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.
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.
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 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.
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.
Zang Gyi, our smiling guide at the Potala Palace, Lhasa’s crowning glory, the primary residence of a succession of Dalai Lamas and a World Heritage site, did not speak a word of English.
Ahead of the Paris meet on climate change, Nobel laureates have stressed on the need for urgent action to limit global emissions and protect the climate, in a declaration in Lindau.
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.
Afghanistan's Parliament rejected President Ashraf Ghani's nominee Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai for defence ministry on Saturday, a crucial post that has been vacant for months as stretched security forces fight to secure territory from a revitalised Taliban.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said relations between Moscow and Washington were incremental in ensuring global stability and called for a diplomatic dialogue based on "equality and respect".
A mild earthquake measuring 4.6-magnitude on the Richter scale hit Nepal's Capital Kathmandu early on Saturday morning, more than two months after the country's worst quake in decades struck the country on April 25.
Europe can't afford to let go of Athens as it will lose a trillion euros, the country's finance minister said on Saturday, accusing creditors of 'terrorising' Greeks into accepting austerity in a referendum on bailout terms.
Iran and the global powers go into a key weekend of talks Saturday, after months of intense negotiations, amid signs they may be inching towards a historic nuclear deal to end a 13-year standoff.
Phillippine police have filed homicide charges against the owner and crew of a passenger ferry that capsized killing 56, an official said on Saturday.
According to Lebanese group Hezbollah's television station, the Syrian army and its allied militia launched a major assault on the rebel-held Syrian city of Zabadani on Saturday.