The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator has dismissed the Prime Minister's claim that a snap election will strengthen her position in EU exit negotiations.
Erin Moran, who played Joanie Cunningham in the sitcoms Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi, has died aged 56.
An hour inland from the Mediterranean, just north of Marseille, Provence is this country at its most beautiful.
Former world number one tennis player Ilie Nastase has been barred from Romania's Fed Cup semi-final tie after apparently aiming abuse at the British team.
Two police officers have been injured in protests outside the German Alternative for Germany (AfD) party convention in Cologne.
An American Airlines employee has been suspended after allegedly hitting a mother with a pushchair.
Italian cyclist Michele Scarponi has been killed after being hit by a minibus while out riding in Filottrano, Italy.
The US is going to honour a controversial refugee exchange deal with Australia, despite Donald Trump's claims that it is "dumb".
An Islamic State operative who was a close associate of leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and linked with an attack on a Turkish nightclub that left 39 people dead has been killed, the US says.
Seven Manchester United fans have been killed while watching their team play on television.
Members of the far-right populist Alternative for Germany party rejected an attempt by a prominent leader to moderate some of its positions ahead of elections.
A contingent of villagers in Vietnam released 19 government officials they had been holding captive, ending a week-long standoff over land rights.
French citizens living overseas began casting their ballots in the first round of the presidential elections a day ahead of the vote in France.
Panicked passengers at Gare du Nord train station in Paris ran as police arrested a man who waved a knife. No one was injured.
The Citizens' Assembly in Ireland voted in favor of amending the country's laws to provide greater access to abortion.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta apologized for not being prepared for the massive turnout that forced the closure of election primaries throughout the country.
Philippine troops killed Abu Sayyaf leader Joselito Melloria during a clash on the resort island of Bohol, officials said
More than 100 soldiers were killed in an attack by the Taliban on an Army base in Afghanistan, officials said on Saturday.
The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson is expected to arrive in waters near the Korean peninsula early next week, according to a Japanese news report.
The man who shot a police officer dead and injured two others in Paris was not previously on any security watch list as a potential risk, officials said Friday.
The Pentagon said a U.S.-led military operation in Syria this month killed a top Islamic State associate who was involved in planning a deadly attack in Turkey.
North Korea's Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee said Pyongyang would use "any means necessary" to "protect the peace" on the Korean peninsula.
China expressed its displeasure with Japanese politicians after a group of more than 90 Tokyo lawmakers visited Japan's controversial Yasukuni Shrine on Friday.
South African officials said 20 people, mostly children, died after the bus they were in collided with a truck.
An international naval force that includes the United States and South Korea conducted anti-piracy drills off the coast of Somalia.
The mayor of a municipality in Caracas, Venezuela, said a man died during an anti-government protest -- the ninth related death in two weeks.
The largest displacement camp housing Iraqis who fled the battle to recapture Mosul lies next to oil fields scorched by the Islamic State, emitting toxic fumes.
Slovakia-based company AeroMobil unveiled its flying car at a Monaco car show and began taking pre-orders, starting at $1.3 million, it said.
U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis said there was "no longer any doubt" that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime still has chemical weapons.
Kim Jong Un has consolidated his control of the Workers' Party by establishing a "unified leadership system" since the Seventh Party Congress in 2016.