Germany reports a sharp rise in the number of attacks targeting refugees.
The Netherlands parliament will debate whether to remain in the Eurozone or leave it.
Over 150 lawmakers sign a petition to urge the French government’s recognition of the state of Palestine.
Thousands stage marches in major Russian cities to remember slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Russia releases Ildar Dadin, a top opposition activist, from prison after the Supreme Court abolishes his sentence.
French President Francois Hollande reminds US President Donald Trump that allies should not make comments against each other in front of the press.
One person is killed and tow others are injured as a man drives his car into a crowd of people in the German city of Heidelberg.
Germany's foreign minister asks Turkey to release a journalist working for a German newspaper.
Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry said Armenian forces "attempted an intrusion into Azerbaijani territory along the Karabakh frontline" in the early hours of Saturday.
Inaki Urdangarin is charged with the alleged misappropriation of about 6 million euros in public funds through his non-profit company and its associated companies.
The US, France and Britain are pressing to put their proposed resolution to a vote early next week in order impose sanctions on Syrian authorities.
A report by a German weekly reveals that the country’s foreign intelligence service has long spied on global media’s journalists.
Russian politicians say Donald Trump's aim to achieve nuclear supremacy would result in a new arms race between Moscow and Washington.
Ukrainian lawmaker takes doll to parliament in symbolic act to protest against his colleagues' unruly behavior.
A Russian cargo ship carrying food and equipment for astronauts successfully docks at the International Space Station (ISS).
China replaces the United States as Germany’s number-one trade partner in 2016.
Bosnian Muslims formally submitted an appeal for a revision of a 2007 International Court of Justice ruling over the Bosnian war of the 1990s.
Riot police used tear gas against students and their backers who tried to block the entrances to a dozen schools in the capital on Thursday.
President Putin says Moscow's military deployment to Syria has "contributed directly to Russia's security."
The Catalan regional government on Thursday confirmed that the ducks are to be killed to stop the spread of the highly contagious disease.
A Spanish top court jails former IMF chief for 4.5 years over embezzlement.
Greek police, coast guards, and firefighters held anti-austerity protests in the capital, Athens, on Wednesday.
Protesters gather at the Munich Airport to protest the deportation of Afghan refugees by the German government.
Berlin has approved a draft law that will enforce the deportation of refugees denied asylum.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) reports violations of a newly-agreed ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
France’s Marine Le Pen walks away from a meeting with Lebanon’s Grand Mufti after refusing to wear a headscarf.
Azerbaijan’s president appoints his wife as the vice-president of the oil-rich country.
Romanian lawmakers endorse an order to scrap a government graft bill which decriminalizes several corruption offences.
The raid is part of a probe into allegations that the leader of France’s far-right Front National Party misused of EU funds to pay her staff.
Lofven expresses surprise at the US president talking about a nonexistent terror attack in the European country.
Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin dies at the age of 64.
More than 300 refugees crossed a border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Monday.
Thousands of people took to the streets in the capital, Bucharest, on Sunday to demand the resignation of the government.
The government of Sweden is calling on the US to offer “clarity” in the wake of new remarks by President Donald Trump, referencing a terror attack in the Scandinavian country.
A top German official says Berlin will also deport a record number of rejected refugees and asylum seekers in 2017.
Hard-line Dutch politician Geert Wilders vows to crack down on the Moroccan community in the Netherlands if his party wins parliamentary elections.
Police forces used batons and tear gas to scatter crowds of angry protesters in Paris on Saturday.
French Foreign Minister Ayrault denounces as “unacceptable” alleged Russian cyberattacks targeting the presidential campaign in France.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Spain take part in a rally calling on the government to take in more refugees from war-hit nations.
The Russian foreign minister says a truce may be enforced between Ukraine's army and pro-Russians on Monday.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference, Lavrov said the Cold War mentality still existed among Western politicians.
Rejecting allegations that Islam was the source of terrorism, the German chancellor said it was critical to include Muslim countries in the fight against acts of terror.
Bakir Izetbegovic, the Bosniak member of the three-man presidency, says he will officially forward the request to revise the ruling to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) next week.
French police arrest eight people demonstrating against police brutality in the northern city of Rouen.
Alexander Zakharchenko says pro-independence fighters intend to liberate “occupied territories" in the Donetsk and Luhansk provinces through political means.
Russia says its warplanes have successfully hit positions held by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Syria’s northern province of Raqqah.
The Federal Network Agency (FNA) has classified the “My Friend Cayla” doll, manufactured by the US company Genesis Toys, as an “illegal espionage apparatus".
Germany has warned the US against hurting EU cohesion and adopting a softer approach toward Russia.
The OSCE says it is imperative that Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia fighters withdraw heavy weapons from the eastern front line.
Reunification talks between Greek and Turkish Cypruses crashed abruptly over bitter difference between the two sides on Thursday.
NATO’s plan to beef up military presence in the Black Sea, near Russia, is highly likely to anger Moscow.
A high-ranking European official says Europe must not cave in to US demands to raise military spending
Russian President Vladimir Putin says NATO is constantly trying to draw Russia into confrontation and its members meddle in Moscow’s domestic issues.
The Canadian PM hails his country’s trade pact with the EU, saying it could become a blueprint for future deals.
The EU has warned that the current polarization and division in the US may result in destabilizing the rest of the world.
Prosecutors said police had confiscated written material and data storage devices during the raids.
European Parliament lawmakers voted for the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) by 408-254.
Moscow rejects Pentagon's claims of “unsafe” encounters between Russian military jets and an American destroyer in the Black Sea.
NATO urges members to “keep up the momentum” on defense spending.
New poll finds that a German leftist coalition has now enough support to defeat Angela Merkel in the next election.
Lawmakers voted on Monday to approve the referendum on unspecified measures meant to tackle prevailing corruption in the country.
Tens of thousands of people rally in the capital Bucharest and other cities to demand the resignation of the government.
The majority of Swiss citizens vote in a referendum to ease the naturalization process for third-generation immigrants.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif congratulates Frank-Walter Steinmeier on his appointment as the new German president.
Thousands take part in global protests against US President Donald Trump’s policies.
Spain’s anti-establishment party Podemos re-elects hardline leftist Iglesias as chief.
The German parliamentary assembly elects former FM Steinmeier to become president.
Some 50 people are affected as an unknown corrosive substance spreads at an airport in Germany’s Hamburg.
Thousands of people stage rallies in Germany to protest the deportations of Afghan asylum-seekers from the country.
People in Switzerland go to the polls to vote on whether it should be easier for third-generation immigrants to become Swiss citizens.
Anti-riot forces use tear gas against protesters in the Paris suburb of Bobigny.
French police are forcibly taking homeless refugees’ blankets to make them move out of Paris in below-zero temperatures.
Russia says there should be no concerns over the implementation of Iran’s historic nuclear deal as it was precisely devised.
Germany's former Foreign Minister Steinmeier is the favorite to win a parliamentary assembly election and become president.
Some 72,000 people have been forced to evacuate after a World War II-era bomb was discovered in the Greek city of Thessaloniki.
Recent European surveys show surging popularity of far-right political parties.
Crowds of people converged outside the presidential palace, urging Iohannis to quit over allegations that he is now trying to associate himself with the anti-corruption movement.
The European Union foreign policy chief has called on the US not to meddle in the bloc's internal affairs.
Putin says the Russian-US relations need to be restored in the interests of both the Russian and American people.
Russia says its air force conducted recent airstrikes that accidentally killed three Turkish soldiers in Syria based on coordinates provided by Turkey.
Riots continue on the suburbs of the French capital for a fourth night over a police assault on and abuse of a black man.
Paris plans to construct a bullet-proof glass wall measuring 2.5 meters high around the Eiffel Tower amid terror threats.
Russia says the Amnesty report of mass hangings in Syria is "a false story that does not correspond to reality."
The Russian president expresses condolences to his Turkish counterpart over airstrikes that accidentally killed Turkish troops in Syria.
Another 26 people are arrested in Paris suburb as unrest continues over alleged mistreatment of a black man by police.
Romanian Justice Minister Florin Iordache resigns over anti-government protests over a controversial decriminalizing verdict.
An explosion takes place at a nuclear facility in northwestern France, with no risk of radiation.
Raids in western Germany lead to the arrest of two suspects accused of aiding the Takfiri al-Nusra Front terrorist group in Syria.
The EU’s foreign policy chief says Europe has an ageing population and needs migrants to sustain its economic progress.
Belgium voices concerns over the spread of Saudi-backed Wahhabism throughout the country and the rest of Europe.
Romania's Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu has survived a no-confidence vote.