Pope Francis on Friday opted for no change in the Catholic approach to homosexuality but signaled a more open stance on cohabiting and divorced believers under new Church guidelines on family life.
Greece plans to tell thousands of migrants that it "loves" them to persuade them to willingly evacuate a huge makeshift camp at the port of Piraeus ahead of the busy tourism season, officials said Friday.
A French employment tribunal sparked outrage Friday after ruling that a hair salon boss was not guilty of homophobia despite calling a gay employee a "faggot" in a text message explaining his dismissal.
A U.N. human rights tribunal in Kosovo said Friday the world body should apologize and compensate the Roma community for the health impact of being housed on lead-poisoned sites after the war in 1999.
The number of new asylum applications in Germany, Europe's top destination for refugees last year, dropped 66 percent in March to about 20,000, Home Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Friday.
"You won't have my hatred" -- the defiant words of a Paris attacks widower that won sympathy around the world -- are the title of his poignant new book, already translated into 18 languages.
Kathryn Sargent made history on Wednesday by becoming the first female master tailor to open her own premises on London's Savile Row -- the epicenter of traditional British bespoke tailoring.
The Dutch "No" to an EU pact with Ukraine dealt a fresh blow to European unity Thursday, handing euroskeptics a symbolic victory ahead of Britain's in-out referendum in June.
Egyptian investigators on Thursday briefed Italian counterparts on a much-criticized probe into the torture and murder of an Italian student in Cairo that threatens to derail the close partnership between the two countries.
French lawmakers on Wednesday approved a bill against prostitution and sex trafficking that bans buying sex, not selling it. Customers will face fines and be made to attend awareness classes on the harms of the sex trade.