France's Pompidou Centre yesterday brought dozens of its 20th and 21st century artwork to one of Spain's most popular coastlines, opening in the Andalusian port of Malaga the first of several international outposts.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said yesterday that turmoil at home or abroad were not in the country's interests as its bitter past has shown, pledging that Beijing will never stray from its proclaimed path of peaceful development.
Five Kenyan ministers vacated their posts yesterday to pave the way for investigations into corruption allegations, President Uhuru Kenyatta's office said, days after he asked those named in a confidential report to do so.
Japan will likely extend its sanctions against North Korea because of Pyongyang's delay in reporting into its abductions of Japanese citizens decades ago, the Nikkei business daily reported yesterday without citing sources.
The bombs that tore through the crowd at the Boston Marathon in a deadly 2013 attack were powered by flash powder used in fireworks, an FBI chemist has said as prosecutors move toward the end of their case.