Tens of thousands packed one of Istanbul's biggest public spaces Saturday as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted a giant rally seeking votes in next week's referendum on enhancing his powers.
The fast-moving developments in Syria are never far from people's minds in an Istanbul neighborhood that is home to thousands of refugees from the country's civil war.
The Russian space agency Roscosmos says Soviet-era cosmonaut Georgy Grechko has died at age 85.
The Turkish culture ministry has readied designs for a major new museum outside Ankara to remember the defeat of the failed July 15 coup that tried to unseat President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, state media said on Sunday.
Norway's police have defused an explosive device found near a busy subway station in the capital and arrested a suspect.
Gone are the days of London's "pea souper" smogs, but like many European cities, the British capital is once again being choked by pollution -- and has road traffic firmly in its sights.
Rescuers search after a building collapsed burying several people in Swiebodzice, Poland, on April 8.
Police in the Norwegian capital of Oslo said they neutralized an explosive device found in a busy area of downtown Oslo late Saturday night and said they had arrested a suspect.
Flags flew at half-mast across Stockholm on Saturday as the city slowly returned to normal a day after a truck attack that killed four people, as police said they had the suspected driver in custody.
The Basque group ETA, which has fought a long and often-bloody drive for independence, provided France with a list of arms caches on Saturday under a promise to completely disarm, a move the government called "a major step."