Russia expresses its deep concern over the violence in the Macedonian parliament, blaming it on the opposition’s 'foreign patrons.'
Montenego's parliamentarians ratify the tiny country's membership in NATO taking it one step closer to becoming the bloc's 29th member.
Macedonia’s government has called for an emergency meeting of political leaders after a mob attack on the parliament.
The tough step by the European Commission came hours before Hungary's premier was due to address the European parliament.
The arrests came a day after police detained four men with alleged links to people involved in last year's Brussels airport and metro attacks.
Police said the arrested were one Spaniard and eight Moroccans living in Catalonia between 30 and 40 years old.
The region's Kremlin-backed leaders said the measure had little-to-no impact.
Ukraine opened a terror probe Monday into a mine blast that killed an American medic from the OSCE.
One OSCE staff member is killed while on a monitoring mission in war-torn eastern Ukraine.
Around 4,000-5,000 demonstrators walked with banners bearing heavily ironic slogans such as "we do not need elections".
Some 100 more refugees drown in the Mediterranean, bringing the death toll of those who have died in the perilous journey so far this year to 1,073.
American and Romanian military forces have taken part in a joint military exercise within the framework of the NATO.
The International Court of Justice rejects call from Ukraine to issue a verdict against Russia.
Four Greek army officers have been killed in a helicopter crash in the country.
Italy calls for the release of an Italian journalist, who has been held in custody in Turkey for more than a week.
A court in Spain called on the premier to testify in an important corruption trial.
Hundreds of troops join the Western military alliance’s ‘Summer Shield’ drills near the Russian border.
Serbia says it has entered talks with Russia and Belarus over the purchase of S-300 surface-to-air missile systems.
Uzbekistan says it had passed information to a Western government about the suspect in the recent Stockholm attack prior to the terrorist act.
The European Union mulls legal action against Hungary over lack of democratic norms in its member state.
Police forces have arrested an old woman over spraying on a wall at Switzerland’s national bank.
Kiev says the US has assured Ukraine that Washington will allow any deal with Russia linking the fates of Ukraine and Syria.
Rakhmat Akilov, the main suspect in the deadly lorry attack in Stockholm, admitted to committing “a terrorist crime,” his lawyer says.
Ukraine's top banker resigns after insisting on tough reforms in the country’s fiscal system.
Norwegian police raised the country's security threat level following the discovery of an explosive device in central Oslo late on Saturday.
A tweet by Norwegian police says the “bomb-like device” was found in a busy area outside Oslo’s main underground station late on Saturday.
Over 10,000 Serbian protesters rally in the capital city against the election of Serbia’s premier as president.
From January 1 to April 6, 2017, one hundred people were killed in the Donetsk People’s Republic.
The planned 1,700-meter-long tunnel, which is expected to open in 2023 at an estimated cost of $314 million, would be able to accommodate cruise and freight ships.
Germany’s defense minister says the country’s military can use "offensive measures" against cyber-attacks on governmental institutions.
The announcement comes after a meeting between the UN chief and the leader of the breakaway Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Ukraine’s National Bank says the country expects to receive another $4.5 billion from the IMF by the end of 2017.
Thousands of pensioners stage protest rally against further pension cuts and unpopular labor reforms in Athens.
A court in Norway has sentenced a man to nine years behind bars for recruiting for the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Two Ukrainian soldiers are killed in clashes with pro-Russia forces in the volatile east.
A new study says Europe is now the world’s biggest online hub for child sexual abuse.
Serbia’s Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic wins the country’s presidential election, according to projections.
People in Serbia are voting to elect a new president, with strongman Aleksandar Vucic hoping to tighten his grip on power.
Doctors without Borders warns about the dangers, brutality and abuse the refugees face in Europe.
A recently-released video shows a Syrian refugee self-immolating to protest the dire living conditions at a refugee camp in Greece.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered Athens to pay 16,000 euros each to the workers whose case had triggered outrage across the country.
The impasse has held up the latest installment of Greece's 86-billion-euro ($91 billion) bailout, agreed in 2015.
Reinsurer Swiss Re has declared the cost of catastrophes has nearly doubled to $175 billion in 2016 compared to the 94 billion disaster cost in the year before.
Georgians celebrate the first day of EU’s visa-waiver program.
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.
About 700 people had tried to march along Minsk's main avenue, but were blocked by a cordon of riot police.
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.
Danish citizens of Turkish origin critical of President Erdogan reportedly claimed that they had been tagged as traitors by Ankara.
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 International Monetary Fund has put off a meeting on paying a billion-dollar loan to Ukraine over sanction on eastern parts of the country.
Sofia criticizes Ankara for what it calls interference in the forthcoming Bulgarian general elections.
The OSCE renews its mission in eastern Ukraine until March 31, 2018.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's party wins the highest number of seats in parliamentary elections, exit polls show.
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.
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.
Artur Mas, the former Catalan president, is barred from public office for two years for staging a 2014 independence referendum.
Belarus detains a number of opposition leaders as fresh protests erupt over a new tax measure.
Two men have been shot dead and another sustained serious injuries after a gunman opened fire at a cafe in Switzerland's northwestern city of Basel.
Hungary is to keep refugees in shipping containers along its southern borders with Serbia.
NATO launches extensive war games in Norway’s northern region of Finnmark, some 300 kilometers from the Russian border.
Hungary says it will completes its second barrier along the border with Serbia in early May to bar refugees from entering the country.
The Ukrainian army shells several residential building in the self-proclaimed Donetsk region.
Pro-Russia forces shut down a major telecommunication company in eastern Ukraine.
Russia-backed forces in Ukraine threaten to seize control of enterprises in the east unless Kiev halts a rail blockade.
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.
Ukrainian lawmaker takes doll to parliament in symbolic act to protest against his colleagues' unruly behavior.
Bosnian Muslims formally submitted an appeal for a revision of a 2007 International Court of Justice ruling over the Bosnian war of the 1990s.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) reports violations of a newly-agreed ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
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 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.
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.
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.
Alexander Zakharchenko says pro-independence fighters intend to liberate “occupied territories" in the Donetsk and Luhansk provinces through political means.
The OSCE says it is imperative that Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia fighters withdraw heavy weapons from the eastern front line.
NATO’s plan to beef up military presence in the Black Sea, near Russia, is highly likely to anger Moscow.
NATO urges members to “keep up the momentum” on defense spending.
The majority of Swiss citizens vote in a referendum to ease the naturalization process for third-generation immigrants.
Thousands take part in global protests against US President Donald Trump’s policies.
People in Switzerland go to the polls to vote on whether it should be easier for third-generation immigrants to become Swiss citizens.
Some 72,000 people have been forced to evacuate after a World War II-era bomb was discovered in the Greek city of Thessaloniki.
Belgium voices concerns over the spread of Saudi-backed Wahhabism throughout the country and the rest of Europe.
NATO deployed hundreds of German troops to Lithuania as part of its multinational battalion aimed at bolstering its eastern flank against Russia.
Romania repeals a controversial corruption decree after fierce protests in the country.
After five days of mass nation-wide protests, Romania announces the withdrawal of the decree that decriminalized minor corruption offenses.
Oleg Anashchenko used to serve as the head of the military department of Lugansk.
Each side accuses the other of engaging in provocative military activity in the Aegean Sea.
The protesters called for the immediate closure of Moria refugee camp and other cramped facilities in Lesbos on Friday.