Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Afghanistan will on Tuesday sign a long-delayed security deal to allow some US troops to stay in the country next year, signalling that newly-inaugurated President Ashraf Ghani intends to repair frayed ties with Washington.
The Spanish government on Monday rolled out a legal roadblock to stop the Catalonia region voting on independence, branding the planned ballot an affront to the sovereignty of Spain.
Three years after France's upper house Senate made its first ever swing to the left, the right has clawed back a majority, with the far-right National Front winning seats for the first time.
Monday, September 29, 2014
It was adieu to Jean Paul Gaultier's ready-to-wear.
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.
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.
First Italy fought its mafia mobsters by confiscating their wealth. Now judges are taking away something more precious: their sons.
Thousands of runners took part Saturday in the sixth Dempsey Challenge, the first time the cancer support fundraiser in honor of Patrick Dempsey's mother has been held since her death.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
British Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a double blow as a minister resigned in a sex scandal and a lawmaker defected to eurosceptic party UKIP on the eve of the Sunday opening of his Conservative party's conference.