Spain's Santander, the eurozone's biggest bank, said Wednesday during a meeting with unions that it plans to slash up to 1,200 jobs in its Spanish home market, unions and other sources close to the talks said.
Azerbaijan and separatist forces in Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday agreed on a cease-fire starting noon local time following three days of the heaviest fighting in the disputed region since 1994, the Azeri defense ministry announced.
Dutch people began voting Wednesday on whether to back a key EU pact with Ukraine in a referendum triggered by grassroots eurosceptic groups and seen as a yardstick on ties with Brussels.
World leaders and celebrities exposed in a massive leak of their secret offshore financial dealings are hitting back, saying they have done nothing wrong despite a growing international furor.
Notorious British spy Kim Philby is shown in newly uncovered footage telling members of East Germany's intelligence service that stealing top-level secrets and betraying your country is as simple as having a few drinks with the right person.
Most people are resigned to a little litter in their lives.
U.N. war crimes judges have ordered an indefinite halt to the trial of Croatian Serb rebel leader Goran Hadzic who is suffering from brain cancer, according to a ruling released Tuesday.
Sweden's highest court on Monday found Wikimedia Sweden guilty of violating copyright laws by providing free access to its database of artwork photographs without the artists' consent.
A furious Kremlin said Monday it was the target of a plot to destabilize Russia after a massive leak of confidential documents fingered President Vladimir Putin's close associates along with other world leaders in allegations of shady offshore financial dealings.
A controversial European Union plan to curb migration and smash smuggling rings in Turkey began Monday as 202 migrants from two Greek islands were piled onto boats heading back to Turkey.