The West and Russia are closer than ever to agreeing to implementing a peaceful end to Syria's civil war. But key differences remain, including over the future of Bashar al-Assad.
On Sunday, with the city in a reflective mood, churches were packed, and many headed to the statue of Marianne, the symbol of the French Republic.
Despite Friday's attacks that killed 129 people, many in Europe are hesitant to adopt a 'whatever it takes' mentality that could step on cherished freedoms.
Coordinated attacks at six sites killed at least 129 people Friday night, putting Paris under siege. Parisians quickly moved to help each other, opening their homes and businesses as shelter.
The British prime minister said on Tuesday that the European Union should be reformed to 'operate with the flexibility of a network, not the rigidity of a bloc.'
Tourists have been defacing the barricade-turned-attraction with graffiti and stealing chunks of the wall. But instances of visitors putting historical sites at risk is not new.
A collaboration between Catholic churches and police officers holds promise for British efforts to combat trafficking, and is being adopted in other countries. Part 3 in a series on solutions to freeing victims of labor trafficking around the globe.
The Law & Justice party, which won Sunday's election, is decidedly more hostile to its neighbors to the west and east.
Ireland's economy is showing growth, but those born on the Emerald Isle still leave in greater numbers than they return to it.
Joe Howson's eight-room exhibit is designed to place visitors in the shoes of those seeking asylum in Europe.
In the first joint French-German address to the European Parliament since 1989, the two leaders argued that to shy from the EU project now would mean 'the end of Europe, our demise.'
Volkswagen is a de facto German national icon, and so its deception is forcing Germans to rethink their most basic assumptions about their country.
Estonia's new Russian-language channel, ETV+, launches Monday. It is one of many projects across Europe meant to counter the Kremlin's own media blitz.
Europe is trying to fast-track asylum processing for Syrians. But that could leave other equally persecuted refugees tarred as 'bad' or 'lesser.'
The German chancellor is earning plaudits from Europeans for her embrace of migrants. But at home, some see her as making a rare mistake.
Former Prime Minister Tsipras is now seen as one who could offer Greece the stability it needs to move beyond its political and financial crises.
The decision of Germany and several other countries to close their borders to migrants has prompted dire prophecies for Europe's borderless travel policies.
Germany has thrown open its doors to asylum seekers like never before. And it's thinking about what it can – and can't – do to make that welcome last.
Though refugees are genuinely welcomed by many in Europe, there is a strong undercurrent against open-door policies, even in Germany.
A mysterious train loaded with stolen Nazi treasures has purportedly been found in Wałbrzych, Poland. Whether or not the discovery pans out, it has fired up local treasure hunters and skeptics alike.
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