MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian opposition activists staged a string of pickets in central Moscow on Saturday to call for free elections and for charges against protesters detained at recent rallies to be
By Mohammed Mukhashef and Maher Chmaytelli ADEN/DUBAI (Reuters) – Southern Yemeni separatists withdrew on Saturday from some government buildings in Aden that they seized last week but held on to
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The outgoing head of the European Union’s executive, Jean-Claude Juncker of the European Commission, has cut short a holiday to undergo urgent surgery, his press team said in a
By Guglielmo Mangiapane and Joan Faus LAMPEDUSA/BARCELONA (Reuters) – A charity that operates a rescue ship carrying more than a hundred migrants off the coast of Italy said on Saturday that it could
By Gavin Jones and Ingrid Melander ROME/MADRID (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday that six EU countries had agreed to take in some 150 migrants from a rescue ship that
By Sergei Karazy and Bogdan Basii CHERNOBYL, Ukraine (Reuters) – More than three decades after he flew his helicopter above the radioactive volcano that was Chernobyl’s nuclear reactor number four,
KIEV (Reuters) – Eight people died and 10 more were injured in a fire early on Saturday in a private hotel in the southern Ukrainian port of Odessa, Ukraine’s emergencies service said.
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the test-firing of a new weapon again on Friday morning, state media KCNA said on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) – A Conservative lawmaker at the center of efforts to block a no-deal Brexit said on Saturday he was pessimistic about his chances because he and other party colleagues could not