US President Donald Trump will approve two controversial pipelines by executive order Tuesday, US media reported.
EU security commissioner Julian King says Europe faces a growing threat of cyber attacks from criminals and those plotting to destabilise the 28-nation bloc politically.
The leader of Germany’s Social Democrats, Sigmar Gabriel, made the surprise announcement Tuesday that he would not run against Chancellor Angela Merkel in a September general election.
Israel has approved the construction of 2,500 settler homes in the occupied West Bank, officials said Tuesday, making good on promises to expand such building following the election of US President Donald Trump.
Fighting for a key port city on Yemen’s Red Sea coast has left at least 40 rebel and pro-government fighters dead, military officials said Tuesday.
Heavy pollution enveloping much of Europe prompted emergency measures across the continent on Tuesday.
The British government on Tuesday said it would present draft legislation “within days” to begin the process of withdrawing from the EU, after a Supreme Court ruling demanded prior approval from parliament.
UN agencies and aid groups appealed on Tuesday for $4.63 billion (4.31 billion euros) in 2017 to help Syrians who have fled their country’s war and sought refuge in neighbouring countries.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Tuesday its revenues leapt 54 percent year-on-year for the quarter ended in December, spurred by rapid growth in Chinese online shopping.
The Turkish central bank on Tuesday hiked its main interest rate by 75 basis points in a bid to boost the ailing lira but failed to impress markets looking for even sharper action.
France on Tuesday took a key step towards shutting down its oldest nuclear power station, a campaign promise of Socialist President Francois Hollande, just months before he leaves office.