A self-proclaimed luxury music festival in the Bahamas’ Exuma islands disintegrated into chaos on April 27. Festival-goers were met by scenes of disorganization. People who made it to Fyre Festival, which had been promoted mainly on Instagram with a video featuring bikini-clad models, shared images that
President Trump's deputy national security adviser, K.T. McFarland, says China needs to realise that North Korea is not an asset to them - but a liability.
A self-styled luxury music festival in the Bahamas’ Exuma islands turned to disaster on April 27, the first day of the event, as attendees were met by scenes of mass chaos and disorganization. People who made it to Fyre Festival, which had been promoted by Kendall Jenner and Ja Rule, and with a video
Nationwide strikes led by unions in Brazil to protest against government austerity measures have seriously disrupted public transport in several cities. Police clashed with demonstrators in several cities, blocking protesters from entering airports and firing tear gas in effort to clear roads. This week
Police and National Guard troops advanced on demonstrators protesting on Francisco Fajardo highway in Caracas on April 26, shooting water cannons and firing tear gas. In addition to anger and unrest aimed at President Nicholas Maduro and the ongoing economic crisis in Venezuela, protesters and activists
A comment by Austrian chancellor Alexander van der Bellen, predicting a day that all women wear headscarves as a sign of solidarity with Muslim women and against Islamophobia, has prompted a backlash from some quarters of the public . The comment was made during a question-and-answer session with students
Clashes were reported between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protesters in areas of the West Bank on April 28, as marches took place in support of some 1,500 Palestinian detainees on hunger strike in Israeli prisons. Both Palestinian and Israeli media reported that the clashes occurred after
There had been protests, but Montenegro’s parliament has ratified the country’s membership in NATO. The historic turn toward the West takes the tiny former Yugoslav republic a step closer to being the 29th member of the military alliance. Outside the parliament, where 46 of 81 deputies voted in favour
The man due to temporarily replace French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen as head of the far-right National Front party refuses the job over allegations he made questionable comments about the Holocaust. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is taking a brief break from electioneering to host her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe. The par are expected to talk about Brexit outcomes which could affect large Japanese investments in British sectors like car making.
Pope Francis meets Coptic Christians in Egypt just three weeks after twin suicide bombings on churches killed 45 people. He's also meeting Muslim leaders, to promote dialogue and thaw frosty ties. Lucy Fielder reports.
Hungary says it has finished building a second fence on the border with Serbia to keep migrants out. The new section, which means the fence stretches for 155 kilometres, cost 15 million euros and comes equipped with alarms and thermal imaging cameras. Fences went up along the southern borders with Serbia
The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has warned that there’s a “real threat” of an attack by North Korea on Japan and South Korea. Addressing the UN Security Council he urged them to act “before Pyongyang does” and called on the international community to fully implement UN sanctions and to suspend
A reporter was said to be injured when a tear-gas canister fired by police hit him in the head during protests at the Ciudad Universitaria in Caracas, Venezuela, on Wednesday, April 26. Venezuelan opposition leaders also said security forces launched tear gas at protesters in front of an elementary school
As President Trump completes his first 100 days in office, Sara Hemrajani reports on the view from European markets and business analysts on the U.S. leader's policies.