Irish PM rejects suggestion Biden does not understand Northern Ireland
Ireland's prime minister has rejected a suggestion that US president Joe Biden does not fully understand the issues around Northern Ireland's post- Brexit trading arrangements after comments made by a UK government minister.
Keir Starmer's '10 principles' for power leave out left-wing campaign pledges
Keir Starmer has unveiled "10 key principles" behind his pitch for power, but omitted many of the left-wing pledges that helped win him the Labour leadership.
Nearly 1 in 4 hospitals treating Covid in Afghanistan have shut down, the W.H.O. warns.
Nearly one-quarter of the hospitals treating Covid-19 in Afghanistan have closed in recent weeks, and the country's efforts to respond to the pandemic have declined, World Health Organization officials said Wednesday.
US, France to meet in October amid submarine dispute
PARIS - France will send its ambassador back to Washington next week after French President Emmanuel Macron and President Joe Biden agreed in a phone call Wednesday to meet next month over a submarine dispute.
Biden and Macron to meet next month in submarines dispute
France will send its ambassador back to Washington next week after French President Emmanuel Macron's phone call with President Joe Biden over a submarine dispute, the Elysee and the White House have said .
Claims on pay, tax and the cost of living checked
We've looked at some of the claims he - and Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner - made.
France's Macron expects Biden's "clarifications" on sub spat
French President Emmanuel Macron expects "clarifications and clear commitments" from President Joe Biden in a call to be held later on Wednesday to address the submarines' dispute, Macron's office said.
House Hunting in Greece: A Custom-Built Perch on the Aegean Coast
International real estate
Government investment programs are helping Greek property prices recover from their nadir following the last decade's debt crisis.
France, Striving for Global Power, Still Struggles to Get It
Though often seen as vanity or pique, France's assertiveness abroad is calibrated to manage a quandary it has faced since World War II: how to act as an independent power while depending on allies.
Infographic: All you need to know about Germany's elections
Germans go to the polls on Sunday.
Here's what you need to know about the parties, leaders, and key election issues.