Wednesday, December 10, 2014
A German court Tuesday threw out the case against an 89-year-old former soldier over the Nazis' worst atrocity on French soil, the 1944 massacre in the village of Oradour-sur-Glane.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
The mayor of Paris on Sunday laid out a plan to limit cars in the city's historic center and said she wanted to ban diesel vehicles by 2020.
Crisis-hit France was urged on Sunday by Germany and its own Nobel prize-winning economist to reform, days before Paris unveils a controversial set of measures to unblock its stagnating economy.
Monday, December 8, 2014
French President Francois Hollande on Saturday became the first European leader to travel to Russia in an attempt to defuse the standoff with Vladimir Putin over Ukraine, as Kiev announced a fresh round of peace talks next week.
Azerbaijan has detained a prominent investigative journalist whose reporting has often featured the business dealings of top politicians in the country.
Balancing buggies with protest banners, a group of young London mothers is at the frontline of a struggle for homes in a city gripped by the problem of rising rents for lower-income households.
With its warm, fluffy brown grains, buckwheat is the ultimate comfort food for Russians and as sanctions hit home, it is flying off the shelves in a shopping frenzy dubbed the “buckwheat panic.”
Ninety-two-year-old Johanna beams at the 20-year-old stepping into her room — not a visiting grandson, but rather a housemate at her retirement home.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Belgium on Saturday paid tribute to Spanish-born Queen Fabiola, the devout former monarch who died the evening before at 86, two decades after her husband King Baudouin.