'It's 2017 – something like this simply should not happen in the United States,' player Andrea Petkovic said, after now-banned lyrics associated with the Nazi era were played before her quarterfinal match.
A special assembly elected the popular politician, who says he rejects those who seek to 'make politics with fear.'
The British government plans to admit far fewer children than the supporters of a landmark immigration law had hoped. Home Secretary Amber Rudd argued that the rule acted as a draw, encouraging children to make the dangerous journey.
The wall may reflect changes in the fabric of Parisian life following terrorist attacks, as officials beef up security and police powers.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has been criticized at home for her 'open door' policy for refugees. But with elections looming on the horizon, Merkel's administration is announcing plans to step up deportations and clear out a large backlog of asylum cases.
A recent survey asked Europeans from ten different countries whether they agreed with the statement 'All further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.'
John Bercow, the Speaker of the lower house, said Monday that he opposes US President Trump addressing Parliament during a state visit.
Britain celebrated its monarch's Sapphire Jubilee on Monday, marking the 65th anniversary of the Queen's ascension to the throne. The Queen herself, however, didn't mark the day with a public event.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen attacked both Islamic fundamentalism and globalization in her formal announcement for France's presidency on Sunday.
Hou Yifan, the world’s top female chess player, walked out on her final match at the Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival.
Shoppers took to social media at signs of the '#vegcrisis,' after bad weather in southern European sharply diminished the supply of greens.
A surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine over recent days has led to the highest death toll in weeks.
Polish historians say they have compiled the most complete list of Nazi SS commanders and guards at Auschwitz, with the aim of bringing justice.
Benoît Hamon, who rose from political obscurity on a guaranteed basic income proposal, will be the Socialist Party candidate in France's upcoming presidential election.