Burglars attack Chanel boutique in Paris
French police is searching for Chanel store robbers. It is located in one of the prestigious central districts of Paris.
27 killed in airstrike on Syrian hospital
Al Quds field hospital was under control of the opposition. The hospital has been completely destroyed.
UN envoy appeals to U.S., Russia to help Syria peace talks
The UN envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura appealed to the U.S. and Russia to save a shaky Syrian peace deal.
Burma takes pride in its first female Pulitzer Prize winner
Burmese across the world are cheering the success of the first woman from Burma.
Trump lists 'America First' foreign plan
Donald Trump has detailed his foreign policy in a speech, a day after sweeping to a win in five US primaries.
12 people die after taking counterfeit prescription pills in California
Since the end of March, public health officials noticed the rash of overdoses.
IS cash blown up in U.S. strikes
U.S. airstrikes blew up an ISIS cash stockpile worth $500 million in Mosul, according to intelligence reports.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam extradited to France
The main suspect in the terrorist attacks in Paris Salah Abdeslam was handed over to the French authorities.
Chobani yoghurt boss gives 10% of his shares to workers
Staff at US yoghurt maker Chobani will receive a share of a 10% stake in the yoghurt maker, the company's founder has announced.
Venezuela Orders Two-Day Work Week in Bid to Save Power Grid
The collection of electricity-saving measures have reduced Guri’s daily drop from 22 centimeters a day to 10 centimeters.
German beer: 500 years of 'Reinheitsgebot' rules
The production of wheat beers remained limited in Bavaria for centuries but is now allowed.
Paris strike disrupts flights, rail services
Strike of railway workers started in Paris. Traffic of trains on some routes have been disrupted.
Tax leaks trial to begin in Luxembourg
The LuxLeaks scandal cast light on how the small country helped giant companies slash their global tax bills.
Burundi general killed at child's school
A security advisor to Burundi's vice-president has been shot dead while dropping off his daughter at school.
Saudis approve move away from oil
Just over 70% of revenues came from oil last year but it has been hit by falling prices.
Car bomb near Damascus kills at least 15
Terrorist attack hit the Syrian capital of Damascus.
Obama announces additional 250 special operations forces to Syria
Thus, the number of U.S. ground forces in Syria will grow from 50 to 300 people.
Number of refugees to Germany drops sharply after cologne attacks
The number of migrants in Germany declined sharply after the attacks in Cologne.
Sony shares drop on earnings delay
Shares of consumer electronics giant Sony closed down 6% in Monday trade.