NATO’s chief warns of sharp increase in the number of state-sponsored cyber attacks on the military alliance.
A far-right Greek MP and his supporters attack a primary school in Athens amid a meeting on refugee children.
A Norwegian court sentences a US corporate advisor to seven years in prison over bribery.
The highest court of the United Nations announced the case on Tuesday.
Britain's Northern Ireland Minister James Brokenshire says the province's assembly will dissolve on January 26.
The Serbian president says the two neighbors were on the verge of conflict over Kosovo's decision to refuse entry to a train decorated with the colors of Serbia’s flag.
Poland officially welcomes a large NATO deployment of US troops on its soil.
As the sides to the dispute express their reservations, there is little hope that the long-running conflict will end anytime soon.
Nicos Anastasiades said there "must" be an agreement "on the withdrawal of the Turkish army."
Talks to resolve the decades-old division of Cyprus will reconvene on January 18.
The NATO chief slams cyber attempts meant to manipulate the results of national elections.
The death toll from the cold weather has risen to 73 people in Europe.
The Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Cyprus hailed the move as "a very important moment."
A European court has ruled that Muslim girls must take part in mixed school swimming classes.
Frigid temperatures and blizzards across Europe claim the lives of 61 people across the content.
Belgrade accuses Haradinaj of committing war crimes against civilians in the late 1990s.
The assailant opened fire at riot police guarding the headquarters of the PASOK political party in central Athens early on Tuesday.
Around 4,500 US troops began arriving on Monday in the southeastern city of Wroclaw, home to a key NATO and Polish air base.
Columns of police, war veterans and students parade in Banja Luka to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the creation of the Serb-run Bosnian entity.
Greek police launch a murder investigation over the death of the head of the consular department at Russia's embassy in Greece.
Macedonia's president names a veteran conservative as PM-designate.
Extreme weather has gripped the continent over the past two days, with forecasters predicting a further drop in temperatures.
Land and air transportation were disrupted on Friday.
The Cyprus talks are scheduled from January 9 to 11 at the United Nations Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
Ukraine adopts a legislation that tasks a group of experts to decide which Russian books are acceptable.
Authorities in major European capitals have boosted security over fears of terror attacks ahead of New Year festivities.
At least 7,000 refugees are trapped in Serbia.
Savchenko announced the launch of her movement on Tuesday.
Israel called off PM Groysman's visit after Ukraine voted in favor of a UN Security Council resolution condemning its settlement expansions.
The ceasefire, which took effect at midnight Saturday, is meant to to last through at least the holiday season in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine.
The OSCE warns that violence in Ukraine is returning to levels not seen in months.
A report says US-supplied drones to Ukraine utilize “stone age” technology.
The parliament is forced into dropping controversial press restrictions as anti-government protests enter their fifth day.
Swiss police say the attacker stormed the Islamic Center and fired several shots at a group of worshipers..
The organization said 7,189 refugees had either died or remained missing on the routes taken by asylum-seekers around the world.
Envoys from NATO will hold a formal meeting with the Russian envoy to the alliance on Monday, according to NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.
The Kiev government agrees to release 15 prisoners taken from war-torn eastern Ukraine.
Dutch judges ruled on Wednesday that "the objects must go to Ukraine, the artifacts' country of origin and cultural heritage."
The cabinet of new Italian Premier Gentiloni has been sworn in by President Sergio Mattarella.
Greek and British police have smashed an international ring supplying forged passports to refugees.
Gentiloni has received a mandate from the president to form the new government.
"Over the past 24 hours three Ukrainian soldiers were killed in combat," says Ukraine's military spokesman.
The deadly incident occurred when two tanker carriages of a freight train derailed at the station of Hitrino village.
The time has come for Mladic to be held accountable for crimes against the victims and communities he destroyed, a UN prosecutor says.
The men are suspected of having a role in the "illegal detention and killing" of Muslims in Prijedor region.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigns after exit polls show he had lost the constitutional reform referendum.
Austria’s far-right Norbert Hofer is the loser in the country’s presidential election.
The OSCE says urgent steps are needed as 600,000 people in Lugansk are at risk of being left without water.
The center-right government formally resigned in November.
The two-day major missile tests come at a dangerous time of tensions with neighboring Russia.
Rescuers have retrieved the bodies of four miners at a depth of about 1,100 meters in Rudna mine.
Over 75 percent of employees in the Serbian armed forces receive monthly wages lower than Serbia's national average.
Bulgaria to move 1,000 refugees, mostly Afghans, from its largest camp into former army barracks.
Thousands of demonstrators from Belgium’s health care and social services take to the streets to protest against government plans for austerity measures.
Striking public sector workers in Greece join a massive demonstration in Athens against austerity reforms.
Estonian navy’s commander resigns after one of his ships was found to be smuggling alcohol and cigarettes during NATO operations.
The coast guard says it has coordinated rescue operations off the Libyan coast.
Protesters in Warsaw chanted slogans such as "No to chaos in schools," and "Stop education reforms."
The International Organization for Migration says refugee deaths from Mediterranean shipwrecks have hit an all-time record high.
The EU agrees to conditionally waive visas for Ukrainians traveling to the countries of the bloc.
A boat carrying refugees capsizes off Libya in the Mediterranean, leaving 100 people unaccounted for.
Romania sentences an Israeli agent over spying on and harassing the country's anti-corruption chief.
Clashes erupt between Greek police and demonstrators protesting US President Barack Obama’s visit to Athens.
Final results on Monday showed socialist-backed opposition candidate Igor Dodon won 52.2 percent of the vote against Maia Sandu who had 47.8 percent.
The ruling party plans to divulge the 'exact cause' of the 2010 plane crash which killed ex-president Kaczynski and dozens of other officials, suspecting foul play in earlier investigations.
The WikiLeaks founder, holed up in Ecuador’s mission in the UK for four years, says he welcomes the “chance to clear his name.”
Igor Dodon has garnered 54 percent of the votes, while his pro-West rival Maia Sandu has just under 45 percent.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov had promised to step down if the ruling party’s favored candidate lost the presidential election.
Some 80,000 people in Barcelona have demonstrated in support of their top pro-independence politicians.
The results could help restore ties with Russia or move the former Soviet republic closer to Europe.
Amnesty International has called on the Spanish king to block the possible sale of five warships to Saudi Arabia.
Six European countries report outbreaks of a severe strain of bird flu in wild birds.
Cypriots rescue 123 refugees believed to be Syrians who were left on a board off the island's northwest coast.
Police believe a local far-right group may have been behind the grenade attack on the diplomatic mission.
Prime Minister Djukanovic says the pro-Russia opposition plotted to assassinate him last month.
Bulgaria, once a loyal Russian ally, had been tilting away from Moscow and closer to the West under the incumbent government.
Rumen Radev, Bulgaria’s opposition candidate, is widely perceived as pro-Russia, as compared to his pro-West rival Tsetska Tsacheva.
The maneuvers, also involving Russian and Belarusian forces, are aimed at boosting cooperation in cross-border missions against terrorism.
The Italian police used violence and sexual abuse while forcing refugees to be fingerprinted, says the international rights group.
Iceland's president tasks the leader of the center-right Independence Party with forming a new government.
NATO is holding military exercises in Montenegro while Russian troops will participate in war games in Serbia at approximately the same time.
A Bosnian court has sentenced seven people to a total of more than 12 years in jail for joining the Deash Takfiri militant group.
Georgia’s opposition parties challenge the election results and accuse the government of vote rigging.
With neither of the two candidates winning a required 51 percent after a counting of most votes, a runoff looks increasingly inevitable.
Iceland’s premier steps aside after a defeat in snap parliamentary elections.
Georgians went to the polling stations on Sunday, in a contest that is mainly between the ruling Georgian Dream Party and the United National Movement (UNM).
Iceland's Independence Party takes a strong lead in parliamentary elections as voters show will to oust governing Progressive Party. The anti-establishment Pirates come third.
The polls are seen as a battle between supporters of closer ties with Russia and those seeking integration with the European Union.
Acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s Popular Party is voted back into power.
Icelander are voting in a snap elections expected to see Pirate Party form a new center-left coalition.
Pro-Russian sources said shelling by the Ukrainian military killed three civilians.