U.S. President Donald Trump and U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper received a warm welcome from the football players in the Army locker room ahead of the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia on Saturday. Colette Luke has more.
Activists dumped horse manure and staged a mock hanging outside the venue of a U.N. climate summit in Madrid on Saturday, airing their frustration at the failure of world leaders to take meaningful action against global warming. Jillian Kitchener has
Former Nazi official Adolf Eichmann sentenced to death; Bandleader Glenn Miller disappears over the English Channel; The Bill of Rights takes effect; Sioux Indian Chief Sitting Bull killed; Walt Disney dies at age 65.
Here's the latest for Saturday, December 14th: Trump impeachment vote underscores a harshly partisan era; Boris Johnson: Brexit now 'unstoppable'; Clashes as group attacks Lebanon protesters; Christmas tree supply comes up short across the US.
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a bankruptcy reorganization plan submitted by PG&E Corp, the state's largest investor-owned utility, saying its proposal fails to meet the requirements of a recently enacted wildfire law. Colette Lu
They have no party symbols, mottos or flags. They are mainly young people, and in only a month they have filled Italy's major squares to protest against far-right leader Matteo Salvini.
With the first Democratic nominating contests less than two months away, former Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Texas on Friday, a state his campaign sees as crucial to securing the nomination. Jillian Kitchener has more.
Boris Johnson visited northeastern England on Saturday, the region that handed him an impressive victory in Thursday's election.
President Donald Trump left Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Saturday on his way to attend the annual Army-Navy football game. Trump was headed to Philadelphia to attend the game between the two military academies for the second year in a row.
Tens of thousands of people on Saturday filled Rome's Piazza San Giovanni as part of a grassroots movement known as the "sardines" against League's leader Matteo Salvini's politics.
Refusing to succumb to pressure from the BJP over his "Rape in India" remark, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today said he will not apologise for speaking out the "truth" and sought an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "destroying" the c...
Union minister Amit Shah today assured the northeastern states that their "culture, social identity, language and political rights will be untouched" amid the huge unrest over the Citizenship law that was signed off by President Ram Nath Kovind on...
ITV News films Anne Sacoolas for first time since she returned to the US.
Five empty trains were set on fire at the Lalgola railway station in West Bengal's Murshidabad district this evening as protesters continued to block road and disrupt rail services in different parts of the state over the amended Citizenship Act, ...
Protesters across India continued their agitation on Saturday against the controversial religion-based Citizenship Law that allows non-Muslim persecuted minority refugees from neighbouring countries to get citizenship.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar today said he was heckled at the university campus by some students who also attacked his car amid ongoing protests at the varsity over hostel fee hike.
The EFF has welcomed the withdrawal of broadcasting channel eNCA from its elective conference.
A team of German musicologist and programmers are using machine-learning software to complete the beloved composer's final tenth symphony in the run-up to his 250th birthday.
Talks on finding a political solution to Mali's deepening crisis begin, hampered by a sceptical opposition and little sign of support on the ground.
This week, the government passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill which has now become a law. But it has been a move that has sparked anger, protests and despair in various parts of the country. The law now makes it easier for non-Muslims from 3 Mus...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited former strongholds of his Labour opponents in northern England on Saturday and pledged to repay their trust for helping to deliver a stunning victory for his Conservative Party in Britain's national election.
A few travellers try to take a train at Paris Gare du Nord station, on the 10th day of public transport strikes to protest against a pension overhaul.
Boris Johnson cannot "bludgeon" Scotland into seeing the world in the same way that he does, Nicola Sturgeon has said. She spoke with the Prime Minister in a phone call on Friday following the election in which the Conservatives swept to a large ...
Members of Italy's youth-driven Sardine Movement rally in Rome, in their bid to further shake up the country's politics and battle xenophobia. The "Sardines" have become a symbol of protest against the far-right firebrand leader Matteo Salvini, wh...
Boris Johnson has vowed to repay the trust of former Labour supporters whose votes helped deliver him victory in the General Election. The Prime Minister made a symbolic visit to Tony Blair's old Sedgefield constituency in County Durham - which f...
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir faces a two-year sentence in a reform facility after his conviction for corruption on Saturday. His lawyer said the ex-ruler would appeal.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited northern England on Saturday to meet newly elected Conservative Party lawmakers in the working class heartland that turned its back on the opposition Labour Party in this week's election.
State media outlet KCNA said it boosted the country's strategic nuclear deterrence. South Korea's defence minister said it was an engine test.
Tunisian women of the Falgatna collective perform in Arabic the Chilean viral feminist anthem turned into a mighty global roar against sexual violence "The Rapist is You!" during a flashmob in Tunis.
Boris Johnson promises to repay the trust of new voters in the north-east.
New Zealand divers searched contaminated waters near the volcanic White Island for two remaining bodies on Saturday, as the death toll from an eruption rose to at least 15 people, the police said.
A Sudanese court on Saturday convicted former president Omar al-Bashir on charges of corruption and illicit possession of foreign currency and sentenced him to two years of detention in a reform facility.
Mexico's LGBT community gathers in front of Palace of Fine Arts Mexico to support the artist Fabián Chairez, violently attacked for his “gay” painting of the revolutionary figure Emiliano Zapata. While posing, singing and dancing, protesters deman...
Boris Johnson promises to "spread opportunity" across the UK.
George Washington dies at age 67; Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his group reach South Pole; Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia sign an internationally-brokered peace treaty; Baseball's Roger Maris dies at age 51.
To review the ambitious Namami Gange project, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopped on to a streamer. The ride at Kanpur's Atal Ghat lasted 50 minutes where the Prime Minister was accompanied by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other...
They need more time to get a deal on financial support for poor countries affected by climate change and international carbon markets.
John McDonnell says Labour needs to move on from the general election
National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah's detention under the stringent Public Safety Act or PSA has been extended by three months. The three-term chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir will continue to remain at his house in Srinagar that has bee...
Water rises to window level as floods hit southwestern France, where fierce winds recently left one person dead and five others injured.
Hundreds of youngsters gather at the Chicago Bean, one of the key landmarks in the city, to honor local rap artist Juice WRLD at a touching tribute. An incident earlier in the week left the budding rapstar dead at a Chicago airport.
Hundreds of supporters welcome back Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar after she helped defend the country against genocide charges in The Hague.
Emily Thornberry is asked if she will launch a bid for Labour leadership.
Once again, only a handful of trains run at the Paris gare du Nord, Europe's busiest train station, on the tenth day of public transport strikes over pension reforms. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has urged rail operator SNCF to inform traveller...
A look at the life and career of Boris Johnson, who was re-elected as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in December 2019.
Veteran journalist Ashutosh and political analyst Geeta Bhatt battle it out on the issue of the Citizenship Amendment Act. Ashutosh calls it a BJP agenda while Ms Bhatt calls it justice for refugees fleeing religious persecution.
The Atayal people are Taiwan's second-largest indigenous group. Their culture is under threat, but Chen Peng-ling is keeping it alive with tourism-related projects.