As a commemoration for British dead from World War I attended by Britain's Prince Charles reached its end, the call to Friday prayer in Bahrain from nearby Shiite mosques began.
Dutch police have detained dozens of protesters and arrested a man carrying a large knife in a bag amid tight security for the arrival of the Dutch Saint Nicholas.
Venetians, an ever-diminishing breed, protested in their lagoon city Saturday to draw attention to the problems of daily life in the famous Italian city.
Players linked arms as fans stood to observe a minute's silence at Stade de France one year after the Paris attacks.
A freelance photographer has died after being struck by a car during an automobile rally in Corsica, local prosecutor Eric Bouillard confirmed on Saturday.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman says one way Donald Trump could help build confidence with Russia after he becomes president would be to persuade NATO to slow down its expansion or withdraw its forces from Russia's borders.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Thursday urged US president-elect Donald Trump to abandon his "deeply abhorrent" campaign rhetoric and work to strengthen ties with his mother's homeland.
The mayor of a southern French town has been charged with involuntary homicide over the 2014 deaths of four people in a campsite located inside a flood zone, court sources said Thursday.
At least seven people were killed and around 50 injured on Wednesday when a London tram came off the tracks and tipped over.
Russian warships in the eastern Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday drove away a Dutch submarine shadowing the squadron, the military said.