Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is ready to hold more discussions with the opposition Labour party this weekend over Brexit, a spokesman for May’s office said on Friday.
An Italian man held hostage in Syria since April 2016 has been freed and is returning home, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Friday.
Mourning families of Ethiopian Airlines passengers who died in last month’s crash are asking awkward and angry questions of U.S. planemaker Boeing after closely following a preliminary report into the disaster.
Officials say Brian Michael Rini, who said he was missing Illinois boy, Timmothy Pitzen, has made similar claims before.
Travel agents, London’s transport network and finance houses were among a rising number of companies on Friday to cut ties with businesses owned by Brunei to protest over the Sultanate’s introduction of the death penalty for gay sex and adultery.
The families of murdered Slovak and Maltese journalists on Friday backed Romania’s former chief anti-graft prosecutor’s bid to become the EU’s first fraud prosecutor – against the wishes of her country’s government.
Eastern Libyan forces said in a statement on Friday that they had taken control of the areas of Qasr ben Ghashir, Wadi al-Rabie and Suq al-Khamis near Tripoli.
Britain’s opposition Labour Party said on Friday that talks with the government on a last-ditch Brexit deal had made no progress, as EU leaders said Prime Minister Theresa May had not convinced them that they should let Britain delay its departure next…
Protesters rally for seventh straight week demanding the departure of allies of long-serving leader, who quit this week.
You can never have too much GAA paraphanelia…