Facebook launched its first ever startup support programme in Paris Tuesday, in a massive tech incubator funded by a French telecoms billionaire.
China’s militarisation of the South China Sea is “very troubling” and neither peaceful nor friendly, the Philippines’ defence secretary said on Tuesday.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia’s policy of refusing to allow Americans to adopt Russian children, solely because of their nationality, was discriminatory.
Germany’s highest court on Tuesday threw out a bid to ban the far-right NPD party, arguing that the xenophobic fringe outfit is too insignificant to spell a real threat to the democratic order.
The number of international tourists rose by nearly four percent worldwide to 1.2 billion people in 2016 as Asians hit the road more, the World Tourism Organization said Tuesday.
App stores in China must register with the state from Monday, a government statement said, as China tightens its control over the internet.
Confidence among investors in Europe’s largest economy, Germany, picked up in January, a closely-watched survey showed Tuesday, defying political uncertainty across the eurozone.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that there is “no point” in blaming economic globalisation for the world’s problems.
Eurozone banks offered borrowers easier repayment conditions in the final quarter of 2016 but became pickier about the businesses they granted loans to, a European Central Bank survey released Tuesday showed.
Syria peace talks in the Kazakh capital next week are aimed at consolidating the frail truce in the war-torn country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday.
Ten years after campaigning Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was shot dead in Istanbul, Armenians and Turks have still not achieved the reconciliation of which he dreamt.