The chancellor ranks high in polls surveying her fellow Germans. But the only poll that counts is on election day, 45 days away.
The Voice Of Aghanistan has sparked some outrage recently has some conservative politicians.
Serbia's government is hoping to see Dominique Strauss-Kahn join as an adviser as the country is trying to enter the European Union and get its economy back on track.
Russian President Vladimir Putin may or may not have caught a big fish while in Siberia.
Caroline Criado-Perez received rape threats on Twitter after she launched a campaign to have Jane Austen appear on the British 10-pound notes.
Mohamed Brahmi, the leader of the opposition party in Tunisia, was killed with the same gun that was used to murder Chokri Belaid, his predecessor.
A contemporary sculpture representing a blue rooster was inaugurated on Thursday by London's mayor, Boris Johnson.
The U.N. decided the world needs a Toilet Day. That's because more than 2.5 billion people do not have access to decent sanitation.
Majorca will soon undergo a profound transformation - replacing young binge drinkers with a wealthy clientele.
On Tuesday, hundreds of Bulgarians asking for the prime minister's resignation trapped MPs and journalists in the parliament building.
Amina Sboui, a Tunisian FEMEN activist, is on trial this week, after she accused prison guards of mistreatment.
One-hundred-forty-million children will get married between 2011 and 2020 in the developing world. People in rich Iceland want to do something about it.
An identity check on a full-face veiled woman triggered riots in the French small town of Trappes.
On Wednesday, a European-wide raid was organized to dismantle a far-right movement called "werewolf."
The murder of a Konianke youth triggered massive clashes between two rival ethnic groups in mineral-rich Guinea.
The International Maritime Bureau says that piracy is declining around the world, except off the coast of West Africa.
A new postage stamp partially inspired by Inna Shevchenko, FEMEN movement leader, has caused an uproar in France.
Last Friday, Ireland passed a bill on abortion: Women can now have an abortion if their lives are in danger.
Fabrice Tourre, also known as "Fabulous Fab," is heading to court on Monday after being accused of knowingly selling bad investments.
A holiday by any other name is just as French. Even in Wisconsin, it turns out.