International experts suspect that the country's satellite rocket launches are meant to disguise ballistic missile tests banned by UN sanctions.
European Council President Donald Tusk released a letter Tuesday outlining draft proposals to address British concerns and keep it in the European Union. Is it enough?
Dutch police have been working with a company that trains birds of prey to test whether eagles can use their powerful talons to take down drones.
Emilia Kamvisi and Stratis Valiamos symbolically show the best responses Greeks have made toward a huge influx of refugees.
Some 15 million people worldwide are denied basic rights because they lack legal nationality. Thailand, which has one of the world's largest stateless populations, is trying to tackle the problem.
In the wake of European terror attacks and the ongoing refugee crisis, many Germans are backing away from staunch opposition to their country's close cooperation with US spy agencies. Now, Germans are willing to accept a more reasonable balance between security and privacy.
For the first time, the EU's criminal intelligence agency has put a number to young refugees missing over the past 18 to 24 months.
The Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music, which includes musicians from different perspectives of Syria's war, will perform June 25, showing 'another side to the Syrian story.'
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet approved of a plan to create a mix-gender plaza at the Western Wall, the holiest Jewish site for prayer.
When it comes to a universal base income in Switzerland, academics are for it and politicians are against it. But in June, it will be up to the Swiss public.
Turkey's government Saturday warned Russia that it would 'endure the consequences' if Moscow continued to send jets into its airspace, while Russia denied any infringement.