More than 15,000 Romanians, including President Klaus Iohannis, protested across Romania Sunday against controversial decrees that will pardon corrupt politicians and decriminalise other offences.
Outsider Benoit Hamon came first in the French Socialists’ presidential primary on Sunday, and will stand against former prime minister Manuel Valls in a January 29 runoff, partial results showed.
President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday announced the firing of Venezuela’s Central Bank chief, amid a deep economic crisis worsened by the recent bungled release of bigger denomination banknotes.
The Israeli government on Sunday reported a global increase in anti-Semitic incidents in 2016, citing sharp rises in Germany, Britain and the United States compared with the previous year.
A delegation of port and maritime officials from Cuba has arrived in the United States for talks on “business opportunities and foreign investment,” the Granma official newspaper said on Sunday.
Seven headless, mutilated bodies were found in a taxi abandoned in the tourist resort of Manzanillo in western Mexico, apparently victims of the country’s drug violence epidemic, local officials said Sunday.
German police said Sunday they have arrested a man accused of having ties to a suspected Islamic extremist captured in Austria and thought to have been plotting an attack.
A wave of violence has left 27 people dead in the Brazilian state of Para, a bloodletting authorities say might have been provoked by the murder of a police officer.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s office vowed on Sunday there would be no cover-up or whitewash in the investigation into a South Korean’s alleged murder by police.
Air strikes and heavy clashes between rebel and pro-government forces in Yemen had killed at least 66 people in 24 hours, medics and security sources said Sunday.
The head of Taiwan’s tech giant Foxconn confirmed Sunday he is considering a $7 billion investment to make flat panels in the United States in a joint project with Japan’s SoftBank.