After almost two years of intense effort, there were signs that inside the neoclassical palace-turned-hotel hosting the past eight days of talks by armies of technical and legal experts, the end may be in sight.
Egyptian warplanes killed 25 Islamist militants in North Sinai on Saturday after launching a series of airstrikes, secturit sources state, as the Egyptian President visited the province after a major escalation of the conflict there.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak is facing the risk of a criminal charge on allegations that millions of dollars were funneled from an indebted state fund to his personal bank accounts.
Hillary Clinton, the US Democratic presidential candidate, accused China on Saturday of committing cybercrimes against the United States, as well as stealing commercial secrets, 'huge amounts of government information,' and of trying to 'hack into everything that doesn't move in America.'
The sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft completed its historic flight without consuming a drop of fuel, touching down successfully in Hawaii.
After a life-saving heart surgery, a dressing covers the scar where surgeons have cut open his chest, but the Philippine teenager feels stronger than he has for years after his operation in Sudan.
Arctic may be relatively isolated from human civilisation and often seen only in picturesque images involving Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and furry polar bears, but drilling in the white expanse can have its consequences.
As the sun rose above a cash-strapped Greece on Sunday, the young and the old were already queuing to have their say in a referendum which could be a new dawn for their crisis-wracked country, or plunge its finances deeper into the dark.
In one of the biggest assaults on the Islamic State, US-led coalition forces said they carried out a series of 16 airstrikes in its Syrian stronghold of Raqa on Saturday.
A long-delayed investigation into whether Iran has sought to develop nuclear weapons could be completed by the end of the year with Tehran’s help, the head of the United Nations atomic watchdog said on Saturday.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency on Saturday to give the government more powers following an Islamic militant attack on a beach hotel in Sousse, where 38 foreign tourists, mostly Britons, were killed.
The Islamic State on Saturday released a video that showed the execution of 25 Syrian government soldiers by teenagers in the ancient amphitheatre in the city of Palmyra.
The operator of the rail tunnel linking Britain and France says services were disrupted early on Saturday after around 150 migrants tried to storm a French terminal in an attempt to board a Britain-bound freight.
In a historic, rushed referendum on Sunday that appears to be a close call, cash-strapped Greece is voting whether to accept worsening austerity or back the government's rejection, in a gamble that could see it crash out of the Euro.
Greece hurtled on Saturday towards a crunch bailout referendum which could determine its financial future and even its place in the eurozone, as anxious families unnerved by the country's uncertain outlook rushed to stock up on food.