The Italian navy has recovered the bodies of 45 migrants who drowned Friday in the latest shipwreck, while dozens of others are still missing in the third major tragedy in the Mediterranean in as many days.
Pope Francis speaks as he holds a life vest during a meeting with youths at the Vatican on Saturday, May 28. The life vest was used by a migrant who was found dead during a rescue on the Mediterranean Sea. The pope Saturday mourned those migrants lost at sea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made his first trip to a European Union country this year Friday with a visit to Greece that will include a stop at a secluded Christian Orthodox monastic sanctuary.
The U.N. refugee agency on Friday urged Serbia and Hungary to find a solution for the migrants camping in dire conditions at their border, hoping to enter the European Union despite border closures.
Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, freed from a Russian jail this week, said on Friday she is ready to negotiate with pro-Russian separatists on releasing prisoners.
French President Francois Hollande vowed Friday to "stand firm" over a controversial labor law as unions called on workers to step up a wave of industrial action gripping the country.
The world's largest seaworthy wooden ship of its class, a replica of a merchant vessel that sank in 1745 off the coast of Sweden for reasons still unknown, is up for sale after years on the seas.
French police said Thursday they had raided the French headquarters of McDonald's and seized documents last week as part of an investigation into tax fraud.
Kevin Vickers, Canada's ambassador to the Republic of Ireland and the official hailed for shooting dead a gunman who stormed the Canadian parliament in 2014, tackled a protester at a ceremony Thursday in Dublin.
Thousands of dock workers poured into a public square in the French port city of Le Havre on Thursday, setting off smoke bombs as part of escalating nationwide protests against a labor bill that would loosen protections for French workers.