Immigrants set to transform one of Europe’s least diverse cultures
US researchers say that fighting may have contributed to the evolution of the human hand into a strong, buttressed structure when made into a fist.
The Bank of Japan boosts its key stimulus measure in an attempt to revive growth in the world’s third-largest economy.
Curators at the National Museum of London have discovered what they believe to be the first ever recordings of a family Christmas.
Jonathan Head reports on the change in Burma’s Kayin, or Karen State, which is offering hope for new jobs and development.
The US diplomatic security chief quits and other officials are suspended after a damning report into September’s killing of the US envoy to Libya.
A French village is preparing for an influx of mystical groups who are convinced they will escape the end of the world in 2012.
South Korea’s President-elect Park Geun-hye highlights a “grave” security challenge from the North, a day after her election win.