Monday, September 29, 2014
Serbian gays and lesbians staged their first Belgrade Pride Parade in four years on Sunday, in what is seen as a test of the EU hopeful's commitment to protecting minority rights.
Airstrikes likely carried out by a U.S.-led coalition struck an oil refinery in Syria held by the Islamic State group Sunday, a witness said, shaking buildings and sending flames shooting into the air near the Turkish border.
Spanish director Carlos Vermut won this year's top award for his film “Magical Girl” and also claimed the best director prize Saturday at Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival.
British Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a double blow as a minister resigned in a sex scandal and a lawmaker defected to euroskeptic party UKIP on Saturday, the eve of his Conservative party's conference.
As the funky bass quiets down near the start of one of Prince's two new albums, a soothing female voice informs that medication has put him in “suspended animation” for 45 years.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left Israel on Sunday en route to the United Nations in New York, saying he will refute “all of the lies directed at us” with regard to Israel's recently concluded war with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
U.S. President Barack Obama said the widespread mistrust of law enforcement that was exposed by the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri, is corroding America, not just its black communities, and that the wariness
Hillary Rodham Clinton is the one figure uniting U.S. religious conservatives frustrated by a leaderless Republican Party that's divided over foreign policy, immigration and social issues.
The rapidly rising demand for locally grown fruits and vegetables has created a robust new market for refugees who fled violence in their home countries and found peace in farming small plots of land in several U.S. cities.
First Italy fought its mafia mobsters by confiscating their wealth. Now judges are taking away something more precious: their sons.