A Vancouver court sets $7.5 million bond for Meng Wanzhou. Her detainment, requested by the U.S., has set off international tensions.
A terrorism inquiry is launched into the incident near a famous Christmas market. The gunman has been identified and a manhunt is underway.
Political infighting deepens as the European Union insists the withdrawal pact is not up for renegotiation. The pound takes a big hit.
Agents in riot gear stop protesters as they try to move forward to offer a ceremonial blessing near the wall in support of asylum seekers.
The French president plans to address the public about the yellow vest protests on Monday. It may be too little too late.
Politicians, activists, and experts condemn the efforts, emphasizing that "we are talking about the future of the world."
The British newspaper's reporting in the region has enabled the political rise of neofascist Jair Bolsonaro at every turn.
The European Court of Justice rules that a member country may "revoke unilaterally" its own decision to leave the European Union.
The “Gilets Jaunes” are angry about President Emmanuel Macron’s policies, which they say favor the wealthy.