Billionaire to grads at US black college: I'll pay your debt

Sunday was already a day of joy and pride for the graduating class at historically black Morehouse College in...

Swiss vote to tighten gun laws, safeguard EU relations

Overwhelming support for reformed gun laws

Blast hits Egypt tourist bus, 17 injured: security, medical sources

One of a series of deadly attacks targeting holidaymakers

Parents try to remove doctor in French right-to-die case

They have pleaded with the President to step in

Negative politics wins the election for Australia's conservatives

Analysts say Morrison's Liberals sowed doubt about Labor's reform plans

India's bitter election comes to an end, with Modi's majority at risk

Incumbent Modi and Rahul Gandhi have traded insults throughout the campaign

Boeing admits to flaws in 737 MAX simulator software

Plane has been grounded in many places after two deadly crashes

Pope Francis warns against fake news, urges journalists to stay humble

Pontiffs says journalists must not rush to report

Merkel urges Europe to stand up to politicians 'for sale'

German chancellor says far-rightists 'want to destroy the Europe of our values'

Conservatives win shock victory in Australian elections, stunning pollsters

Labor leader Bill Shorten resigns after conceding defeat

Exit polls tip Labour to win Australia election

Anger over government's inaction on climate change may prove the difference

Austrian vice-chancellor quits following hidden camera sting

Far-right politician was recorded as he promised contracts

N. Korea demands UN action over ship seizure by 'gangster' US

Seizure came amid heightened tensions after Pyongyang conducted weapons drills

Maduro government welcomes Norway 'dialogue' efforts

The government of President Nicolas Maduro on Friday thanked Norway for its mediation efforts to build a...

Council of Europe bid to reconcile with Russia angers Kiev

Meeting is hoping to resolve major crisis with Moscow

Pope accepts resignation of Brazilian bishop: Vatican

Bishop was being investigated for extortion and covering up sexual abuse

Talks to end Brexit deadlock collapse after Labour pulls the plug

Labour blames 'weakness and instability' of May's government

US slaps sanctions over Russia rights despite revived ties

Move follows Congress annual report on human rights

North Korea seeing worst drought in a century: state media

World Food Programme express 'serious concerns'

Taiwan's parliament approves same-sex marriage, first in Asia

Conservatives tried to stop the move until the very last minute