Analysts view Marine Le Pen's decision as an attempt to distance herself from the racist image of her party.
China attempts to diffuse tensions after a U.S. aircraft carrier sailed towards the waters off the Korean region.
Ex-Iranian president surprisingly filed his candidacy last week despite denying plans to re-run for presidency.
Nawaz Sharif and his family are accused of conducting shady business deals through offshore bank accounts.
U.N.I.C.E.F. also accused the Nigerian army of detaining suspected children without any psychological support.
South African President Jacob Zuma, facing public fury over corruption, inducts 10 new "loyalist" ministers.
U.N.I.C.E.F. says refugee women suffer systemic sexual assaults multiple times at the hands of traffickers.
The world's largest refugee camp shelters more than 200,000 Somalis, who fled war in their country.
Earlier, three exit polls projected opposition candidate as a clear winner, handing him a lead of six points.
Historic move reflects U.S. policy shift from "isolation to engagement."
The peace agreement between the government and the F.A.R.C. rebels was rejected in a referendum last week.
The Nobel committee honors the president's efforts to end the 52-year-long conflict with F.A.R.C. rebels.
Citizens can secure cash rewards of up to $72,000 by submitting tip-offs through hotline launched last year.
The E.U. lawmakers passed a resolution condemning the Filipino leader's plan to reinstate the death penalty.
Tibetan protesters hold demonstrations to mark the 58th anniversary of the 1959 uprising against Chinese rule.
Malaysia's leader Najib Razak on Wednesday said that there are no plans to cut diplomatic ties with N. Korea.
French presidential election is headed for a tight clash between centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right rival Marine Le Pen after the two leaders progressed to the second round on Sunday.
In her surprise announcement, British prime minister calls the move necessary for a successful Brexit.
The financial & operational restructuring of U.K.-based airlines after Brexit likely to hit jobs in aviation industry.
Germany and the Netherlands blocked Turkish leaders from holding rallies among Turk expatriates on their soil.
Over 1,500 protest against rights abuse, conditions of captivity and unlawful transfer between prisons.
The opposition says the evacuation deal, brokered by Iran and Qatar, leads to forced demographic change.
This is the eighth time Moscow has blocked a resolution and shielded Damascus against any direct action.
America's envoy to the U.N. rejected Russia's claim that the gas may have accidently leaked from rebel depot.
The rare show of unity comes as a similar investigation remains marred by acrimony on account of political rifts.
U.S. president scrapped the "job-killing regulation" to create thousands of jobs in the fossil fuels industry.
Donald Trump's son-in-law faces questions over two meetings he allegedly arranged with Russian officials.
U.S. president has demanded a vote in the House of Representatives on Friday over a debatable healthcare bill, which many believe, is unlikely to muster necessary support, given the opposition from Republican faction.