NATO allies agreed Saturday to maintain a stable military presence in Afghanistan, bolstered by U.S. President Barack Obama's decision to make a smaller cut in U.S. troop levels than planned.
The evidence is piling up the UK's decision to leave the European Union is already hitting the economy.
Leaders of the NATO military alliance gathered Friday to order ambitious actions against a daunting array of dangers to the security of their nations and citizenry, including a rearmed and increasingly unfriendly Russia to Europe's east and violent Islamic extremism to the south.
BRUSSELS - Prime Minister David Cameron has proposed Britain's ambassador to France as its new European Commissioner, Brussels said Friday, after the previous commissioner stepped down in the wake of the Brexit vote.
A reveler is gored by a Cebada Gago ranch fighting bull during the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, Friday, July 8. A hospital official says five people were gored by fighting bulls in a hair-raising second running of the bulls at Pamplona's San Fermin festival.
British police on Friday reported a sharp increase in hate crimes in the weeks before and after the June 23 EU referendum, which was dominated by a divisive debate about immigration.
Austria's far-right candidate in the October presidential election is "playing with fire" with talk of an EU membership referendum, his challenger told media Friday, vowing to tackle him over the issue during the campaign.
One of the last surviving veterans of Spain's 1936-39 civil war has died at the age of 102, his family said on Thursday.
A nationalist politician is facing criticism for appearing to suggest the German soccer team isn't German enough.
A French court convicted and jailed a tycoon Thursday over a 283-million-euro (US$314 million) carbon tax fraud, dubbed "the scam of the century" by French media.