The trial of Argentina star Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges opened Tuesday in Spain in his absence just days before Argentina's first match in the Copa America against Chile.
Ukraine's defiant pilot Nadiya Savchenko sang the national anthem Tuesday in a strident first appearance in parliament since her release in a prisoner swap with Russia last week.
Young drug users risk ending up as "human guinea pigs" for a new wave of sometimes highly-toxic recreational drugs, the EU's drug monitoring body warned in a report released Tuesday.
French Police forces take part in a mock attack drill outside the Grand Stade stadium in Decines, near Lyon, France, in preparation of security measures for the UEFA 2016 European Championship May 30.
France was bracing for fresh transport chaos Tuesday with railway workers striking just 11 days before Euro 2016 in a bitter labor dispute that has sparked months of protests.
A photo of a dead migrant baby pulled from the Mediterranean was published by a charity hoping to force European leaders to grant migrants safe passage, after hundreds were presumed to have died at sea last week.
NATO's Parliamentary Assembly urged member nations Monday to stand up to Russia's military assertiveness as a senior official vowed to strengthen forces along the alliance's eastern borders.
France braced Monday for severe disruption to trains and flights less than two weeks before Euro 2016, as unions called fresh strikes in their battle to have labor reforms scrapped.
The little blue flowers that have grown for a century now in France near the graves of the war dead at Douaumont can easily be mistaken for local forget-me-nots.
Andre Rousselet, founder of the French film and television network Canal+ and former close friend of the late president Francois Mitterrand, died on Sunday at his Paris home, his family said. He was 93.