Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon has argued it would be possible for Scotland to remain in the European Union, even if the rest of the United Kingdom did not.
A top Russian diplomat was killed yesterday by an off-duty Turkish police officer.
A special French court found Christine Lagarde guilty for her role in a 2008 arbitration award to a French businessman, but declined to hand a sentence to the International Monetary Fund managing director.
Ties between the two countries became strained in 2010, when the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Military and police deployed across the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo as president Joseph Kabila says he intends to remain in power after the end of his term, with new elections delayed indefinitely.
Just as fake news circulated around the web ahead of the presidential election, bogus ads are spreading on Facebook and Twitter as a vehicle for delivering malicious software.
Bana al-Abed, the young girl who documented her life in war-torn Aleppo on Twitter, was evacuated from the city early Monday.
Over the coming 24 months, a host of Latin American nations are slated to elect their leaders. The outcome of many of these races is far from certain.