By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) – A near-record number of journalists around the world are behind bars for their work, including two Reuters reporters whose imprisonment in Myanmar has drawn
By Nina Chestney KATOWICE, Poland (Reuters) – The Maldives will do all in its power to keep “our heads above water”, the head of its delegation at U.N. climate talks said on Thursday in an impassioned
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – There will be no meeting between U.S.
By Gavin Jones and Giuseppe Fonte ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s surprise decision to sharply cut its budget deficit goal does little to solve the problems of its finances and a conflict over EU fiscal
By Gwladys Fouche OSLO (Reuters) – Whatever the outcome of Britain’s tortuous divorce proceedings from Europe, there appears to be little help waiting in the wings from non-EU member Norway to join
PARIS (Reuters) – Armed French police launched an operation in Strasbourg’s Neudorf neighborhood on Thursday, a Reuters photographer said, as they pursue the hunt for a gunman who killed three people
By Abdi Sheikh MOGADISHU (Reuters) – Somalia arrested on Thursday a former Islamist militant who seeking election as a regional president, sparking clashes between his supporters and security forces.
By Stephen Farrell RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) – A Palestinian gunman killed two Israeli soldiers at a bus station in the occupied West Bank on Thursday, Israel’s military said, hours after Israeli
By Foo Yun Chee and Jason Hovet STRASBOURG/PRAGUE (Reuters) – European Union lawmakers backed a resolution on Thursday calling on the EU’s executive to act against suspected conflicts of interest