French President Emmanuel Macron's government has unveiled plans to make it more difficult for the unemployed to claim benefits.
Mexican authorities say former Knights Templar cartel boss Servando Gómez has been sentenced to 55 years in prison.
A newspaper in the Mexican state of Tabasco says one of its reporters has been shot dead at her home.
France's prime minister says the government of President Emmanuel Macron plans to keep reforming the economy and will look at unemployment benefits, the pension system and tax cuts for middle-class workers.
Gaza's Health Ministry says that a Palestinian paramedic has succumbed to wounds inflicted by Israeli fire at a border protest a month before.
A bishop close to Pope Francis has been formally accused of sexually abusing seminarians, a public prosecutor's office in Argentina said Friday.
The Uganda Red Cross says at least five people have died in mudslides triggered by heavy rains in the east.
Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is warning human smugglers and people seeking to enter Australia by boat not to do so, emphasizing that the government continues to enforce the country's tough border protection policy.
The Cuban government says it is renovating one of the iconic sites of its ideological battle with the United States.
The Israeli army has closed a criminal investigation into the death of a paraplegic Palestinian man shot while demonstrating along Gaza's border with Israel in 2017, saying the probe found "no evidence" that its soldiers fired the fatal bullet.
Gay rights activists using social media organized an unauthorized march down eight blocks of one of Havana's main thoroughfares before they were stopped by police.
The Cuban government says it will begin rationing chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap and other basic products in the face of a grave economic crisis.
The Cuban government has cancelled a parade widely seen as a sign of progress on gay rights.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has described the European Union as a "cemetery of broken promises" at a campaign rally for the European Parliament elections.
Uganda's government has taken delivery of two new passenger jets in a bid to revive the national carrier that collapsed years ago.
French President Emmanuel Macron will be laying out his responses to the yellow vest crisis after three months of a national debate that aimed to encourage ordinary people to propose changes to France's economy and democracy.
The Agence France-Press news agency said the Algerian authorities have expelled its bureau chief amid nationwide protests against the government.
Ugandan police say they have arrested some people over the kidnapping last week of an American tourist who has since been freed.
Ugandan police say they have rescued an American woman and her driver who had been kidnapped in a national park.
The Cuban government says a newsprint shortage is forcing at least six state-run newspapers to cut back on pages and circulation days in a potent sign of the cash shortage confronting the island.