Dutch farmers are driving their tractors in slow-moving convoys across the country - to protest their treatment by the government as it seeks to rein in carbon and nitrogen emissions
Since Turkey announced its incursion into neighboring Syria to clear out Kurdish fighters last week, patriotic sentiment has run high _ as has bewilderment and anger at the overwhelmingly negative international reaction to Ankara's actions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed to surmount U.S.-led sanctions on his country in state media reports alongside evocative propaganda images of him riding a white horse on a sacred mountain
Vote counting continues Wednesday in Mozambique's presidential and parliamentary elections, after isolated incidents of vandalism and violence tainted a generally peaceful night of tallying the ballots
Pope Francis is calling for lifestyle and dietary changes to address the paradox of people suffering from malnutrition in some parts of the world and obesity in others
Spain is on edge after two straight days of violent clashes in northeastern Catalonia between police and protesters at over the Supreme Court's sentencing of nine leaders of the region's separatist movement to prison
In chaotic scenes, furious pro-democracy lawmakers twice forced Hong Kong's leader to stop delivering a speech laying out her policy objectives and then clamored for her to resign
A bizarre mystery in the Netherlands was uncovered after a scruffy man in old clothes visited a local bar. The Guardian reports that bar owner Chris Westerbeek told Dutch media that the man first visited 10 days ago and drank five beers on his own. He returned on Sunday saying...
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are meeting in southern France, one day before a key EU summit that may approve a divorce deal with Britain
Australia's trade minister says he wants bilateral free trade deals with Hong Kong, Indonesia and Peru to take effect early next year, adding that the Hong Kong treaty supports its unique status within China
Vietnam has pulled "Abominable" from theaters because the U.S.-Chinese-made animated movie showed a map supporting Chinese claims to the disputed South China Sea
Families of 13 Mexican police officers killed in an apparent cartel ambush have gathered at a funeral home in Michoacan state, many of them angry at the government and police commanders they believe sent their loved ones a certain death
An Australian man in custody for 11 years in Bulgaria over a fatal bar stabbing has been released from detention after a court unexpectedly ordered him paroled
President Jovenel Moïse has broken his silence, saying it would be irresponsible for him to resign amid Haiti's unrest, which has entered a fifth week of deadly protests that have paralyzed the economy and shuttered schools