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.
In an interview published Wednesday, Pope Francis takes on fake news, calling the spread of disinformation or 'communicating ugly things' a sin and referring to it as the biggest damage media can do.
Prime Minister Renzi resigned after Italians rejected his constitutional reforms. Experts attribute that in part to Donald Trump's election – which could upend elections in France, Germany, and the Netherlands next.
Britain's highest judicial body will decide whether the government can trigger the process to separate from the European Union without parliament's approval.
Moderate Alexander Van der Bellen soundly defeated his right-wing rival, Norbert Hofer, on Sunday in the vote for Austria's presidency.