Britain's Cameron warns of dirty money in London property

British Prime Minister David Cameron is to speak out against "corrupt money from around the world" being laundered through property in Britain.

France evacuates 10,000 campers as Provence burns

Three fires broke out in the southeastern Var region, spreading quickly as strong winds whipped the area, which is parched due to a lack of rain and high temperatures.

Obama blasts Huckabee, Trump's 'ridiculous' rhetoric

Huckabee, denounced a deal with world powers over Iran's nuclear program by saying Obama was marching Israelis "to the door of the oven," a reference to the Nazi gas chambers.

US annual human-trafficking report blasts Thailand, Russia

Thailand, Russia, Iran and Libya, Venezuela, Algeria, Syria, Yemen, North Korea, South Sudan and Zimbabwe were bottom of a ranking compiled annually by the State Department.

Fighting erupts as Yemen ceasefire unravels

The violence prolongs a four-month-old conflict rooted in political strains that spread across the Arabian Peninsula country last year, when the Houthis seized Sanaa.

Turkey 'burning bridges' in targeting Kurd villages

Turkey called an extraordinary Nato meeting for Tuesday over its cross-border "anti-terror" offensive against Kurdish separatists and Islamic State jihadists.

Gunmen storm Punjab police station, kill six

Police exchanged fire with the attackers, who remained holed up in the police station in Gurdaspur district 10 hours after the assault began.

House of Lords rocked by sex, drugs scandal

A senior member of Britain's upper house of parliament responsible for upholding standards has been filmed snorting white powder off a prostitute's breasts.


Tsipras contains party rebellion to pass Greek bailout vote

The legislation easily passed with the backing of 230 votes in the 300-seat chamber, once again due to opposition support.


IN PICTURES: Eid celebrations across the world

Muslims around the world celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, signaling the end of the Holy month of Ramadan.