French experts to help restore ancient monuments in Syria
One of the first joint projects will be the famous castle Krak des Chevaliers, which is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Migrant boat sinks in Mediterranean
The search for the remaining 200 passengers is still underway.
Terrorists kill five soldiers in Mali
Two army vehicles blew up on a hand-made mine. No group has taken the responsibility for the attack.
Two killed as record rain, flooding slams central Texas
Two people died. The body of one of the deceased was found in a car that drifted from the road by a flow of water.
Amnesty International urges full decriminalization of prostitution
While many applauded the move, other said it was “irresponsible” and a “gift to pimps.”
Jose Mourinho: Man Utd confirm former Chelsea boss as new manager
Jose Mourinho has been officially confirmed as Manchester United manager and has signed a three-year contract.
Google defeats Oracle in Java code copyright case
Oracle had argued that Google had infringed its copyright and had sought nearly $9bn in damages.
G7: Brexit 'risk to global growth'
The closing communiqué sets out their consensus on the challenges to the global economy and security situation.
Trump wins enough backers for nomination
Republicans will finalise their nomination at a convention in July.
EU referendum poster aimed at minority ethnic vote causes controversy
The campaign group that aims to persuade more minority ethnic people to get involved in politics.
At least 3 killed, dozens injured in chemical plant blast in India
The explosion was reportedly in a boiler inside the plant.
Starbucks to open first coffee roastery outside U.S. in Shanghai
Starbucks has been investing heavily in China, the company's largest market outside the United States, despite signs of slowing gr
Neanderthals built mysterious cave structures 175,000 years ago
The largest of the walls is nearly seven metres across and, where intact, stands up to 40cm high.
Germany’s carrot and stick approach to refugee integration
Taking a carrot and stick approach, the legislation stipulates refugees must learn German in return for financial support.
France nuclear workers to join strike
The CGT union said staff at 16 of France's 19 nuclear plants had voted for a one-day strike.
Eleven killed in Kabul explosion
The terrorist blew the bus with court employees onboard.
Trump protesters smash door, break through barriers
Protesters lit fires, smashed a door and threw rocks outside a Donald Trump rally Tuesday night in New Mexico.
Eurozone ministers agree “breakthrough” deal with Greece
The agreement also won a commitment from the IMFfinally to return to taking part in the bailout for Athens.
Cuba legalises private businesses
It is the latest stage of reforms begun when President Raul Castro took over from his brother, Fidel in 2008.