BELGRADE (Reuters) - Police said they moved Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and his family to “a safe location” on Saturday after uncovering a weapons cache including a rocket-propelled grenade
Switzerland's national rail service (SBB) plans to start selling the digital currency Bitcoin at stations next month. From 11 November, customers will be able to trade Swiss francs for Bitcoins using machines.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - China is embarking on a divide-and-rule campaign on self-ruled Taiwan, offering to boost tourism to pro-Beijing towns and counties while giving the new pro-independence government the
Iceland's anti-establishment Pirate Party gained momentum but failed to win a majority in Saturday's snap election, prompted by the the Panama Papers scandal, which rattled the incumbent coalition. Polls
Photo: Mark Daffey/Getty Images Of the buildings that still remain today from the early years of civilization, many of the most spectacular are the ancient temples. Given the importance of religion in
This past week, OPEC countries and some major non-OPEC oil producers continued with their series of talks about a potential oil production freeze. The hope is that even a slight reduction or freeze in
DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemen has endured thousands of air strikes and the deaths of more than 10,000 people in a 19-month war that has also unleashed hunger on the desperately poor country - but its biggest
Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan attends a Republic Day ceremony at Anitkabir, the mausoleum of modern Turkey's founder Ataturk, to mark the republic's anniversary in Ankara, Turkey, October 29, 2016.
SOUTH OF MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi troops and security forces edged closer to Mosul on two southern fronts on Sunday but a leader of the Shi’ite militias newly participating in the offensive warned
Raymond Gilmour was recruited by RUC in 1976 to inform from within republican paramilitary group, the INLA An IRA informer who spied for the British at the height of the Troubles has been found dead in
Campaigners say the UK is complicit in activities that may be in breach of international law US military personnel serving at the UK’s RAF bases are helping to identify targets for drone strikes, according
Nato is not seeking confrontation with Russia and does not want another Cold War, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has told the BBC. The planned deployment of 4,000 extra troops to eastern Europe aims
ATHENS (Reuters) - Leaders of ethnically-split Cyprus will move peace talks to Switzerland in November where territorial issues will be discussed, the United Nations said on Wednesday, in the latest attempt
Yemen has been rocked by conflict since Iran-backed Huthi rebels overran the capital Sanaa and other large parts of the country in 2014, prompting military intervention by a Saudi-led coalition in March