Protestors have rallied outside the Grand Post Office in Algiers every week since February, forcing veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in early April after two decades in power. They continued
Pedro Almodovar, who's never won the Palme d'or yet, is one of the favorite of the competition with his latest "Pain and Glory", a semi-autobiographical, nostalgic and personal film, starring Antonio and
Elsewhere in the UK, groups representing EU citizens living in Britain are calling for all those denied the chance to vote on Thursday to lodge official complaints. The Electoral Commission blames the
“She summited Everest yesterday and reached the top of Lhotse this morning. Her health is well and she is heading down from Camp 3 now,” Rishi Ram Bhandari of Satori Adventures told AFP. Everest and Lhotse
We thought the Cannes Film Festival had lost its faculty to provoke, shock and stir outrage. Albert Serra tried his best with two hours of lurid, moon-lit libertinage in 18th century costumes. Diao Yinan
As the British parliament continues in vain to reach a deal on Brexit, we sometimes forget about the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, where the divorce from Brussels will be deeply felt. Also as
US President Donald Trump says Washington's complaints over Huawei could be resolved as part of an eventual trade deal with China.... while calling the tech firm "very dangerous". The comments come days
Narendra Modi has secured a second five-year term as India's prime minister following a landslide victory for his Hindu Nationalist BJP. Meanwhile, his main rival Rahul Gandhi, of the opposition Congress
President Joko Widodo won 55.5% of votes in the poll to lead the world’s third biggest democracy, beating retired general Prabowo, who got 44.5%, the General Election Commission (KPU) said on Tuesday.
Former Trump campaign guru Steve Bannon is making a surprise cameo in France’s European election campaign, ostensibly to help populist ally Marine Le Pen win. But he’s proving an inconvenient interloper
Washington last week effectively banned U.S. firms from doing business with Huawei, the world’s largest telecoms network gear maker, citing national security concerns. “You look at what they’ve done from
The charges accuse Assange of violating the Espionage Act by publishing thousands of secret and classified documents, including the identities of confidential sources for American armed forces and diplomats.
With British Prime Minister Theresa May looking set to resign after postponing her forlorn bid to push her divorce deal through parliament, Eurosceptics across the continent had hoped for major gains the