Europol said in a report published Friday.
The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday unanimously imposed its toughest sanctions on North Korea, placing a cap on the hermit state's key coal exports after its defiant nuclear tests.
Twelve people, most of them schoolgirls, were killed on Tuesday when fire ravaged a dormitory for pupils in the southern Turkish region of Adana, local officials said.
Pirelli on Tuesday unveiled the 2017 edition of its famed calendar, which sees photographer Peter Lindbergh mature beyond snaps of semi-nude models and set his lens on Hollywood.
Lewis Hamilton shrugged off speculation about his Mercedes future by taking part in testing on Tuesday -- only to quit early because he felt unwell, reports said.