A magnitude-6.1 aftershock struck Saturday in southern Mexico, four days after an even stronger earthquake that killed more than 300 people.
Polling stations opened across Germany on Sunday in an election that is expected to grant Angela Merkel, the country's long-serving chancellor, a fourth term in office and see the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) enter parliament for the first time.
British Prime Minister Theresa May got a mixed reception on Friday after she proposed a transitional period of "around two years" after Brexit takes effect in March 2019 and assured worried EU citizens that she wants them to stay in Britain.
Some 70 people have been rescued after this week's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico, as hopes of finding more survivors begin to fade.
Two Puerto Rican towns were evacuated Friday as authorities warned of an imminent dam failure in the wake of Hurricane Maria, while at least six people were confirmed dead on the US Caribbean territory following the storm.
Liliane Bettencourt, heir to the L'Oreal cosmetics fortune and the world's richest woman according to Forbes magazine, has died.
Islamic State has lost control of al-Raqqa, the extremist militia's de facto capital in Syria, a group that monitors the conflict says.
The desperate search for survivors in earthquake-ravaged buildings in Mexico continues for a third day, as the country's Interior Ministry raises the official death toll to 273.
Europe's Muslims have greater trust in democratic institutions than the overall public, even though many of them feel discriminated against because of their religion, according to an EU poll of 10,500 Muslims.
Mexico's disaster services enlisted firefighters, soldiers, police and volunteers to dig Wednesday for people trapped in collapsed buildings after a violent earthquake shook the country, killing more than 220 people.