So many people want to be Donald Trump this Carnival season in Austria that some costume shops have run out of wigs mimicking the US president's memorable hairstyle.
French President Francois Hollande has said he and the leaders of Spain, Italy and Germany will meet in early March to lay the groundwork for a summit on the EU's future after Britain's departure.
Watch: New technology could help predict if an elderly person is going to fall in their home three weeks before it happens
If you have elderly relatives who live by themselves, it’s worrying having no idea if they’re going to have a nasty fall at home.
Footage apparently showing the moment Kim Jong Nam was allegedly poisoned has been leaked.
An agile thief nicknamed "Spiderman", an antiques dealer and an art expert have been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay the city of Paris for stealing five masterpieces from the Modern Art Museum worth 104 million euro (£88.6 million).
Montenegro's special prosecutor has accused Russia and its secret service operatives of plotting a coup attempt that included plans to kill the Balkan country's former prime minister.
The global arms trade has steadily increased in volume over the past five years, driven by an almost doubling of imports in the Middle East and strong growth in demand in Asia, new figures suggest.
Uber's chief executive has ordered an urgent investigation into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer who alleged her prospects at the company evaporated when she complained about advances from her boss.
Iraqi forces have advanced into the southern outskirts of Mosul on the second day of a push to drive Islamic State militants from the western half of the city.
Around 350 migrants have crossed a fence into a Spanish territory in North Africa, according to the Red Cross.
The Acropolis and other ancient sites in Greece are closed to the public after guards called a 24-hour strike over a pay and contract dispute with the government.
US vice president Mike Pence has moved to allay EU fears about the strength of Washington's support for the union and its commitment to European security through the Nato military alliance.
California has been battered by storms recently, which has caused a whole host of problems for the area. Perhaps the most shocking impact is this 20-foot sinkhole that opened up in LA.
At least 14 people, most of them college students on a camping trip, were killed when their bus had a braking failure on a downhill road in the Philippines and slammed into a post.
Famine has been declared in two counties of South Sudan, according to an announcement by the county's government and three UN agencies.
A trial has opened in southern Turkey for 47 people accused of attempting to kill President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during the failed coup, while he was on holiday with his family.
The hand-picked candidate of socialist President Rafael Correa was leading the opening round of Ecuador's presidential election, although it was uncertain whether he would get enough votes to avoid a run-off against his nearest rival.
Flamboyant internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the US to face criminal charges, a New Zealand judge has ruled.
North Korea's top envoy in Kuala Lumpur has denounced Malaysia's investigation into the apparent killing of the exiled half-brother of the country's ruler.
US President Donald Trump has chosen army Lt Gen HR McMaster as his new national security adviser.
A telephone used by Adolf Hitler during the Second World War has been sold at auction for 243,000 dollars (£196,000).
Pope Francis says cardinals do not always choose "the most intelligent" of their lot to be pontiff.
Police in Thailand sent fresh forces to a Buddhist temple on Sunday hunting for a monk accused of money laundering.
Space exploration company SpaceX has successfully launched a rocket from Nasa's historic moon pad.