A man accused of plotting to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May faces trial next summer.
Catalans choose new political leaders in a highly contested election on Thursday that comes in extraordinary circumstances.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says he will travel to New York with his Palestinian counterpart to attend the U.N. General Assembly vote seeking to reject President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
In Barcelona, Catalonia’s cosmopolitan capital, there is no sign of the independent country that the region’s former leaders proclaimed with great fanfare nearly two months ago.
The European Union’s top court has ruled that the bloc’s divorce regulations don’t cover private agreements, throwing a case back to a Munich court to decide whether to recognize a divorce granted under religious Sharia law to a Syrian-German couple.
Turkey’s president is railing against the United Arab Emirates’ foreign minister, who retweeted a post that accused the Turkish leader’s Ottoman “forefathers” of mistreating Arabs and stealing manuscripts from the holy city of Medina.
Vladimir Putin’s torso, which he sometimes bares during sporting pursuits, is a familiar part of his public image.
In a landmark ruling Wednesday that may fundamentally change Uber’s international operations, the European Union’s highest court ruled that the ride-hailing service is a transportation company — as opposed to a mere online intermediary connecting drivers and passengers.
Greek authorities say at least seven people have been injured in an overnight brawl at an overcrowded migrant detention center on the island of Lesbos.
The Latest on the death of Cardinal Bernard Law, the disgraced former archbishop of Boston who was a central figure in the clergy sex abuse scandal.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley is urging the U.N. Security Council to punish Iran for what the Trump administration calls its “dangerous violations” of U.N. resolutions and “destabilizing behavior,” but Russia says what is needed is dialogue not threats or sanctions.
The driver of a school bus that collided with a regional train in southern France last week has been put in custody for questioning by officers investigating the dramatic accident that left six people dead, including five children.
Police say they’ve arrested a 51-year-old German man on allegations he detonated a bag with illegal firecrackers in a Hamburg subway station.
International observers are raising the alarm about intensified fighting in eastern Ukraine.
The prime ministers of Croatia and Slovenia have failed to break a deadlock over an international arbitration ruling in a long-standing border dispute that has led to tensions between the two neighboring European Union countries.
Rome’s official Christmas tree is losing so many needles so fast it has become a jolly joke for city residents.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is seeking to allay fears voiced by some Italians about his new government’s proposal to offer citizenship to ethnic Austrians in northern Italy.
The Latest on Catalonia’s political crisis (all times local): 2:25 p.m.
The family of a six-year-old Afghan migrant girl killed by a train on the Serbia-Croatia border has filed charges against the Croatian police for forcing them back over the frontier.
French president Emmanuel Macron has hit back at Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad’s allegations that France supported terrorism in Syria, insisting that the US-led international coalition should be credited for the military successes against the Islamic State.