Feminist advocates differ on the best way to protect female sex workers. A number of European countries and Canada have passed – or are considering – new laws.
Prime Minister Orban has vowed that a wall across the 106-mile border with Serbia will be finished by August. Will it work?
In his inauguration speech, Duda, now the supreme commander of Poland's armed forces, said his chief concern was for the nation's security in the face of a resurgent Russia.
London underground rail workers walked off the job on Thursday amid a dispute about how to implement a new 24-hour service on weekends.
France, known for being deliberate in air safety investigations, is taking the lead on identifying suspected Flight MH370 debris that washed up on Reunion Island, French territory.
Russia submitted a claim to the UN this week of territory that may hold 5 billion tons of untapped oil and natural gas. But the move is not just about resources.
Horror over the Greek crisis is fueling left-of-center British euroskepticism – for decades largely the preserve of Conservatives. A referendum on the EU has been promised for next year.
Investigators confirmed on Wednesday that a Boeing 777 wing segment discovered in the Indian Ocean island of Reunion is from the missing Flight MH370.
Some critics of tightening restrictions worry that others in Europe will take inspiration from the Danish example.
French and Malaysian experts on Wednesday began examining an airplane wing fragment that could be from the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished more than a year ago with 239 people aboard.
Public support for allowing migrants from Calais to enter is very low.
Top-ranked Inbee Park won the Women's British Open in the final round Sunday. With her victory, Park became the seventh female player to win four different majors.
Officials hope to have at least some answers within a day or two.
In September, Parisians will get to vote directly on how to spend 75 million euros of the city budget, in a bid to tap citizens' knowledge of what their city needs.
The economic crisis in Greece has left hospitals and other healthcare providers underfinanced and understaffed, forcing the ill to rely on friends and volunteers to stay well.
The vote could precede an extraordinary party congress in September, when the Greek government hopes to have concluded the rescue agreement, strengthening Tsipras' hold on power.
Russia vetoed a proposal from the UN that would set up an international criminal court to prosecute the people responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine last year.
The spike in migrants attempting to cross the Channel tunnel into Britain isn't just rattling Paris and London. It's also brought the business of people smuggling, and crime more generally, into the local community.
Roughly 3 percent of Greece's population, mostly skilled labor, have emigrated seeking economic opportunity since 2010. Anecdotal evidence indicates the trend is accelerating.
Submarine wreck: Sweden naval officials say that the sunken Russian sub probably dates from 1916.
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