Estonia's divided parliament failed on Tuesday to elect a successor to two-term liberal President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, delaying the choice until September 24.
Vera Caslavska, a multiple Olympic gymnastics gold medalist who stood up against the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia, has died. She was 74.
A car driven by a suicide bomber Tuesday exploded after ramming a gate at the Chinese embassy in the capital of ex-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, wounding three people, authorities said.
Attackers rammed a car through the gates of Belgium's crime institute early Monday and set fire to a lab containing crime scene samples, apparently in an effort to destroy evidence, Brussels prosecutors said.
It was a notice received by tens of thousands of professionals in the aftermath of Turkey's failed coup, and one that profoundly shocked Uygar Ozdemir.
In this underwater picture, a woman floats in a swimming pool during a summer day in Madrid, Sunday, Aug. 28.
An explosion at a criminology institute in Brussels early Monday has caused major damage but no casualties, prosecutors and the fire service said.
Faced with more than 1 million migrants flooding across the Mediterranean last year, European nations tightened border controls, set up naval patrols to stop smugglers, negotiated an agreement with Turkey to limit the numbers crossing, shut the Balkan route used by hundreds of thousands, and tried to speed up deportations of rejected asylum-seekers.
Spain's acting prime minister warned Saturday that forming a government remained a "wish," in downbeat comments ahead of a crunch parliamentary vote over the country's political deadlock.
Prime Minister Theresa May wants to trigger Britain's withdrawal from the European Union without a vote in parliament, a report said Saturday.