When a German newspaper group cancelled its DPA wire service subscription, a fresh debate was sparked over government subsidies of the news media.
The former detainees, including Uighurs released to Albania, say they are eager to put "terrorist" label behind them.
Closing a corporate tax loophole could yield $60 billion for the US, but it threatens to undermine an already weak Irish economy.
At conference in Siberia, leaders of Russia, China, India, and Iran float idea of new 'supranational' currency. China offers $10 billion to neighbors.
The oil-rich nation believes a half-mile thick rock formation could store the next 600 years, or so, of CO2 emissions from Europe. Some say the science is not so clear.
In a country hit hard by economic downturn, the industry is expected to double to $1.5 billion this year.
Talent shows find "ugly ducklings" and turn them into record sales
'Lapistan,' where NATO is conducting war games, is fictional. But the exercises are testing real-life relations with the Russians as well as the indigenous Sami people.
On his recent European tour, Tibet's exiled leader preached compassion, but expressed frustration over 'lies and hypocrisy' from Beijing
Summer bookings have dropped across Europe as travelers head to cheaper spots.
The prime minister is fighting to win over rebels in his Labour Party after it suffered its worst results in a century.
Young voters gave a seat in EU parliament to new party that campaigned to loosen copyright laws.
A record low turnout of only 43 percent of 375 million eligible voters pointed to skepticism about a more integrated Europe.
Veterans still make their way back - and the locals still thank them for their role in a decisive battle for the Continent.
The president visits the city that bore some of World War II’s heaviest damage, as well as the death camp.
Britain's Gordon Brown could fall, while Dutch populist Geert Wilders's anti-Islam stand finds new appeal.
The new party is fielding 600 candidates in two dozen countries. Will EU reform resonate with recession-weary voters?
As the frequency of attacks rises, so, too, does cost of coverage for vessels plying pirate-infested waters.
Gardens and kids' bikes are small signs of an effort to create some normalcy in one of more than 170 encampments that house residents of L'Aquila, badly damaged by an April 6 quake.
The protests that blocked classes at dozens of colleges ended up underscoring the need for reform in a university system that the government says is outmoded and underperforming.