Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Doctors are optimistic that 10-month-old formerly conjoined twin girls will survive after a recent surgery that separated them.
Six French citizens have had their passports confiscated and 40 more will be banned from leaving the country as Europe cracks down on would-be jihadists planning to travel to Syria and Iraq.
Germany's public finances were back in the black in 2014, as growth in Europe's biggest economy shifted up a gear at the end of the year, official data showed Tuesday.
France's defense minister will on Tuesday hold talks with his Indian counterpart in a fresh bid to nail a troubled deal to sell 126 Rafale fighter jets.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Greece's new anti-austerity government submitted a list of reform proposals to Brussels on Monday in a bid to secure a four-month extension to its lifeline debt bailout, a European source said.
Pro-Russian forces massing near Ukraine's port city of Mariupol are continuing to attack government troop positions, Kiev said on Monday, fueling concerns for the fate of an internationally brokered cease-fire.
Nearly 500 miners who were trapped underground by a fire at a gold mine in South Africa on Sunday were brought to the surface safely, a spokeswoman for mining company Harmony Gold said.
The retrial of two Al-Jazeera English journalists who face terror-related charges in a case widely criticized by human rights organizations and media groups has been postponed to March 8.
Two British former foreign ministers faced claims Monday that they offered to use their positions to help a private company in return for cash following an undercover investigation.
U.S. homeland security chief Jeh Johnson warned shoppers in one of America's biggest malls to be on their guard Sunday after an Islamic militant group posted a video calling for attacks on Western malls.