Monday, September 28, 2015
Voters in Catalonia participated in an election Sunday that could propel the northeastern region toward independence from the rest of Spain or quell secessionism for years.
Seventeen Syrian refugees including five children drowned Sunday when their boat sank in Turkish waters on its way to Greece, local media reported.
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German media reported Sunday that Volkswagen was warned years ago about the use of illegal tricks to defeat emissions tests.
Armenia on Saturday threatened arch-foe Azerbaijan with "retaliatory" artillery and rocket strikes, and accused Baku of breaching the shaky truce that ended their bloody war over the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region two decades ago.
Thousands of people marched in Dublin on Saturday calling for an overhaul of Ireland's strict abortion laws, as a campaign for change gathers momentum ahead of the upcoming general election.
Two teenagers were arrested Sunday over a blaze at a London mosque which claims to be the largest in western Europe.
Ten years after a Danish newspaper triggered deadly protests by publishing 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, the man behind the most infamous drawing says he feels anger but no regret.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Catalans vote Sunday in an election dubbed the most important in Spain's recent history, with polls pointing to a win by separatists who vow to declare the region independent.