The weekend's series of ground shakes—which the newspaper Le Monde described as "very light"—occurred on the third weekend of Strasbourg's famous Christmas Market, a seasonal attraction that draws 2 million visitors annually.
The most concerning finding for the People's Republic may not be the world's mixed opinions, but the fact that net changes in perception skewed downward between 2018 and 2019.
Ukraine's Kyiv Post highlighted their coverage of Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani's latest "dirt-digging" trip.
Iran freed an American Princeton University graduate student, Xiyue Wang, held since 2016.
"They have taken a decision that they will allow employees at an institution that they fund to go hungry," Timour Azhari, a journalist who resigned from his position this week, told Newsweek. "They definitely have the money to pay."
A large bushfire burning an hour away from Sydney, Australia has been determined to be "too big" to put out and may leave the large city covered in smoke for months.
President Donald Trump wants to designate Mexican drug cartels 'terrorist organizations,' but so far, Mexico has rejected Trump's offer to meet the cartels' violence with military force.
A man suspected of shooting an wedding dancer in the face because she stopped dancing has been identified after a video went viral.
The K-pop boy band have released a new single and a teaser of the music video for it ahead of their forthcoming all-English album "All About Luv," which is out on February 14 next year.
Helmut Oberlander may be deported back to Germany after lying to obtain his Canadian citizenship after spending World War II working as a translator for a Nazi killing squad in Russia and Ukraine.
140,000 people died worldwide of the measles in 2018 in spite of the existence of effective vaccines against the disease. The highest death toll lay among children under the age of five.
21-year-old Lloyd Bagtong was taken into custody by Talisayan police in the Misamis Oriental province, charged with murdering a woman, cutting her head off and eating her brains.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
Geneva Auto Show 2019: Ridiculously Fast and Incredibly Expensive Supercars and Hypercars, in Pictures
The high-end performance cars on show in Geneva range from the hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $18 million.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he wants to extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) "as soon as possible, before the end of this year, without any preconditions."
Dante Mantovani released a video on his YouTube page in which he connected rock music to the "abortion industry," and also referenced "satanism"
North Korea is running out of patience with President Donald Trump as supreme leader Kim Jong Un's year-end deadline rapidly approaches with no set meeting date, much less a deal.
The five men were arrested on November 28 in a forest near Vyborg, by Russia's border with Finland.
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson denied her country held over 1,000,000 Uighurs in detention camps, instead criticizing the U.S. for "killing, expelling and persecuting" Native Americans.
U.S. military and intelligence personnel told Newsweek that Iran and its allies have been increasingly conducting reconnaissance and gathering intelligence near U.S. positions, raising major concerns.
"These are people who run countries...these are people who are talking about serious things," Tom Nicols said in an interview with MSNBC's Joe Scarborough. "And the president is always out of his depth in those environments."
The K-pop boy band took the top 4 accolades at one of Asia's biggest music awards.