Relatives and supporters of the late Iraqi foreign minister and Saddam Hussein’s ally Tariq Aziz attend a mass in a church ahead of his burial.
(REUTERS) – It was expected and now it’s official.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s lawyer leaves a French court with the news of his client’s acquittal.
DSK, as he’s known in France, was found not guilty of hiring prostitutes for a party he and others attended.
Actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie appeals to leaders to protect women in conflict zones at AU Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa
U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden said on Saturday his son Beau has died after battling brain cancer, according to a White House statement.
Residents of Abuja and Lagos celebrate the first-ever democratic transfer of power in Nigeria, as former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari is inaugurated as president.
Russia’s anti-corruption watchdog chief says he does not believe the 2018 World Cup bidding process was corrupt and the FIFA arrests are a politically motivated attempt to strip Russia of the World Cup.
A founder member of the campaign group ‘New FIFA Now’ who is also a British Member of Parliament says change is needed more than ever and many people probably think president Sepp Blatter is the most despicable man in world sport.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Iraqi troops’ lack of will to fight Islamic State militants, an issue cited by the Pentagon chief over the weekend, has been a concern. In the wide-ranging briefing, Earnest also tells reporters the Obama administration has no backup plan if the U.S. Congress fails to act on legislation that would extend certain provisions of the USA Patriot Act.
The French lower house voted in favour of a law which could punish supermarkets who destroy edible food in a nation-wide effort to curb food waste.