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EU top court rules UK can unilaterally cancel Brexit

The European Union's top court ruled on Monday that the British government may unilaterally reverse its decision to leave the bloc, without consulting the other member states.

Why have the 'Yellow Vest' protests spilled over into Belgium?

As ‘Yellow Vest’ protesters clashed with police on Saturday in cities across France, most notably in its capital, around 1,000 protesters clad in the high visibility vests that have become symbolic of

‘I can’t breathe,’ were Khashoggi’s final words, says US media

Jamal Khashoggi's final words were "I can't breathe," CNN said Sunday, citing a source who has read the transcript of an audio tape of the final moments before the journalist's murder.

Tokyo prosecutors charge Carlos Ghosn, Nissan over financial violations

Tokyo prosecutors indicted Nissan Motor along with its ousted Chairman Carlos Ghosn, domestic media reported on Monday, shifting the focus of the financial misconduct scandal to the Japanese automaker

UN to adopt migrant pact hit by withdrawals

Politicians from around the globe will gather Monday in Morocco for a major conference to endorse a United Nations migration pact, despite a string of withdrawals driven by anti-immigrant populism.

Russia 'now world's second biggest arms producer' after US

Russia has overtaken Britain to become the world's second biggest arms producer behind the United States, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) said in a report published on

Armenia PM's bloc wins by landslide in parliamentary elections

The electoral bloc of Armenia's acting prime minister Nikol Pashinyan won a landslide victory in Sunday's snap parliamentary elections, which were triggered by the reformist leader seeking to cement

River Plate beat Boca Juniors in extra time to lift Copa Libertadores

River Plate won the Copa Libertadores by beating their fiercest rivals Boca Juniors 3-1 after extra time on Sunday, bringing an end to a final tainted by violence and moved more than six thousand

France asks Trump to stop meddling in its domestic affairs

U.S. President Donald Trump should not meddle in French affairs, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday after Trump criticised France in two tweets following riots in Paris.

Saudi foreign minister rules out extraditions over Khashoggi killing

Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister on Sunday rejected demands to extradite suspects connected to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as sought by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

China summons US ambassador over Huawei executive's arrest

China summoned the US ambassador on Sunday to protest the “extremely bad” arrest of telecom giant Huawei’s chief financial officer in Canada and demand that the United States drop its extradition

Yellow Vests: Macron to address nation on crisis after new weekend of clashes

French President Emmanuel Macron will address the country on Monday as he seeks to placate “yellow vest” anti-government protesters who wreaked havoc in Paris this weekend.

Belgium left with minority government over UN migration pact dispute

Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel was left leading a minority administration on Sunday after the Flemish nationalist party quit the ruling coalition over his support of a UN migration pact.

Yellow Vests: Erdogan and Trump pile in on Macron

The fourth weekend of riotous protests in France as part of the Yellow Vests movement drew global attention, particularly from other world leaders.

Pro-European activists in UK launch 'Bollocks to Brexit' campaign

Calls for a new referendum now attract significant cross-party support from dozens of MPs. May has repeatedly ruled out another vote but could face pressure to call one if Britain slips into political

The 99.9%: Japan’s justice system under scrutiny after Ghosn arrest

The shock arrest and prolonged detention of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn, who has been held without charge since his November 19 arrest, has sparked questions over the idiosyncrasies of Japan's

Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva dies aged 91

Lyudmila Alexeyeva, a Soviet-era dissident who became a symbol of resistance in modern-day Russia as a leading rights activist, died after a long illness at the age of 91 in Moscow on Saturday.

Iraq's Anbar rebuilds, one year after defeat of IS group

An exclusive report by FRANCE 24's Simona Foltyn. At Fallujah’s train station, the only train is boarding. The daily service to the capital Baghdad resumed in July, two years after Iraqi government

Belgian PM set for minority after biggest ally quits coalition in migration treaty row

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said his government would continue as a minority administration after the biggest party in his coalition quit on Saturday in a row over signing the UN migration

Armenians vote in election testing revolution's power shift

Armenians on Sunday started voting in parliamentary elections triggered years ahead of schedule by reformist leader Nikol Pashinyan, who is aiming to cement his political authority in the post-Soviet