French police moved out around 2,000 migrants from a makeshift camp in an area north of Paris on Friday, the 35th evacuation operation in two years in the capital.
The United States’ most senior military officer on Friday said North Korea understands that an any attack on Japan is equal to one on the US itself — and vice versa.
In Barcelona’s old town, dozens of stunned tourists dressed in shorts and t-shirts stood behind security tape in the early hours, witnesses to the shocking attack on the famous boulevard of Las Ramblas.
Barcelona’s most famous street was packed with tourists when a van drove into the crowds on a sunny Thursday afternoon, leaving scenes of carnage and panic.
Israel’s Supreme Court has frozen implementation of a law legalising dozens of Jewish settlements built on private Palestinian land, which the UN labelled a “thick red line”.
Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe is a “massive flight risk” and must be arrested over allegations that she attacked a model in Johannesburg, South Africa’s main opposition party said Friday.
Vishal Sikka has resigned as chief executive of Infosys, the Indian software giant announced Friday, amid tensions between the company’s board and its founders.
A driver deliberately ploughed a van into pedestrians on one of Spain’s busiest streets on Thursday, injuring a number of people in what police called a “terrorist attack”.
A 10-year-old rape victim whose plea for an abortion was rejected by India’s Supreme Court has given birth to a baby girl, a doctor said Thursday.
As India marks the 70th anniversary of its independence this year, a slew of movies tackling its colonial history are hitting cinema screens, including a controversial account of partition by the director of “Bend it Like Beckham”.
US-led coalition air strikes aimed at dislodging Islamic State group jihadists from the Syrian city of Raqa have cost the lives of 59 civilians in three days, a monitoring group said Thursday.