Pope Francis issued a groundbreaking new church law Thursday requiring all Catholic priests and nuns around the world to report clergy sexual abuse and cover-ups by their superiors to church authorities, in a new effort to hold the Catholic hierarchy accountable for failing to protect their flocks.
Royal baby born:
Taxpayers in Britain have taken to the social media to express their anger at the birth of a new boy to the royal family, saying it is a pity that the child should be fed and brought up with their money.
New data provided by UK Home Office shows that black people are subject to acute discrimination when it comes to extensive stop and search practices by police.
Anti-government protesters marched in France for a 25th straight week Saturday but in significantly smaller numbers than during the yellow vest movement's first months or for a May Day rally that attracted tens of thousands of participants.
Police used tear gas against protesters during the 25th Yellow Vests outing in Lyon on Saturday.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Paris on Saturday for the 25th consecutive weekly Yellow Vests march.
The government of President Emmanuel Macron is closer to clinching a deal with Baghdad that is expected to make it harder for jihadists with French passports to return home, The Times reported.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was sentenced by a London court on Wednesday to 50 weeks in jail for jumping bail in 2012.
Leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party is facing attacks from pro-Israeli lobbies in the country for merely endorsing thoughts of a thinker who suggested a century ago that Jews control the media and political discourse through their dominance on the European financial system.