GREECE is poised to pile more pressure on beleaguered German Chancellor Angela Merkel after MPs overwhelmingly backed a resolution ordering the country's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to demand wartime reparations totalling more than £325billion.
NOTRE DAME faces a lengthy and costly renovation after a massive blaze tore through the medieval Catholic cathedral - but is Notre Dame owned by the Catholic Church and will the Vatican contribute towards its repair?
NORTH Korea leader Kim Jong-Un has demanded US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo be removed from denuclearisation talks between the two nations, before his right hand man accused the American “talking nonsense” in cutting remarks.
SPAIN is facing its most chaotic election in living history due to a rise in nationalism and dealing with the aftermath of the Catalan government’s independence. Here is the latest on the elections as polls show instability will continue.
INDIA's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has upped the stakes in his country's ongoing war of words with neighbour and rival Pakistan - by bragging that his country has "the mother of nuclear bombs", adding that it was "now Pakistan's turn to weep".
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive, despite the overwhelming defeat suffered by his terrorist organisation, experts believe, after the discovery of a letter specifically addressed to him outlined plans for a fresh wave of atrocities.
NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-Un will travel to Russia in the second half of this month and meet President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Thursday - on the same day Pyongyang said it was no longer prepared to deal with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in future talks over denuclearisation, and confirmed plans to resume nuclear missile tests.
A strange political spat in Germany emerged on Thursday after the youth chairman of the center-left Social Democrat party said he wouldn't attend a party but "anyone who wants to go to a nightclub should be able to,' according to Deutsche Welle. Germany has a number of regions which are still very conservative, especially on Good Friday which is traditionally viewed as a day of reflection and quiet. But there has been growing debate on whether to overturn the local laws which have banned dancing on the Easter holiday weekend. Kevin Kühnert, the youth party chairman, made the comments on Thursday and drew a sharp response from elders within the SPD."Up until now, I had no idea that the SPD...