The number of Britons confirmed killed by an Islamist gunman in Tunisia has risen to 27, Prime Minister David Cameron tells parliament.
South Africa says it is considering withdrawing its membership of the International Criminal Court (ICC), after a dispute over the country’s failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
Greek ministers are speculating creditors are conspiring against Athens as euro zone ministers say they will work with creditor proposal not the Greek one, but many still hopeful of a deal.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says time has come for France to take legal action against the United States while French people say they are not worried by new revelations on spying practices.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley orders Confederate flags to be removed from the grounds of the Southern state’s Capitol.
President Barack Obama was heckled while giving a speech at the White House in observance of LGBT Pride Month.
Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders airs cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad on Dutch television as part of public broadcast time allocated to political parties to generate publicity.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announces on his website and on twitter, “I’m running for President of the United States of America” — making him the the first person of Indian-American heritage to run for the White House.
(REUTERS) – French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Wednesday that it was out of question to accept U.S. spying on French presidents.
Calls grow for and inquiry into whether Australian officials paid people-smugglers thousands of dollars to turn the their boat back to Indonesia.