New Zealand bans assault weapons following Christchurch massacre pred 3 urami in 45 minutami
New Zealand imposes a ban on assault weapons, following last week's massacre in Christchurch in which 50 Muslim worshipers were killed by a gunman. The move has triggered renewed calls from American politicians for gun controls in the United States.
Yellow Vests battle images of violence pred 18 urami in 30 minutami
Following riots that ravaged parts of the Champs-Elysées Avenue in Paris on Saturday, many Yellow Vest protesters and those who sympathise with them say media coverage focuses too much on violence.
Loew's Germany host Serbia in test of nerve pred 18 urami in 37 minutami
Joachim Loew's gamble with his and German football's future will come under scrutiny on Wednesday night when Serbia visit the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg for a friendly ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Eye on France: How bad is the catastrophe? pred 19 urami in 45 minutami
The news is having a tough time today because of statistics. As most of the Paris papers continue to sift through the ruins of the latest Yellow Vest clashes, the national statistics bureau and the financial daily Les Echos suggest that, in fact, things are going swimmingly.
UN court ups Karadzic sentence to life for Bosnia genocide pred 21 urami in 13 minutami
UN judges have ordered former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to spend the rest of his life in jail for the "sheer scale and systematic cruelty" of his crimes. The panel in The Hague rejected his appeal and upheld its conviction for genocide and war crimes.
European Commission warns against May's short Brexit delay pred 22 urami in 44 minutami
Delaying Brexit to 30 June 30 would bring "serious legal and political risks", the European Commission has warned in an internal briefing note, as British Prime Minister Theresa May formally asked the EU for such a delay.