Locals called for Vladimir Putin to step down as they demonstrated against the arrest of the Khabarovsk region's governor Sergei Furgal
European Union officials praise the two sides, but neither appeared to shift their position on Serbian recognition of Kosovo
The total number of coronavirus cases across the world rose by over 230,000 on Sunday, according to the World Health Organization — a new daily record.
The British pilot who doctors in Vietnam said was one the worst cases of COVID-19 they had treated has been given the all-clear to return home to Scotland.
The UK government plans border posts, new technology and extra staff to cope with checks needed at entry points when the post-Brexit transition period ends.
Polls suggest it is too close to call who will win the second round of Poland's presidential election, which may be decided on a small margin of votes.
Mongolia's Naadam sporting festival goes ahead behind closed doors but a select audience, including politicians, caused some resentment on the streets
Opposition from Russia forced the UN Security Council to limit humanitarian deliveries to Syria's mostly rebel-held northwest from only one crossing point.
Queues of traffic trying to get across the border into Croatia dispelled any doubts that holidaymakers on the continent are not being perturbed by coronavirus fears.
The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.
The US President had previously sent mixed signals about wearing masks, recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus.
Thousands gathered in the city of Khabarovsk and some shouted, "Shame on Moscow!" and "Putin's a thief!" after their governor was arrested.
Protests began against renewed lockdown restrictions but have mushroomed into an expression of wider frustration with the hard-line rule of President Aleksandar Vucic.
Industry analysts say only about a third of the usual number of tourists will visit Portugal's Algarve region this summer.
The EU Commission has unveiled its latest strategy for a greener, cleaner energy future - and it's pinning its hopes on hydrogen.
In this week's Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna goes to Naples to find out how Camorra is capitalising on the social and economic crisis caused by Covid.
"This move solidifies the tyranny of President Rodrigo Duterte," Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director of Human Rights Watch, said after the vote.
The Middle East and North Africa e-commerce market was worth $8.3 billion in 2017, according to a Bain and Company report.
Dubai-based serial entrepreneur, Joy Ajlouny, is a self-proclaimed ‘bull in a china shop’.
Judge Carmel Agius, the last president of the UN court examining atrocities in the former Yugoslavia, says justice is only a partial solution to war crimes.
The lawyer of Ivan Safronov, who is accused of spying for a NATO country, says the allegations against him relate to his work as a journalist.
Domestic violence will now include a provision specifically for "cybernetic violence" which intends to "shame, humble, scare, threat, or silence the victim".
Austrian police say last weekend's killing of the 43-year-old, named locally as Anzor Umarov, could be politically motivated
Australia ends Hong Kong extradition treaty, extends visas
Wearing a mask will now be mandatory in Catalonia, where one county is already under lockdown due to coronavirus.
The former dictator's Galicia residence Pazo de Meirás was obtained through fraud and extortion, the government claims
The UK Chancellor announced a new round of fiscal measures to improve the outlook for the British economy post-pandemic.
In this week's Cult, Jane Witherspoon speaks to the British artist in Dubai who has been creating record-breaking artwork whilst in lockdown.
Ivan Safronov, now an adviser to the Russian space agency, faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of spying
Facebook has been under significant pressure after hundreds of companies suspended their adverts on the platform.
The notification will be effective at the end of a one-year period, July 6, 2021, according to several officials in the US government - meaning the decision could be reversed under a new administration.
Thousands protested in Belgrade on Tuesday as the Serbian president announced the reintroduction of lockdown measures.
What can be expected from Emmanuel Macron's newly reshuffled government amid the COVID-19 crisis and ahead of the 2022 presidential race?
After one person was confirmed to have contracted the bubonic plague, is there really cause for concern?
Migrants normally make up the bulk of fruit pickers in Finland, but in this pandemic year, farmers are instead turning to locals for help.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the Spanish city to cancel its iconic – and booze-fuelled – bull runs.
The judges ruled that the restrictions imposed in Gütersloh after an outbreak at a slaughterhouse were disproportionate and should be replaced with more targeted measures.
It is the latest social media platform to take action after China's crackdown on pro-independence activities.
Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday a "new path" was necessary as his LREM party was dealt a blow during local elections last month.
The UK sanctions target alleged perpetrators in the killings of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, as well as others from Myanmar and North Korea.
Austria has also imposed a travel warning for six western Balkans countries, Bosnia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Serbia, in view of high COVID-19 figures.
He composed the famous coyote-howl theme for the iconic film “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”.
After over a week at sea, the first individuals began disembarking the Ocean Viking aid vessel at a Sicilian port late on Monday night.
The European Public Prosecutor's Office will soon be able to investigate crimes related to the European budget in Member States as Europe steps up its efforts to fight corruption.
Scientists are investigating the appearance of pink ice in an Alpine glacier in northern Italy – looking at the relationship between algae growing inside it and climate change.
International AIDS Conference 2020: How the coronavirus crisis is hitting the fight against HIV/AIDS
UNAIDS has warned that coronavirus-related disruptions in HIV treatment could result in half a million excess deaths in sub-Saharan Africa.
Polls had predicted a tight race but the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, emerged as the clear winner with over 90% of the votes counted.
In 2015, ISIS ravaged the Syrian archeological site of Palmyra. Five years on, Italian conductor Riccardo Muti leads a concert honouring the UNESCO World Heritage site.