Tuesday, September 22, 2015
A new biography of David Cameron by a former ally turned political enemy contains claims of youthful debauchery by the future British leader, according to extracts published by the Daily Mail on Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday as Israel frets over a Russian military buildup in Syria.
An industrial court on Monday found French rail operator SNCF guilty of discriminating against some 800 Moroccan railway workers, and ordered it to pay roughly 150 million euros (US$170 million) in damages.
Monday, September 21, 2015
Crowded aboard buses and trains, thousands more migrants flooded into Austria on Sunday from countries unable or unwilling to cope with a desperate human tide escaping war and poverty for a better life in western Europe.
Britain's new opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn vowed Sunday to press ahead with plans to renationalize the rail network to create a "People's Railway," if his party got into power.
The mayor of Iceland's capital Reykjavik on Saturday said he would scrap plans for a boycott of Israeli goods, a proposal that had raised outrage in Israel and elsewhere.
Truckers are warning of the threat of significant costs to the road haulage industry as European nations reimpose long-abandoned border controls to check the greatest migratory flow across the continent since World War II.
Three years of siege, famine and bombing of his Damascus refugee camp didn't kill celebrated musician Aeham al-Ahmad, but something died inside him the day jihadists burned his beloved piano in front of his eyes.
Sunday, September 20, 2015
Thousands of migrants were stranded in the western Balkans on Saturday as Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia tussled over the EU's escalating refugee crisis.
The United States is disturbed by Russia's movement of tactical aircraft to Syria, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday, acknowledging that the jets could pose a threat to American and allied military forces.