A massive urban makeover by Macedonia’s former conservative government that covered the capital Skopje with neo-classical monuments will be reviewed by the country’s new ruling party.
The leader of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic in eastern Ukraine has resigned, the region’s news agency said Friday, following a week of tensions between rival factions.
Kosovo police on Friday arrested three leading members of the main opposition party, including its founder, over the firing of tear gas in parliament last year.
Chris Robshaw returns to England’s openside flanker berth against Samoa at Twickenham on Saturday with a renewed understanding of the highs and lows of international rugby union.
Colombia on Friday marked a year since the signing of a landmark peace deal with Marxist FARC rebels, which President Juan Manuel Santos said had saved thousands of lives.
A week after the death of Cosa Nostra boss Toto Riina, key figures in Italy’s judiciary and police have warned the mafia’s tentacles are extending into the virtual world.
Conditions for Rohingya refugees to safely return to Myanmar from Bangladesh are not in place, the UN said Friday, a day after the two countries announced repatriation would begin in two months.
China launched a nationwide investigation into its kindergartens on Friday after parents at a Beijing preschool said toddlers had apparent needle marks and were given mysterious pills — sparking outrage days after another daycare scandal.
Nicknamed “the Crocodile” for his ruthlessness, Emmerson Mnangagwa who took over Friday as Zimbabwe’s president, is a hardliner with ties to the military who could prove as authoritarian as his mentor Robert Mugabe.
The South African Supreme Court has given former Paralympian Oscar Pistorius a harsher prison term for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A crisis surrounding Ireland’s deputy prime minister was on Friday threatening the country’s minority government and throwing key Brexit negotiations into confusion.