Syria's opposition High Negotiations Committee threatened Sunday to suspend its participation in UN-backed peace talks if there is no progress on a political transition away from President Bashar al-Assad.
Denmark's biopharmaceutical sector, led by insulin giant Novo Nordisk, is experiencing a golden age as researchers reap the rewards of a unique ownership structure: deep-pocketed, non-profit foundations.
Spanish police have seized 210 kilos (460 pounds) of cocaine paste hidden in furniture that was imported from Peru, arresting 13 people during the operation, they said on Sunday.
Some of the scammers are allegedly linked to the Russian mafia.
Nazis already given vast sums earlier this year.
Legendary Spanish bullfighter Manuel Benitez, "El Cordobes", is locked in a legal battle with another popular matador who openly uses the same nickname and has for years claimed to be his son.
Fawlty Towers star endures own hotel nightmare in Sweden.
"Pope Francis gave us a new life."
French President Francois Hollande on Saturday pledged financial and military support for Lebanon and urged its paralysed political class to elect a president, at the start of a regional tour.
The finance ministers of Germany and France said late Saturday they were optimistic of a deal soon to move Greece’s bailout ahead, reiterating that the IMF needs to be involved.
Kohl snipes at Merkel's liberal asylum policies.
Wants to allow the public "to concentrate again on really important matters such as videos of cats."
A male Austrian tourist (40) was found lying dead on a deck chair at a popular Thai beach on Saturday morning.