Sagrada Familia church gets building permit, 136 years late
After more than a century of illegal construction work, Barcelona's towering Sagrada Familia church has finally agreed to make things right with the city council.
US President's relationship with one of Middle East's powerful autocrats could be his biggest gamble yet
Officials raced to airport to confront Saudis just three and a half hours after journalist entered consulate
Yemen 'heading into the abyss' with catastrophic famine
The United Nations has told Sky News that Yemen is heading "into the abyss" - and is urging the international community to end the war before it is too late.
Nicaragua must allow access to human rights investigators: OAS
More than 300 people have been killed since protests against President Daniel Ortega began in April, rights groups say.
Fall Man? Top Saudi Intel Official Fired Amid Khashoggi Probe - State Media
Gen. Ahmed al-Assiri, a senior advisor to Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and official in Saudi Arabia's general intelligence directorate, has been removed from his post amid reports that he would be blamed for the killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Macedonian Parliament Passes Constitutional Amendments to Change Country's Name
Macedonian Parliament has passed the constitutional amendments to change the name of the country to facilitate accession to NATO and EU.
Aberdeenshire 'mad cow disease' farmer speaks of devastation
The Aberdeenshire farmer tells of his family "heartbreak" that so-called mad cow disease has been found.
Turkey, Saudi Arabia leaders emphasize cooperation in Saudi journalist probe: Anadolu
Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan and Saudi Arabia's King Salman emphasized the importance of maintaining full cooperation between Ankara and Riyadh for investigating the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.
‘Not happy’: Australia must act on climate, says former Kiribati leader
Anote Tong, allegedly insulted by Australian minister, says inaction means Canberra risks losing its status in Pacific region Anote Tong has had quite a week. The former president of Kiribati has been in Australia to advocate for more robust action on climate change , which threatens to wipe out his Pacific home within a matter of decades as sea levels rise. But on Wednesday he got caught up in controversy when reports emerged that Australia’s environment minister, Melissa Price, allegedly to...
Julian Assange Says He’s Suing Ecuador for ‘Violating His Fundamental Rights’
The WikiLeaks founder claimed that his longtime hosts at the country’s embassy in London are limiting his contact with the outside world and censoring his speech.
Migrants in U.S.-bound caravan break through fence at Guatemala-Mexico border
Waving Honduran flags and carrying umbrellas to protect against the sun, thousands of migrants headed to the United States massed along Guatemala's muddy Suchiate River crossing into Mexico on Friday, demanding to be let in despite President Trump's threats of retaliation. "One way or another,...
Pastor talks of breakdown in Turkey, but also forgiveness
The American pastor who was recently released from Turkey says he suffered a breakdown during his time in prison and put on anti-anxiety medication
Migrants defy threats, prepare to cross into Mexico
Members of a 3,000-strong U.S.-bound migrant caravan have massed at a Guatemalan crossing at the muddy Suchiate River to Mexico, in spite of U.S. President Donald Trump's threats of retaliation
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