Hundreds of Indians gather daily at a 500-year-old Hindu temple in southern India where they pray for a single wish — an increasingly elusive US visa.
Fed up with endless encroachment on their ancestral lands, leaders of Brazil’s many indigenous tribes went to the capital Brasilia to speak out this week. But they had trouble finding anyone to listen.
For a minority devastated by a series of church bombings that killed dozens of Christians, it was a chance for a rare joyous respite.
Hundreds of Russian opposition supporters turned out Saturday to protest against President Vladimir Putin’s expected candidacy in elections set for 2018, with police detaining dozens of activists in the second-largest city of Saint Petersburg.
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was briefly hospitalised after a fall, the mayor of a Tuscan town where he was due to attend a meeting of his political party Forza Italia said Saturday.
The world’s first museum dedicated to China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown will once again open its doors in Hong Kong after a months-long closure as the city prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of its handover to Beijing.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday urged Britain and the European Union to secure a “smooth and transparent” separation, saying that open trade in Europe was “a matter of concern to the world”.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has pledged to quickly meet EU rights demands over a controversial education law, the bloc’s centre-right political group said Saturday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday called North Korea’s test-fire of a ballistic missile “absolutely unacceptable” and a “grave threat to our country”.
Turkey and the United States can join forces to turn the Islamic State group’s defacto capital of Raqa in Syria into a “graveyard” for the jihadists, the Turkish president said on Saturday.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned Southeast Asian leaders Saturday they were facing a “massive” illegal drug menace that could destroy their societies, as he called for a united response.