U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley is urging the U.N. Security Council to punish Iran for what the Trump administration calls its “dangerous violations” of U.N. resolutions and “destabilizing behavior,” but Russia says what is needed is dialogue not threats or sanctions.
The driver of a school bus that collided with a regional train in southern France last week has been put in custody for questioning by officers investigating the dramatic accident that left six people dead, including five children.
Police say they’ve arrested a 51-year-old German man on allegations he detonated a bag with illegal firecrackers in a Hamburg subway station.
International observers are raising the alarm about intensified fighting in eastern Ukraine.
The U.N. Security Council has approved the delivery of humanitarian aid across borders and conflict lines in Syria for another year, with Russia urging a gradual end to the program that has helped millions of people in rebel-held areas.
Dozens of judges and prosecutors have staged another protest against lawmakers who are currently passing laws that they say will stymie the legal system.
A year after a terrorist rammed a truck into a bustling Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 and injuring 56, British authorities have said the country’s crowded holiday markets are safer now than any time in recent years.
The prime ministers of Croatia and Slovenia have failed to break a deadlock over an international arbitration ruling in a long-standing border dispute that has led to tensions between the two neighboring European Union countries.
Rome’s official Christmas tree is losing so many needles so fast it has become a jolly joke for city residents.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is seeking to allay fears voiced by some Italians about his new government’s proposal to offer citizenship to ethnic Austrians in northern Italy.
The Latest on Catalonia’s political crisis (all times local): 2:25 p.m.
The family of a six-year-old Afghan migrant girl killed by a train on the Serbia-Croatia border has filed charges against the Croatian police for forcing them back over the frontier.
French president Emmanuel Macron has hit back at Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad’s allegations that France supported terrorism in Syria, insisting that the US-led international coalition should be credited for the military successes against the Islamic State.
A Swedish prosecutor says one of two men held for allegedly throwing firebombs at a synagogue in the Swedish city of Goteborg, has been released.
The European Union has condemned violence by the Albanian opposition during voting for a temporary prosecutor general.
A German union representing flight attendants has criticized budget carrier Ryanair for refusing to meet with them to discuss pay and conditions.
Scores of travelers are suffering from flight disruptions as freezing fog caused delays and cancellations at London airports ahead of Christmas.
As Germany commemorated the one-year anniversary of a Christmas market attack in Berlin that killed 12 people, government officials admitted Tuesday they were “not sufficiently prepared” to handle the attack and support the victims.
World 100-meter champion Justin Gatlin fired coach Dennis Mitchell following an undercover investigation reported Tuesday that appeared to show people linked to the sprinter offering to supply performance-enhancing drugs.
Voters go to the polls this week in Spain’s northeastern region of Catalonia in elections called by the Spanish government after it sacked the former regional cabinet and dissolved the local parliament following a declaration of independence.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says that 65 journalists were killed in 2017, the lowest toll in 14 years.
British police have arrested four men on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks.
Survivors and dignitaries are commemorating the anniversary of the attack on a Berlin Christmas market in which 12 people were killed and dozens injured.
Soft toys on the beds and posters on the walls.