A political declaration on Britain's future relationship with the European Union is still being negotiated, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.
A rights group filed a lawsuit against Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan during his visit to France on Wednesday, accusing him of war crimes, complicity in torture and inhumane treatment in Yemen, a lawyer for the group said.
A UAE court sentenced British academic Matthew Hedges to life in prison on charges of spying for the British government on Wednesday, his family and a state-run newspaper said, in a move described as deeply disappointing by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Britain's relationship with the UAE will be hurt by a life sentence handed down to a British academic, foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Wednesday, adding that the verdict was not what London expected from an ally.
International police body Interpol elected Kim Jong-yang of South Korea as president on Wednesday, beating a Russian national whose candidacy had raised concerns in Europe and the United States about the risk of Kremlin interference.
Britain's opposition Labour Party is in no rush to topple Prime Minister Theresa May's government over Brexit, the party's finance policy chief John McDonnell told Reuters on Wednesday.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch accused Saudi Arabia on Tuesday of subjecting several activists including some female human rights defenders detained since May to torture and sexual harassment, allegations denied by a Saudi official.
An American visiting one of the islands in India's remote cluster of Andaman and Nicobar has been killed by a group of hunter-gatherers who live there isolated from the outside world, two police officials said on Wednesday.
An Israeli cabinet minister called on Wednesday for a boycott of Airbnb and promoted one of its rivals, escalating the government's response to the home-rental company's decision to delist Israel's settlements in the occupied West Bank.
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker canceled a trip to Spain this Thursday and Friday, a spokesman said.
An estimated 85,000 children under five may have died from extreme hunger in Yemen since a Saudi-led coalition intervened in the civil war in 2015, a humanitarian body said on Wednesday, as the U.N. special envoy arrived in Yemen to pursue peace talks.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that the European Court of Human Rights' (ECHR) ruling on the jailed former leader of Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition amounted to support of terrorism
Spain is threatening to oppose a deal on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union unless it gets assurances over the disputed peninsula of Gibraltar.
Germany sees no reason to renegotiate the divorce deal reached between Britain and the European Union, a government spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin may meet Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina starting on Nov. 30, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.
France could shut down up to six nuclear reactors by 2028 among other options, French media reported, as part of its medium-term energy policy to be presented next week.
Turkey accused the United States on Wednesday of trying to turn a blind eye to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, and dismissed comments from President Donald Trump on the issue as "comic".
Dolce & Gabbana canceled a marquee fashion show in China's commercial hub of Shanghai on Wednesday, after an online uproar over its latest fashion advertisements and what social media users called a rant against the world's second biggest economy.
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that clear outside pressure had been exerted on a vote to elect a new head of Interpol, but that it did not see any factors that would render the election illegitimate, Russian news agencies reported.
Iraqi forces have killed 15 Islamic State militants inside a tunnel during a search operation in the northern Sunni-majority Salahuddin province, the military said on Wednesday.