The European Union has frozen the assets of ousted Ukraine leader Viktor Yanukovych, ex-premier Mykola Azarov and 16 former ministers, businessmen and security chiefs, all on grounds of fraud, at an emergency meeting in Brussels.
The ugly face of the crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) takes centre stage in the French press this morning as several papers publish a gruesome photograph of a suspected spy from the ...
In Bangladesh, the incumbent prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League won the controversial election on Sunday by a landslide.
In South Sudan fresh fighting has broken out between government forces and rebels as regional peace brokers failed to get ceasefire talks off the ground in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
Heavy artillery fire and air strikes have continued in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, as the military battles to retake parts of the city from al-Qaeda linked fighters.
The French army has launched an inquiry after a soldier serving in the Central African Republic is photographed wearing what appears to be a Nazi slogan.
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour has announced the holding of a referendum on the 14th and 15th January on a new draft constitution.
Pakistan has named a new army chief. He is General Raheel Sharif, who has taken over the 600-thousand strong army from General Ashfaq Kayani, who chose to retire.
Three survivors of a tragedy that caused the deaths of 63 migrants in the Mediterranean are taking the Belgian army to court for failing to rescue them.
The French defence minister said on Tuesday that Paris would deploy “about a thousand” soldiers to the Central African Republic for six months, to support an African peacekeeping ...
France said on Tuesday that it would stick to plans to withdraw most of its troops from Mali, as the bodies of the two RFI journalists killed in the north of the country arrived in Paris.