Germany and Britain agreed Wednesday that Prime Minister Theresa May needed time to prepare for talks to leave the EU, after London took the first step towards Brexit by giving up its presidency of the European Union.
A car bomb in Kiev on Wednesday killed a pro-Western reporter from a news site whose founder was beheaded 16 years ago after probing the alleged crimes of Ukrainian leaders.
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French lawmakers voted massively Wednesday to extend a state of emergency as President Francois Hollande said that a call to boost reserve forces had paved the way towards a "National Guard."
Mourners walk past the Israeli barrier as they carry the body of Muhey al-Tabakhi, 12, during his funeral in the West Bank town of Al-Ram, near Jerusalem, Wednesday, July 20. A Palestinian hospital official says the boy was killed after clashes erupted between Israeli forces and protesters in the West Bank.
China's property and entertainment giant Wanda has agreed to sell a historic Madrid skyscraper, a source close to negotiations said Wednesday, after feuding with city authorities over plans to renovate the landmark.
A 17-year-old Afghan refugee who attacked four people with an axe on a German train had an Islamic State flag at his house, police said Tuesday shortly before the extremist group claimed him as one of its fighters.
New British Prime Minster Theresa May on Monday won her first parliamentary battle when MPs overwhelmingly voted to replace the aging submarines that carry Britain's nuclear arsenal.
France fell silent on Monday for the victims of the Nice truck attack, but the mourning was overshadowed by politicians tearing into each other over the massacre.
New British foreign minister and top Brexit backer Boris Johnson pledged Monday Britain would continue to play a leading role in Europe as he met his European Union peers in Brussels for the first time.