French President Emmanuel Macron will boost minimum wages and slash pensioner tax in a desperate attempt to end violent protests sweeping the nation.
International humanitarian non-government organsiation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has released a report titled 'Indefinite Despair' which paints a grim picture of the mental health conditions for refugees and asylum seekers detained on Nauru.
Around 170 German police officers searched six Frankfurt branches of Deutsche Bank in an investigation into it having possibly set up offshore companies to help clients launder money.
Politicians from nine countries have assembled for the largest inquiry yet into digital misinformation but the Facebook CEO chose to send Richard Allan, the company's Vice-President of Policy Solutions, in his place.
Border guards used tear gas on a group of around 500 migrants who were attempting to storm the border in Tijuana, Mexico.
Justice John Roberts has taken the unusual step of denouncing Trump's description of a judge who ruled against his administration as an "Obama judge", stressing the importance of judicial impartiality.
The US President has stunned observers by continuing to side with Saudi Arabia's crown prince even after the CIA concluded the latter had ordered the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
One of the world’s best-known, most highly respected and successful car company bosses, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested in Japan and looks certain to be stripped of his role at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. How did it happen to him?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said cabinet members finally agreed to the draft after a "long, detailed and impassioned debate" that stretched over five hours.