A large crowd hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at UN peacekeepers in northern Mali, where a dispute over the UN's response to the Tuareg insurgency has raised tensions.
Bloody Protests Force Lawmakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to Change Controversial Election Plan
A proposed law would have delayed the country's upcoming presidential election pending a nationwide census, but deadly protests prompted a change of plans.
The small town of In Salah is at the center of growing public opposition toward the Algerian government’s interest in using hydraulic fracturing in the Sahara.
Two operational training units will be deployed to Iraq, tasked with providing expert training to Iraqi and Kurdish forces combating Islamic State militants.
Divisions have erupted inside Marine Le Pen’s National Front party over a video comparing Islam to Nazi Germany and referring to a "fifth column" of extremists inside France.
Violence continues in Kinshasa as civilians protest a controversial bill that would delay an election until a national census and extend President Joseph Kabila's term.
The recent abductions of two humanitarian workers were reportedly carried out in retaliation for the UN capture of Christian anti-balaka militia leader.
Export-reliant Swiss economy was hit hard by the removal of a cap pegging the ‘safe-haven’ Swiss franc to the euro.
Lawmakers from the French National Assembly and Senate voted almost unanimously to continue airstrikes on the militant group as part of a US-led coalition.
The French Navy is preparing to send its flagship 'Charles de Gaulle' aircraft carrier on a new mission in the coming weeks.
Frank Van Den Bleeken petitioned for the right to euthanasia under Belgian law, claiming he suffered from an untreatable condition and intolerable psychological suffering.
The Nampala attack is the deadliest in the country since an ambush along the road between Ansongo and Menaka in northeastern Mali killed nine UN peacekeepers in October.
Violence Escalates in Central African Republic as Thousands of Muslims Remain Trapped in the Country
Displaced Muslim Fulani herders are living in abysmal conditions in makeshift camps, and are increasingly vulnerable to the threat of violence from Christian militias.
One person was killed and five injured Monday in clashes between protesters and police over recurring electricity blackouts on the island.
Two recent attacks — and another incident Monday when a driver plowed into a crowd of pedestrians — have reignited the debate over terror threats on French soil.