By Mitra Taj LA PAZ (Reuters) – Bolivian President Evo Morales has steered South America’s poorest country through an unprecedented period of political stability and economic prosperity since sweeping
PARIS (Reuters) – Hundreds of women took part in so-called “die-in” protests in central Paris on Saturday, hoping to draw attention to domestic violence against women.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia does not rule out reaching a new contract to supply its air defense missile systems to Turkey, Interfax news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov as saying
By Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of supporters of Italy’s right-wing opposition parties, spearheaded by Matteo Salvini’s League which was ousted from power two months ago, gathered in
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Ukraine, Syria and Libya during a phone call, the Interfax news agency quoted the Kremlin as saying on
MOSCOW (Reuters) – At least 15 gold miners were killed on Saturday when a dam collapsed, flooding an artisanal mining encampment in a remote part of Siberia, officials said.
By Andrew MacAskill, Zandi Shabalala and James Davey LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of thousands of Britons marched through London on Saturday to demand a new Brexit referendum and celebrated as
By Aislinn Laing SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Troops were patrolling the streets of the Chilean capital Santiago on Saturday morning, the military confirmed, after President Sebastian Pinera evoked a state of
MAPUTO/JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Mozambique’s incumbent President Filipe Nyusi has taken an early lead in results from this week’s presidential election but the main opposition party has questioned the