Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he would make a push for power after his conservatives won more seats in parliament in a repeat general election on Sunday, even though it still fell short of a majority.
The UK's opposition Labour party plunged into turmoil Sunday and the prospect of Scottish independence drew closer, ahead of a showdown with EU leaders over the country's seismic vote to leave the bloc.
Spaniards headed to the polls Sunday for an unprecedented repeat election that aimed to break six months of political deadlock after a December ballot left the country without an elected government.
ATHENS - Orthodox church leaders from around the world on Sunday called for the protection of religious minorities in the war-torn Middle East at a rare global meeting that also warned against the "moral dilemmas" of rapid scientific progress.
BUCHAREST - Around 1,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on Saturday for a gay pride march as participants demanded equal rights in a country where same sex marriage remains illegal.
ROME - One of Italy's most wanted mafia bosses was arrested Sunday after two decades on the run, fleeing a life sentence for murder, the authorities announced.
History professor Gudni Johannesson won Iceland's presidential election after riding a wave of anti-establishment sentiment, final results showed Sunday, although the vote was eclipsed by the country's eagerly anticipated Euro soccer match.
A resident of the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk looks through a hole into an apartment building that was destroyed as a result of night shelling between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists on Friday, June 24.
Hopes that Brexit could provide a ticket to Britain for thousands of migrants languishing in squalid conditions in northern France are illusory, the French government says.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Sunday blasted a planned EU-U.S. trade treaty, saying the ambitious deal was against "EU interests."