Israel's prime minister is moving ahead with a controversial law that would legalize dozens of West Bank settlements, despite warnings that the bill itself is illegal.
A Greek-German charity called Naomi has collected blankets from a refugee and migrant encampment that's now closed. Volunteers in a northern Greek city are using sewing machines to repurpose the items.
John Bercow, the Speaker of the lower house, said Monday that he opposes US President Trump addressing Parliament during a state visit.
Britain celebrated its monarch's Sapphire Jubilee on Monday, marking the 65th anniversary of the Queen's ascension to the throne. The Queen herself, however, didn't mark the day with a public event.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen attacked both Islamic fundamentalism and globalization in her formal announcement for France's presidency on Sunday.
Qatar Airways has launched the world's longest scheduled commercial airline route, from Doha, Qatar, to Auckland, New Zealand, a distance of 9,032 miles.
A team of three scientists and five assistants found 33 billion tons of carbon locked up in a Congo ecosystem – the equivalent of 20 years of current US fossil fuel emissions. The discovery is a key step in ensuring this carbon-storing area is protected.
Turkey, which has been helping fight the Islamic State in Syria, is stepping up its domestic anti-terrorism efforts after a year marked by dozens of attacks linked to the terror group or Kurdish militants.
John Kerry, secretary of State under Barack Obama, declared the Monroe Doctrine to be over. It seems already to be experiencing a resurgence under President Trump.
The far-right candidates' campaign promises include drastically curbing migration, expelling all illegal migrants, and holding a referendum on France's European Union membership.
Hou Yifan, the world’s top female chess player, walked out on her final match at the Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival.
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis said he will back Japan's claims to islands also claimed by China. Will this be seen as a new signal of aggression by Trump administration toward China?