Rap has been called a universal language — but it can also be a tool to preserve languages at risk.
It’s called “Hellsinki” for a reason: Finland’s heavy metal fans on Friday placed masks on four giant statues in the capital city to honour hard rock group Kiss.
The death toll from the Stockholm truck attack rose to five on Friday after a 60-year-old Swedish woman succumbed to her injuries, police said.
Honda on Friday said annual net profit jumped 79 percent on a reduction in expenses related to a historic airbag recall by its main supplier and robust vehicle sales in the US and China.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday expressed confidence he would be able to open a “new page” in troubled relations with Washington at a meeting next month with his counterpart Donald Trump.
France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen faces the biggest test yet of her six-year drive to improve the image of her party as she seeks to entice new voters needed to make her president.
Britain’s economic growth slowed in the first quarter to the weakest pace in a year, official data showed Friday, as the country prepares for a general election ahead of its planned exit from the EU.
The party of French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen changed its interim leader for the second time in four days on Friday after her first stand-in was accused of praising the work of a Holocaust denier.
Russian prosecutors on Friday called for a three-and-a-half year jail sentence for a blogger who hunted Pokemons in church, in a case that has drawn ire from rights activists.
EU President Donald Tusk said Britain must first settle the key divorce issues of “people, money and Ireland” before any talks on a post-Brexit trade deal.
China’s ride-hailing leader Didi Chuxing is close to finalising a fund-raising deal that would make it the most valuable start-up in Asia with a value of $50 billion, Bloomberg News reported Friday.