The governor of southern Ukraine’s Kherson region says Russian airstrikes have killed two people and wounded three others. According to Gov.
The leader of Spain’s conservatives will have his opportunity to form a new government this week in what has been preordained as a lost cause given his lack of support in the Parliament.
The British government is considering scrapping a big chunk of an overdue and over-budget high-speed rail line once touted as a way to attract jobs and investment to northern England.
The German city of Nordhausen is best known as the location of the former Nazi concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora.
Russia’s top diplomat is lashing out at the U.S. and the West as self-interested defenders of a fading international power structure.
Rory McIlroy’s chances of winning the Italian Open a year ago at the Marco Simone course that will host the Ryder Cup vanished when he hit his tee shot on the reachable par-4 16th into the water.
Activists from community groups, far-left parties and unions have held marches around France against racism and police brutality.
Europe has picked up the pace at the Solheim Cup and pulled even with the United States at 8-8 after splitting the morning foursome matches and winning the afternoon fourballs.
Pope Francis is challenging French President Emmanuel Macron and other European leaders to open their ports to people fleeing hardship and poverty.
PARIS (AP) — Playing ping-pong, strolling through a Bordeaux vineyard, dodging raindrops at a Paris flower market — Britain’s King Charles III and Queen Camilla paid a special state visit to France that at times looked richly royal, and at times strikingly ordinary.
JAMTALFERNER GLACIER, Austria (AP) — High up on an Alpine ridge beneath a ceiling of ice, water drips from above into a cave formed by the slowly shrinking Jamtalferner glacier.
Britain is pitching itself to the world as a ready leader in shaping an international response to the rise of artificial intelligence.
Italy’s presidential palace says Giorgio Napolitano, the first former Communist to rise to Italy’s presidency, has died. He was 98.
Norwegian authorities have dropped spying allegations against an unidentified 25-year-old foreign student and are now holding him on suspicion of a “serious financial crime.”
Europe has rallied against the United States after being swept in the opening foursome matches at the Solheim Cup.
European Union antitrust enforcers have slapped Intel with a fresh $400 million fine in a long-running legal fight that the chipmaker appeared to have won last year.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says that ethnic Armenian separatists in Azerbaijan’s breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh are surrendering their arms to Russian peacekeepers.
Cyprus has formally called on the European Union to re-evaluate which areas of Syria can be declared as safe zones that are free from armed conflict so that Syrian migrants can eventually be repatriated there.
British competition regulators has signaled that Microsoft’s restructured $69 billion deal to buy video game maker Activision Blizzard is likely to receive antitrust approval.
Lara Arias is a rare female golf course superintendent and she’s in charge at the Marco Simone club outside Rome that will host the Ryder Cup next week.
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Many families in poorer areas of Romania enjoy fall fairs, like the Titu Fair in Hagioaica.
Pope Francis has blasted what he calls the “fanaticism of indifference” that greets migrants seeking a better life in Europe.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address the Canadian Parliament on Friday as he continues his efforts to shore up support from Western allies for Ukraine’s war against the Russian invasion.
A top European Union official says Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exposed an urgent need to reform the “sclerotic and hobbled” global decision making at the United Nations.
Novels from Ireland, the United States, Canada and Britain that explore families, communities and a world in crisis make up the six finalists for the prestigious Booker Prize for fiction.
It’s not every day that VIP visitors venture out to the town of Saint-Denis, one of the poorest and toughest parts of the Paris region.
Anna Nordqvist is on double duty this week at the Solheim Cup. One minute she will be worrying about the right club to use on her next shot.
Bulgaria is expelling one Russian and two Belarusian nationals for carrying out activities against Bulgaria’s national security and interests.
The European Union has urged authorities in the Serb-controlled half of Bosnia to withdraw a draft law that brands non-profit groups funded from abroad as foreign agents.
British authorities have charged five Bulgarians living in the U.K. with spying for Russia. The Crown Prosecution Service said Thursday it had authorized charges of conspiracy to conduct espionage against three men and two women.
A prosecutor says a 13-year-old boy found dead in woods near his home earlier this month was the latest victim of Sweden’s deadly gang violence.
A former soldier who allegedly snuck out of a London prison by strapping himself under a food delivery truck has pleaded not guilty to escaping custody.
Poland’s prime minister says his country is no longer sending arms to Ukraine. The comment appeared to put Poland’s status as a major source of military equipment for Kyiv in doubt as a trade dispute between the neighboring states escalates.
The political careers of two of Norway’s most powerful women are under threat after it was revealed that their husbands were trading in shares behind their backs.
Greece’s civil servants have walked off the job on a 24-hour strike that disrupted public transport and left ferries tied up in ports.