British lawmakers returned to Parliament Monday to pay tribute to lawmaker Jo Cox, as the man charged with her slaying made a brief court appearance by video from prison.
A buyer who said he came from Argentina spent over 600,000 euros on Nazi memorabilia, including one of Adolf Hitler's uniform jackets, at a controversial auction in Germany, a report said Monday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron warned Sunday of the dangers of embracing "leave" campaigner Nigel Farage's vision of Britain ahead of the country's referendum on its European Union membership.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that a controversial redevelopment of an Istanbul park that sparked major anti-government protests in 2013 would go ahead, despite opposition from secular Turks.
MOSCOW -- At least 11 children and their adult instructor died in a storm while boating on a lake in Russia's northwestern region of Karelia, officials said Sunday.
Orthodox church leaders from around the world met in Greece Sunday for the first such gathering in a millennium, but the absence of several branches of the communion threatened to mar the event.
Mayoral runoffs in many big Italian cities Sunday were being watched to see how Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's often bickering Democratic Party fares, especially in Rome, where City Hall corruption scandals have tainted traditional parties on both the left and the right.
U.N. chief Ban Ki-Moon said Saturday that the "detention" of migrants who have arrived in Greece since March should cease immediately, as he visited the frontline of the migration crisis engulfing Europe.
Protesters rallied outside the French embassy in London on Saturday after an aid convoy intended for migrants was turned back by French border police.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange starts his fifth year camped out in the Ecuadoran embassy in London on Sunday, an occasion his supporters intend to mark with events celebrating whistleblowers.