India's richest man's daughter gets married.
The future remains female in Europe's most powerful country.
Retrieving the dead body of a young American Christian missionary could disrupt an isolated people.
Progressives in the East Asian island country are losing grip on power.
The British animation studios that made "Wallace and Gromit" will become an employee-owned company.
The Melanesian island in Pacific Oceania is not yet ready to be on its own.
The Nordic country known for building Legos is hitting back at the President who wants to build a wall.
Merkle's near future resignation shows signs of political instability in Germany.
The Swiss Confederation is taking serious steps to combat hate against the LGBTQIA+ community.
A young 22-year old Florida girl is being held in detention while studying abroad in the Jewish state.
Denmark is making serious changes to have more clean powered vehicles on its roads.
The Land Down Under is set to eliminate the malicious medical condition in the not too distant future.
The Seattle based online retailing giant is raising wages after criticism over its troubling working conditions.
In Atlantic Eastern Canada, provincial governments are moving political right.
A big step for a religious country.
South Africa is joining a gradual list of countries around the world legalizing and decriminalizing cannabis.
Stockholm is about to get more representation from the Nordic country's far-right.
The more we pollute in the air throughout the planet, the less intelligence we may have.
Israel's new law could undermine ethnic and religious peace in the country.
The two-time presidential candidate will become the country's first major leftist leader.
The center-left former Dutch member of parliament is expected to rule over the Netherland's largest city.
The former primer minister solidifies control over a historical secular Muslim majority.
"Today, you take on the streets, tomorrow, Mars."
Right-wing politician promises freer markets as well as reviews and changes to the historic peace deal with leftist guerrillas.
A 53-year-old law professor from Florence and Rome will become the southern European country's new head of government.