The world’s biggest oil exporter on Monday took the first step towards a goal of generating 9.5 GW of energy through solar and other renewable means.
Legislators for financially strapped Rio de Janeiro state voted Monday to approve privatization of the public water utility despite a strike by workers and threats of protests.
Russia’s envoy to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin died suddenly on Monday, the foreign ministry said, without naming the cause.
Hundreds of EU citizens living in Britain rallied outside parliament on Monday as the House of Lords began debating a bill that will empower Prime Minister Theresa May to start Brexit negotiations.
The protracted absence on medical grounds of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has stoked fears of a full-blown political crisis at the heart of Africa’s most populous nation.
The Egyptian pound strengthened against the US dollar on Monday, regaining ground after record lows which followed the central bank’s decision to float the currency in November.
Is your birthday on April 27? Do you celebrate a special birthday this year? Do you live in The Netherlands? If so, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander would like to invite you to dinner.
Guadalupe Guereca wants just one thing: “Justice.”
Leftist Lenin Moreno was crossing his fingers Monday for outright victory in Ecuador’s presidential vote, but risked being forced into a runoff that could shift the country to the right.
A thief nicknamed “Spiderman”, who stole five masterpieces from a top Paris museum, was sentenced to eight years in prison on Monday for one of the most daring art heists in recent years.
A court Monday upheld death sentences against 10 people over rioting at a Port Said football stadium five years ago that killed 74 fans and sparked more violence in Egypt.