Saturday, February 15, 2014
British disc jockey Dave Lee Travis said he had been through “a year and a half of hell” after he was cleared by a jury Thursday of a string of sexual assault charges.
Friday, February 14, 2014
British finance minister George Osborne warned Thursday that Scotland would have to leave the pound if it voted to become independent.1 Comment
A 10-year-old Norwegian boy took his toddler sister for a joy ride in the family car, ending up in a snowy ditch posing as a dwarf, police and media reports said Wednesday.
Misunderstood, dismissed and often hidden, polyamory, or having several romantic relationships simultaneously, is slowly coming out into the open in Germany aided by the efforts of a counselor and support network.
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Five Michael Jackson fans won symbolic damages of one euro each Tuesday as a French court agreed they had suffered “emotional damage” from the pop star's death.
More than a decade after legalizing euthanasia for adults, Belgium is set this week to extend mercy-killing to terminally ill children after lengthy public debate over the ethical issues at stake.
Gray-haired and grinning, two dozen couples hold champagne flutes at a Warsaw ceremony in their honor. They survived 50 years of marriage and in Poland, that is reason enough for a presidential medal.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
EU ministers allowed the controversial cultivation of a new genetically modified crop, U.S. firm Pioneer's TC1507 corn, after opponents failed Tuesday to muster enough support against the move.
Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot leaders pledged to strive towards agreement on ending the island's four-decade division “as soon as possible,” as they relaunched Tuesday peace talks stalled for almost two years.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
France's suddenly single president arrives Monday in the U.S. for a state visit, hoping the glaring absence of his first lady won't steal the limelight from his focus on major policy issues with U.S. President Barack Obama.