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Tens of thousands of people on Saturday filled Rome's Piazza San Giovanni as part of a grassroots movement known as the "sardines" against League's leader Matteo Salvini's politics.
Protesters across India continued their agitation on Saturday against the controversial religion-based Citizenship Law that allows non-Muslim persecuted minority refugees from neighbouring countries to get citizenship.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited former strongholds of his Labour opponents in northern England on Saturday and pledged to repay their trust for helping to deliver a stunning victory for his Conservative Party in Britain's national election.
New Zealand divers searched contaminated waters near the volcanic White Island for two remaining bodies on Saturday, as the death toll from an eruption rose to at least 15 people, the police said.
A Sudanese court on Saturday convicted former president Omar al-Bashir on charges of corruption and illicit possession of foreign currency and sentenced him to two years of detention in a reform facility.
Former Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune was announced as Algeria's new president on Friday, after a vote the authorities hope will end months of turmoil and protests.
A Democratic-controlled House of Representatives committee on Friday took Republican President Donald Trump to the brink of impeachment when it approved two charges against him stemming from his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic p
Finland's finance minister deleted an Instagram post and issued an apology on Friday after criticism by a human rights group that embarrassed the new, women-led government days after it took office.
British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Friday he did not want to go quickly after Labour suffered its worst election result since 1935 - and that he was prepared to remain leader until the party chooses a successor next year.
Electing its first Conservative Member of Parliament since it became two constituencies in 1974, West Bromwich in the Midlands is emblematic of the pro-Brexit shock in Labour heartlands which handed Boris Johnson a majority government on Friday.
Indian Muslims across the country took to the streets on Friday to protest against new citizenship legislation which the UN has called "discriminatory".
European Union leaders agreed on Friday to a 2050 climate neutrality target for the bloc, after hours of haggling with eastern European states demanding funds to support a transition away from fossil fuels and the continued use of nuclear power.
Britain's election result was hailed as a victory for English, Scottish and Irish nationalism. Could it could spell the end of the United Kingdom? Ciara Lee reports
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's ruling Conservatives have won a significant majority in an election that reshapes the British political landscape and breaks the Brexit gridlock.
A military team recovered six bodies from the volcanic island that fatally erupted earlier this week in New Zealand, a high risk operation watched by dozens of grieving family members waiting on the mainland.
U.S. lawmakers moved closer on Thursday to impeaching Republican President Donald Trump, as members of a House of Representatives committee neared a vote to approve formal charges and send articles of impeachment to the full House for a final vote n
One of several Democratic presidential candidates in their 70s, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's doctor said in a letter released by the campaign that the billionaire was a '77-year-old man in outstanding health'. Last week 70-year-old Elizabeth Warren released her medical exam results showing she was also in 'excellent health'.
Votes are still being counted but initial exit polls suggest that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party have swept the national election, with a commanding majority to push his Brexit deal through parliament once and for all
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi called on World Court judges on Thursday to dismiss an accusation of genocide against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority, saying its own justice system should be given the chance to work first. Lisa Bernhard has mo
A grandmother runs a makeshift laundromat near the main site of the protests in Baghdad's Tahrir Square for washing protesters' clothes. More than 400 people have been killed by Iraqi forces, and thousands others injured since mass anti-government pr