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.
Speaking to assembled world leaders at a commemorative event to mark 100 years since the end of World War I, French President Emmanuel Macron described nationalism as a "betrayal of patriotism".
More than 1,400 of the UK's top lawyers have written to Theresa May's government to urge it to hold a second Brexit referendum.
Thousands of employees at the search engine behemoth have protested what they see as lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual assaults.
The biannual Living Planet, the flagship report of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), has revealed an alarming level of planetary change resulting from unchecked consumption.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said his country has no 'Plan B' after the EU took the unprecedented step of ruling the national budget did not comply with its spending rules.
Speaking in parliament, the Turkish President has said the murder was premeditated and that Saudi Arabia needs to answer questions on who ordered the hit.
Former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, entrepreneur Bill Gates and Kristalina Georgieva, CEO of the World Bank, will chair the newly establisshed Global Commission on Adaptation.
Fake news has reared its ugly head on social media once again with an automated army of suspicious accounts booted off Twitter after tweeting support for the Saudi Arabian leadership en masse.
Marsel van Oosten's breathtaking portrait of two snub-nosed monkeys was the overall winner of the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year.