Two people were killed and 21 wounded on Thursday when a car bomb exploded outside a local government building in the southern Turkish city of Adana, the latest attack to rock Turkey this year.
A far-right extremist was on Wednesday sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of release for murdering British MP Jo Cox a week before Britain's EU referendum in a "politically motivated" attack.
Populist Dutch MP Geert Wilders remained unapologetic as his hate speech trial drew to a close on Wednesday, saying "millions of Dutch citizens will be convicted with me" if he is found guilty.
People enjoy the traditional Christmas Market after it was opened in Frankfurt, Germany, Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Turkey's government on Tuesday scrapped a proposal that critics said would have allowed men accused of sexually abusing underage girls to go free if they were married to their victims.
Crunch negotiations on ending the decades-old division of Cyprus broke down Tuesday with its rival leaders still far apart and no date set for a new round of U.N.-brokered talks.
For 15-year-old Mustafa, the trickiest part about learning German is knowing when to use the articles der, die or das.
People walk on a black sanded beach in Vik, Iceland, near the Volcano Katla, Oct. 26. Katla Volcano has helped turn sleepy Vik, a community of 300 people some 180 kilometers east of the capital, Reykjavik, into a tourism hotspot.
Following a public outcry, Turkey's government has withdrawn a proposal that critics said would have allowed men accused of sexually abusing underage girls to go free if they were married to their victims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said it would be "inappropriate" to ask who was the more barbarous out of Israel and Hitler, in comments likely to put renewed strain on ties with the Jewish state.