Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Germany is biggest breaker of EU rules and subject to 74 infringement proceedings, according to figures released by German Economics Ministry.
Iran executed at least three child offenders in January 2018. Only four countries in the world, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Yemen, carry death penalty for children.
Power in pariah state of North Korea is a family affair as Kim's little sister moves further into world spotlight at Winter Olympics.
Women arrested in Iran for staging anti-hijab #whitewednesday protests in Tehran.
Syrian refugees fleeing to Germany form bulk of applications for asylum in Europe but overall numbers are much lower than previous years..
Soldiers systematically disfiguring murdered Rohingya villagers with acid to deny culpability in war crimes, says Human Rights Watch.
Campaign by Hartford student to get rid of black roommate Jazzy Rowe does not amount to racist hate crime, rules Connecticut attorney.
Stone Age grave on banks of River Vecht gives up its secrets to archaeologists.
Daughter of rapist dad Mario Mamani Vilca gives birth to healthy child after abortion ruled out. Her mother did not report the sexual abuse.
Iranian women ignore traditional gender roles in conservative rural Iran to prove they can do "men's work" as well as any man.
Jamaica bans Holocaust denier and anti-gay pastor Steven Anderson from the Faithful World Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, from entering the country.
Halimo Hussein and other Labour activists storm Blighty UK, Winston Churchill-inspired cafe, call wartime prime minister "racist" and say cafe "celebrates colonialism".
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, met American man on Malaysian island Langkawi just four days before his assassination, says police witness.
US taxpayers hit hard by First Lady Melania Trump's frequent use of official Air Force jets between New York, Florida and White House in Washington DC.
Proposed Polish law that would make it illegal to accuse Poles of complicity in Holocaust is attempt to rewrite history, says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Artist Banksy confirms on Instagram that he created graffiti mural of boy wielding a sword in Hull, England.
US student Danya Sherman invented KnoNap, a napkin to detect date rape drugs, after being sexually assaulted while in Spain.
Taliban kill at least 95 with suicide bomb in ambulance in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, a week after militants attacked Intercontinental Hotel and took guests hostage.
Almost 400 people fled their homes in Paris, France, after heavy flooding and banks of River Seine burst near Austerlitz bridge.
UK government in secret talks with senior EU figures in Brussels to extend Brexit transition period as Theresa May's leadership under threat from Eurosceptic MPs.