Russia calls for a UNSC briefing over a recent US airstrike on west Mosul that claimed the lives of over 200 people as Pentagon is analyzing over 700 video feeds to blame someone else for it.
A 100-kilogram gold coin worth $4 million, bearing an image of Queen Elizabeth II, is stolen from a museum in Germany.
The Kremlin condemns the recent anti-corruption protests organized by the opposition as a "provocation."
The United Nations said on Monday that rival Cypriot leaders are to meet in a buffer zone to relaunch stalled talks on reunifying the island.
Boyko Borisov, the head of Bulgaria’s center-right GERB Party, is due to begin talks to form a new government.
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen says the EU will “die” while vowing to save France from globalization.
The vote was held in the tiny state of Saarland on the French border, which has a population of only one million.
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny said over 80 towns and cities across the country would hold protests on Sunday.
Germans in the small western state of Saarland vote in a regional election that could deliver an upset to Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Moscow says Paris' optimism on the imminent recapture of the Daesh-held Syrian city is divorced from reality.
Russia says Washington’s latest anti-Moscow sanctions undermine the fight against global terrorism.
About 700 people had tried to march along Minsk's main avenue, but were blocked by a cordon of riot police.
Leaders of 27 EU countries, excluding the UK, are meeting in the Italian capital to celebrate 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed.
"We had to live with the fact that he was portrayed as a mass murderer in the media," the father said.
France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen urges an end to the EU sanctions imposed on Russia.
Russia dismisses as false the US allegation that Moscow may be giving supplies to Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
Russia says six of its soldiers have been killed during an operation to repel an attack by armed men on a military facility in Chechnya.
Police officers in Belgian city of Antwerp arrest a man who allegedly tried to ram his car into a crowd.
The Ukrainian military says a warehouse storing tank ammunition at a military base in eastern Ukraine has been blown up by unknown saboteurs.
Putin says Russia's defense technology has proved its “exceptional reliability and efficiency” during the fight against the Daesh Takfiri group.
Germany's newly-elected President Frank-Walter Steinmeier warns Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan of risking “collapsing” everything Ankara had achieved in recent years.
Belgium observes a moment of silence to mark the first anniversary of the deadlyDaesh bombings at the Zaventem Airport in Brussels.
A judicial source says Fillon’s legal issues have deepened, with prosecutors expanding a probe into allegations of fraud and forgery against the presidential candidate.
US tech giant Google has released a set of tools it says are designed to protect elections globally.
The French interior minister steps down amid an investigation into the parliamentary jobs he gave his daughters.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron remains in the lead after the first televised French presidential debate.
Danish citizens of Turkish origin critical of President Erdogan reportedly claimed that they had been tagged as traitors by Ankara.
Russia signs an agreement to train the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in Syria.
The IMF will not approve a new $1 billion loan payment for Ukraine as scheduled due to the trade blockade imposed on territories held by Russian-backed forces.
The Russian foreign minister says the deployment of US THAAD missile system in South Korea poses 'serious risks' to the Asia-Pacific region.
Germany brands as unacceptable the Turkish president's charge that Chancellor Angela Merkel was using 'Nazi measures.'
Blood tests show drugs and alcohol in blood of man who attacked soldiers at Orly Airport in Paris.
Catalonia demands Spanish government to let it hold a legal referendum on independence later this year.
French police use teargas to disperses an anti-police brutality demonstration in Paris.
The European Union says the death penalty is its red line for Turkey's EU membership bid.
The International Monetary Fund has put off a meeting on paying a billion-dollar loan to Ukraine over sanction on eastern parts of the country.
The German defense minister rejects Trump’s comments on Berlin’s contribution to NATO alliance.
A German Social Democrat leader is going to set out plan for taking down Chancellor Angela Merkel in the next parliamentary election.
Flight schedules are back to normal at Orly Airport one day after a man was shot and killed while attempting to stage a shooting attack.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission chief, cautions against a trade war between the EU and the US.
Turkey voices support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Some 30,000 pro-Kurdish demonstrators rallied in the German city of Frankfurt on Saturday calling for “democracy in Turkey.”
Mariano Rajoy says the Spanish government will give nothing in exchange for disarmament of the Basque militant separatist group ETA.
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin says he regretted that a meeting of world financial leaders on Saturday had failed to reach satisfactory conclusions on climate change and trade.
Moscow warns that the humanitarian consequences of an imminent Saudi attack on Yemen's Hudaydah would be "grave."
Russia's State Duma OK's a proposal to launch investigation into the operation of the US media in Russia.
A BVA poll shows Hamon fell 1 percentage point in a week to 12.5 percent, coming fourth in the first round behind far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
The German foreign minister calls on Brussels and Washington to keep sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis in place.
The male individual grabbed a soldier’s gun at at the French capital’s Orly Airport and hid in a shop before he could harm anyone.
Sofia criticizes Ankara for what it calls interference in the forthcoming Bulgarian general elections.
Germany is to use new voice recognition software to determine refugees’ countries of origin.
Russian has summoned the Israeli ambassador in Moscow over recent Israeli airstrikes in Syria.
German says may file a suit against the US at the World Trade Organization over President Donald Trump's proposed border tax.
Russia will shortly put afloat a second, nuclear-powered Yasen-class submarine — its strongest — in a northern port, a source says.
Descendants of two Namibian tribes killed by Germans in early 1900s lodge a complaint against Berlin in the US.
The OSCE renews its mission in eastern Ukraine until March 31, 2018.
Lawmakers backed the ban with 483 votes to 100 and 37 abstentions on Thursday.
The US says it arrested two senior Russian cyber security officials and a pair of hackers for illegally accessing information from Yahoo, Google, and other webmail providers.
The incident took place on Thursday when an intruder burst into the Tocqueville high school and opened fire.
An employee of the IMF is injured after opening a letter bomb sent to the Paris office of the organization.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's party wins the highest number of seats in parliamentary elections, exit polls show.
France’s National Front party suspends an official over comments he made on the Holocaust.
Police said the package was intercepted in the ministry's mail room.
Germany's defense minister warns about Turkey leaving NATO.
A new study shows the number of Scottish people supporting independence from the rest of the United Kingdom has risen in comparison to previous statistics.
Swedish prosecutors say they are not yet ready to decide on rape allegations against WikiLeaks founder.
The polls are particularly important given the potentiality that another far-right party may rise to power in Europe.
Criminal investigation into Fillon formally begins as judges file charges against him.
Amnesty International says the court ruling is "disappointing" and encourages discrimination.
Poland is to ask the United States to deport an old Ukrainian man accused of war crimes in 1944 in collaboration with the Nazi Germany.
The EU parliament suspended Janusz Korwin-Mikke over his sexist remarks.
Moscow denies media reports claiming it has deployed special forces to an Egyptian town near conflict-ridden Libya.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his main far-right rival at national elections clash live on TV in a face-to-face debate ahead of Wednesday’s vote.
Moscow warns that a planned Saudi attack on Yemen's city of Hudaydah would worsen the humanitarian crisis there.
The EU prolongs for another six months sanctions against 150 Russia-linked individuals over the Ukrainian crisis.
Poland’s right-wing leader rejects an alliance with France’s Le Pen to break the EU apart.
The EU and NATO call on Turkey to deescalate current tensions with the Netherlands, which began after a ban on Turkish ministers to attend rallies in Rotterdam.
Artur Mas, the former Catalan president, is barred from public office for two years for staging a 2014 independence referendum.
Ground workers at two airports in the German capital on Monday extended a walkout over pay.
Poland’s foreign minister says EU leaders “cheated” in picking Donald Tusk as the president of the European Council.
Washington is trying to demonize Russia with claims that it interfered with the 2016 US elections, Kremlin spokesman says.
Belarus detains a number of opposition leaders as fresh protests erupt over a new tax measure.
Germans held a rally in a southern city against the extremist policies of the country’s biggest far-right party on Satruday.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Ankara will respond in kind to the recent unacceptable behavior of the Dutch government.
The meeting, due to take place at the White House on Tuesday, would be the German chancellor’s first face-to-face with Trump since he took office.
People in Italy’s Naples clash with police as a far-right leader pays a visit to the city.
Police in western Germany ordered a mall to stay closed after receiving tip-offs about an attack.
The Council of Europe censures a plan by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the Turkish parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
EU leaders are deeply divided over a plan to build unity in the bloc after Brexit.
Russia says US spy agencies must provide answers over recent leaks about the CIA’s hacking techniques.
Russia says the deployment of the US THAAD missile system in South Korea threatens regional stability.