She is one of several people charged in connection with a secretive organisation called Nxivm.
The withdrawal deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May with the EU has been rejected three times by the British parliament.
Protestors rallied around the slogan, 'Block the Republic of Polluters' and held banners calling Macron 'president of polluters'.
A political scientist says that Russian tycoons play an important role in the country's foreign policy.
A planned peace summit in Doha has been postponed as the Taliban questions the number of delegates Kabul was to send.
Athens mayor insists the statue's installation has nothing to do with the ongoing Greek dispute with Macedonia.
An official says they are investigating whether an intelligence officer's arrival in Turkey was related to the Jamal Khashoggi murder.
The artworks are expected to be transported to the Louvre museum to be repaired.
Under pressure from the West and the Muslim world, China attempts to defend its internment of Uighur Muslims as counter-terrorist actions.
Russia has repeatedly denied allegations that it meddled in the 2016 US Presidential elections.
A US official says the weapon fired by North Korea was an anti-tank weapon, rather than a fully operational new weapon as claimed.
Kin Jong-un's participation in the summit is uncertain as he meets with Putin this month.
The accident happened on Thursday evening in the town of Dlangubo, north of Durban, after heavy rains.
India accuses Pakistan of misusing the trade networks to smuggle arms, counterfeit currency and drugs into the contested region of Kashmir.
The vigilantes claim they are helping authorities deal with an upsurge of migrants but the ACLU says they are acting outside the law.
Police said Friday that one of the 17 people arrested in connection with her death had accused the school's principal of ordering the attack.
Kirill Dmitriev, a chief executive officer of Russia’s sovereign wealth fund, was among several people close to Putin who sought 'to make inroads' with Trump’s incoming administration following his election win.
The judge sided with municipal health officials who defended the order as a rare but necessary.
Even among those who have accepted the name change, many have done so reluctantly, convinced by the promises of rapprochement with the EU .
The Taliban – who see Ghani as a US stooge and his government as a puppet regime – also insisted they would not be negotiating with Kabul at the conference.