Sunday, July 12, 2015
An angry crowd hurling stones and plastic bottles forced Serbia's premier to flee a ceremony Saturday marking the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre of some 8,000 Muslims in Bosnia.
World powers huddled again Saturday behind closed doors on the 15th day of negotiations seeking a deal to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions, with no sign of any end to the nail-biting deadlock.
A former Polish archbishop became ill and was placed in intensive care ahead of the opening of his unprecedented trial on pedophilia charges at the Vatican, officials said Saturday.
Prime Minister David Cameron is seeking a British exemption from European Union employment laws as part of his push to gain more autonomy from Brussels, newspapers said Saturday.
Last year a 600 kilogram bull jammed a horn as thick as a man's arm through Bill Hillmann's thigh twice, narrowly missing his femoral artery.
Saturday, July 11, 2015
The heads of the European Commission, IMF, European Central Bank and the eurozone will discuss Friday a last-ditch Greek reform plan submitted in a bid to avert financial collapse and exit from the single currency.
Poland's offer to accept 2,000 refugees from Africa and the Middle East as part of a European Union plan was thrown into doubt Friday when the junior partner in its coalition government complained of not being consulted.
Ukraine said Thursday it would offer nearly 350 state firms for sale to foreign investors at an upcoming U.S. conference aimed at saving the war-shattered country's imploding economy.
European stocks rallied Friday, with Paris soaring more than three percent on hopes that Greece and its creditors were close to a deal after Athens' latest proposals.