Technology has made stopping terrorist attacks harder, and it is legal to kill militants overseas if they pose an immediate or otherwise unstoppable threat, Britain's Attorney General Jeremy Wright said on Wednesday during a speech at a London think tank.
Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner, who was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 130,000 Jews, died in 2001 at the age of 89, locked up in a squalid Damascus basement, a French magazine reported Wednesday.
Serbs in Bosnia celebrated on Monday a deeply divisive holiday, a date tied to the fragile nation's brutal 1990s war and a sensitive issue for Muslims.1 Comment
Turkey's parliament on Monday began debating a controversial new draft constitution aimed at expanding the powers of the presidency under Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Conditions for refugees on Greek islands and in other camps where they are housed in tents despite severe cold weather are "untenable," the European Commission said Monday.
Northern Ireland's power-sharing government was plunged into crisis Monday as its senior Catholic leader quit in a showdown with his Protestant colleague that could trigger a snap election and shatter the bedrock of the region's peace deal.
Former German president Roman Herzog has died at the age of 82, the presidential office said Tuesday.
A Norway court on Tuesday begins examining the state's appeal against a ruling that it has treated mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik "inhumanely" since he was jailed for killing 77 people, at a Labour Party youth camp and near government building in 2011.
More than four decades have passed since the Kyriakou-Savva family fled their hilltop village home in Cyprus overlooking the Mediterranean as Turkish troops approached, but the memories still haunt three generations.
Rival Cypriot leaders on Monday resumed U.N.-backed peace talks seen as a historic opportunity to end decades of conflict on the divided island, but the outcome is far from certain.