Boaty McBoatface may be sunk.
What happens when the site of the world's worst nuclear accident is left all but abandoned for nearly 30 years?
U.S. President Barack Obama heads to Saudi Arabia Tuesday amid tensions over congressional legislation which would potentially allow the royal government to be sued in American courts over the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Malta's left-of-center government survived a no confidence vote on Monday linked to revelations from the so-called Panama Papers, which named the energy minister and the prime ministerial chief-of-staff.
Defying radioactive contamination and a government evacuation order, Yevgeny Markevich returned to his beloved Chernobyl shortly after it suffered the world's worst nuclear accident 30 years ago this week.
The "Up All Night" protests that are sweeping France are increasingly being marred by violence and police have warned the organizers not to let their peaceful cause be hijacked by troublemakers.
If Britain leaves the European Union its economy could shrink by 6 percent by 2030, the finance ministry warned in a report on Monday that was dismissed as scaremongering by euroskeptics.
A closely watched Italian referendum on oil and gas drilling concessions failed to reach the required turnout threshold Sunday, in a win for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi who urged voters to stay home.
Lemlem speaks with her eyes, which say more than she would like. Her name has a soft sound: in her fathers' language, she explains, it means "green." It is hard to say if this color means hope to her as well. Eritrean, she escaped almost three years ago from Ethiopia and from war. At the pre-nursery in Chiasso she is a mom like many others -- a mother who tries to speak some words of Italian and to pass a bit of serenity onto her kids. But she is still a woman split in two parts: One is here with her baby who was born during her diaspora. The other part is in a camp for displaced people in Ethiopia, with her other child is now being looked after by an aunt.
Legendary Spanish bullfighter Manuel Benitez, "El Cordobes," is locked in a legal battle with another popular matador who openly uses the same nickname and has for years claimed to be his son.