UK Independence Party (UKIP) MEP Steven Woolfe has been discharged from a French hospital following an altercation with another senior party member.
Stylianos Pattakos, the last survivor among the leaders of a 1967 coup that ruled Greece for seven years, has died at 103.
The ruling Georgian Dream party won Georgia's parliamentary polls, early results showed Sunday, but accusations of vote rigging from the opposition sparked fears of political instability in the Caucasus nation.
"Rest in peace" reads a note outside the Fabric nightclub as London revelers mourn the loss of the flagship nightspot -- just the latest music venue to shut its doors in the British capital.
German police searched nationwide Sunday for a 22-year-old Syrian man believed to have been preparing a bombing attack and were questioning a second Syrian man on suspicion he was involved in the plot.
Lithuanians fed up with economic inequality and mass emigration were voting Sunday in round one of a tight general election, which could oust the governing Social Democrats.
Georgia votes on Saturday in bitterly contested parliamentary polls that have sparked fears of political instability in the Caucasus nation, with two pro-Western parties tied after a fraught campaign.
Russia is again deploying nuclear-capable Iskander missiles into its Kaliningrad outpost bordering two NATO members, Lithuania said Saturday, warning the move was aimed at pressuring the West into making concessions over Syria and Ukraine.
German police are searching for a man suspected to have been planning a bombing attack after a raid on his apartment in the eastern city of Chemnitz turned up nothing, authorities said Saturday.
British police have warned about people in clown outfits acting suspiciously and sometimes wielding knives as they follow people.