Remembering the German "spring offensive" which pushed the British back to their 1914 lines in March 1918.Read the full story ›
Sarkozy is alleged to have received €50m in campaign funds from Muammar GaddafiRead the full story ›
The company’s founder said he would be happy to appear before US Congress "if it's the right thing to do".Read the full story ›
Cynthia Nixon is hoping to unseat the city's current governor - but polls suggest she is trailing by a big margin.Read the full story ›
Parliament in Kosovo was disrupted after protesting members threw tear gas canisters to delay an important vote.
The government chamber was evacuated after tear gas filled the arena on Wednesday.
Several MPs had sought to disrupt a vote on a newly proposed border between Kosovo and neighbouring Montenegro.
Xi Jinping's tightening grip on power is becoming an increasing concern for China's increasing population of Christians.Read the full story ›
US media have identified the suspect as 24-year-old Mark Anthony CondittRead the full story ›
The blast happened on the road toward the Sakhi shrine where people gather to celebrate the New Year festival.Read the full story ›
Video report by ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers in Damascus. Warning: contains distressing images
President Assad's regime blamed rebels still holed up in Eastern Ghouta for a rocket attack in Damascus on Tuesday that killed 35 people, marking one of the highest death tolls in a single attack targeting the capital.
The rockets came down in a government controlled neighbourhood in the city.
The Syrian government's assault on eastern Ghouta has displaced 45,000 people, the United Nations has said.
Republican Senator and former presidential nominee, John McCain has blasted Trump calling Putin's victory "a sham election".Read the full story ›