Monday, January 25, 2016
A day after 46 migrants drowned in a choppy Aegean Sea, protesters demonstrated Saturday at a Greek border town to demand that Greece ease transit restrictions at its heavily militarized border with Turkey.
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated Saturday in nearly 100 cities across Italy to urge the government to permit gay and lesbian couples to have civil unions and legally recognized families.
San Sebastian kicked off its year as the European Capital of Culture Saturday with a concert on the beach as the northern Spanish city pushes a banner of peace years after being hit by waves of violence.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Greece faced fresh pressure Saturday on its handling of the migrant crisis after Austrian Home Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner warned that Athens faced "temporary exclusion" from the EU's passport-free Schengen zone.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday he was confident that his country would be able to reach a deal with the European Union on his government's demands for EU reforms.
A Paris court on Friday handed a 20-year jail term to a mainland Chinese nanny for murdering and chopping up her employers after their 2-month-old baby died in her care.
"I have a very free schedule": Spain's embattled incumbent prime minister fell prey to a practical joke when an imitator pretending to be Catalonia's new separatist leader managed to speak to him on the phone on radio.
Pope Francis has written his first book for children, replying to 30 probing letters from children around the world and due for release by a U.S. publishing house in March.
With a year to go before presidential elections, French opposition leader Nicolas Sarkozy has outlined where he thinks he went wrong during his time in power, in a new book to be published on Monday.
Croatia's parliament has approved a new center-right government led by Canada-educated financial expert Tihomir Oreskovic, ending more than two months of political deadlock after an inconclusive general election.