Swedish prosecutors have confirmed that they will interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the Ecuadorean embassy about a 2010 rape allegation.
Montenegro's chief special prosecutor said Sunday that Russian nationalists were behind a coup attempt and a plot to kill the country's prime minister because of his government’s bid to join NATO.
France has been stepping up its enforced secularism amid fears of Muslim immigration and terrorism, but that seems to be stirring more expression of religion in the workplace.
The annual Million Mask March organized by activist collective Anonymous UK is set to begin Saturday night with some 20,000 people expected to take to the streets.
By adopting environmentally friendly policies and promoting organic ventures, the village of St.-Pierre-de-Frugie has lured urbanites back to the countryside, reversing the trend of last century.
Geert Wilders, the Dutch lawmaker who has opposed what he views as the Islamization of his country, has refused to attend the opening of his hate-speech trial.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a fatal stabbing that left one Hamburg teen dead earlier this month. Links between the group and the attack aren't entirely clear, but have stoked fears of lone-wolf terrorism.
The anti-establishment party lost some appeal as some Icelanders wondered if the Pirates were ready to lead the Scandinavian country.
A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck Italy on Sunday morning, the worst to hit the country in more than three decades.
The British economy has grown faster than expected between July and September, despite uncertainty about what effects Brexit would have on the country's businesses.
Strong earthquakes caused injuries and widespread damage, but no fatalities, in central Italy overnight Wednesday.