The manhunt continues for the perpetrator who drove a freight truck through a crowded Christmas market on Monday evening. Authorities are chasing a suspect after finding an identity document in the truck.
Under the new rule, the government could prohibit counter-demonstrations within 100 meters of a rally authorities deem to be of national importance.
Switzerland's national rail company has begun regular service through the Gotthard Base Tunnel, which at 35.4-miles is the world's longest railway tunnel.
Christine Lagarde, who has managed the International Monetary Fund since 2011, faces accusations of negligence after France's government handed $425 million to a business magnate with ties to the president in 2008.
The second report from the World Anti-Doping Agency found evidence of an 'institutionalized and disciplined medal-winning strategy and conspiracy,' according to its lead investigator.
A panel of judges found Dutch far-right populist leader Geert Wilders guilty of inciting discrimination in a speech he made against Moroccans in the Netherlands.
Assailed first by a debt crisis, then acting as a front line in Europe’s migrant crisis, Greece has had an extremely difficult few years. Yet it has avoided civil conflict and has remained in the eurozone, contrary to many expectations.