Police in Rome are investigating the apparent vandalism of the famed Elephant and Obelisk statue designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in the Piazza della Minerva near the Pantheon in Rome.
A German journalist on Monday said she was detained and deported from ex-Soviet Uzbekistan as the secretive Central Asian state prepares to elect a president to replace the late strongman Islam Karimov.
A leader of France's far-right National Front said Tuesday that she welcomed reported plans by ultra-conservative U.S. website Breitbart News to expand in France and support the party's presidential campaign.
EU member Bulgaria faced an uncertain future Monday after center-right Prime Minister Boyko Borisov quit following the crushing defeat of his presidential nominee at the hands of a Moscow-friendly general backed by the Socialist opposition.
Pro-Russian candidate Igor Dodon on Monday emerged as winner of Moldova's presidential runoff, viewed as an East-West choice in the impoverished ex-Soviet country.
Homeless people had VIP seats at a special Mass Sunday in St. Peter's Basilica, where Pope Francis lamented attitudes that cut off many of the world's poor from the benefits of progress.
A police officer checks a woman with flowers at a checkpoint at the attack sites at restaurant Le Petit Cambodge (Little Cambodia) and the Carillon Hotel in Paris, prior to the arrival of French President Francois Hollande to unveil a commemoration plate on Sunday, Nov.
France on Sunday marked the first anniversary of the Paris attacks with somber ceremonies and painful memories for the relatives of the 130 people killed.
French security turned out in force Saturday night as British pop legend Sting reopened the Bataclan concert hall one year after suicidal jihadis turned the famed Paris venue into a bloodbath.
Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage has become the first British politician to meet with Donald Trump since his U.S. election win, the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) confirmed late Saturday.