Sweden's left-wing government struck a deal with the opposition Friday to continue nuclear power for the foreseeable future, backtracking on its pledge to phase out atomic energy.
Some guys have all the luck.
An Italian newspaper has published Adolf Hitler's political manifesto "Mein Kampf," angering Italy's prime minister and the country's Jewish community.
Thirteen of the United Kingdom's top scientists signed a letter backing the campaign to remain in the EU Saturday after a dramatic new poll boosted the Brexit campaign.
The Scottish Episcopal Church on Friday became the first Anglican Church branch in the UK to take a step toward allowing gay marriage in church.
After weeks on the sidelines, senior figures in the opposition Labour Party came out fighting for Britain to stay in the EU on Friday amid fears their failure to get out the left-wing vote may result in a Brexit.
A beaming Queen Elizabeth II greeted flag-waving crowds outside St. Paul's Cathedral Friday despite being delayed by London's traffic as she made her way to celebrate her official 90th birthday.
Spanish prosecutors called Friday for the king's brother-in-law to be given a 19-and-a-half year jail term for alleged embezzlement in a trial that has also seen his wife Princess Cristina accused of tax evasion.
New to Boston, Parisian artist Aur幨ie Galois took a deep breath, gathered her oil paints and ventured forth on a unique mission to get acquainted with her adoptive city: Every Friday, for an entire year, she painted a portrait of a stranger.
Artists perform in a Renault store against a backdrop of cars, some hanging in midair, during the brand's opening ceremony in Minsk, Belarus, Thursday, June 9.