Citizenship of 72 people, including well-known Sunni and Shia activists, revoked to "preserve security and stability".
Richard von Weizsaecker presided over East and West Germany's reunification in 1990.
Northern European leaders urge Greece to honor the commitments of its bailout program.
Russia's "balanced" anti-homosexual legislation has turned the Internet from a safe haven into a battleground in Kremlin’s assault on the Russian LGBT community.
Shia movement breaks up rally in capital, as 'Southern Movement' pulls out of talks to form a new government.
During the Communist period in East-Central Europe, when people talked about "homelessness," they were speaking of a spiritual or political condition - of being in exile from their country of origin or feeling homeless in their own country because of the presence of Soviet troops. Show More Summary
It seems cultural differences are visible at a very early age: less than one year old, to be precise. A new study has found that Dutch babies laugh and smile more than US infants, and they cuddle more, too, per a Washington State University post at Eureka Alert. American babies...
The Pentagon is claiming a big kill within ISIS: An airstrike last weekend near the Iraqi town of Mosul took out a top chemical weapons expert with the Islamic State, reports NBC News. US Central Command says the airstrike killed Abu Malik, a chemical weapons engineer under Saddam Hussein who...
Tens of thousands take to the streets of Spanish capital in support of Podemos.
DRC troops have sought UN helicopter gunships for their assault against FDLR rebels in the east.
Haider al-Abadi comes down heavily on those behind current spate of violence as three bombings claimed nine lives.
Authorities struggle to cope with influx of refugees from neighbouring Nigeria, with aid workers warning of a crisis.
Will the new Greek government dismantle the old media networks? Plus, covering the new power structures in Yemen.
Substitute James Troisi scores winner in extra-time helping his side beat former world cup semi-finalists South Korea.
Southern separatist movement pulls out of three-day talks aimed at forming new government as Houthis call the shots.
The absence of black coaches in world football has been explored in a new Al Jazeera English programme.
December's storms rains elude California, and the heat and blue skies in San Francisco simply make drought worse.
German chancellor speaks against debt cut as Greece's anti-austerity government seeks waiver some of its debt.
World number one bags her 19th Grand Slam - her sixth title in Melbourne - with a straight-sets win over Sharapova.
The Philippines is on the verge of losing a historic chance to end the conflict in Mindanao.