German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday, two days before she is to launch her new government, that she will pay a quick visit to French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss EU reform proposals.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that under no circumstances would he give Crimea back to Ukraine, speaking in a new documentary released Sunday ahead of his expected re-election in next week's poll.
Colombians went to the polls Sunday to elect a new Congress with a resurgent right, bitterly opposed to a peace deal that allows leftist former rebels to participate, expected to poll strongly.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is expected to be reelected for a fourth term in an upcoming ballot, said Saturday he had no plans to change the constitution to stay in the Kremlin beyond 2024.
The EU's top official hit back Wednesday at Donald Trump, saying ‘trade wars are bad and easy to lose’ as the bloc prepared to retaliate against the US president's planned steel and aluminium tariffs.
A lawyer helping British expatriates in a legal battle over their rights as EU citizens after Brexit said Monday more than 67,000 euros was raised in four days to fight an appeal in the case.
Slovak police on Saturday said they had released seven Italians detained after they were named by murdered journalist Jan Kuciak in an explosive report on alleged high-level corruption ...
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Tuesday said a general election he had promised to hold in November would take place ‘no later’ than February 2019 ...
The Chinese Communist Party's leadership has called for the removal of presidential term limits, opening the door for China's most powerful leader in decades, Xi Jinping, to remain in office beyond 2023.
At least two people were wounded as police fired live bullets and tear gas Sunday to break up a banned protest against DR Congo President Joseph Kabila in Kisangani, the country's third largest city, an AFP reporter said.