The French Parliament overwhelmingly support continuing airstrikes in Syria against the Islamic State group that claimed responsibility for the Nov. 13 attacks that killed 130 people in Paris
While the Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris spurred several European nations to slam their doors to Syrian refugees, Finland has stuck to its calm and collected welcome.
The threat of terrorism largely shut down Brussels for four days. Some are bracing for a political backlash over whether the city gave up too much for too little gain.
Vatican watchers say that the pope's efforts to change the Catholic Church and its institutions are meeting resistance – a sign of how significant the reforms really are.
The church fully supports the Kremlin's decision to intervene in Syria, both as a 'war on terrorism' and to protect Middle Eastern Christians it sees as its responsibility.
The discovery was made near where a cellphone allegedly used by wanted terror suspect Salah Abdeslam was detected Nov. 13.
Despite President Hollande's firm stance, Marine Le Pen's National Front is looking to capitalize on voters' fears in regional elections in early December.
Despite the return to power of a historically anti-Germany party in Poland, the integration of sister cities of Frankfurt and Słubice bodes well for continued strong ties across their shared border.
Even as some confront a backlash, Muslims are noting a sense of belonging – feeling part of a society that is mourning collectively and standing behind the French government in bringing attackers to justice.
French authorities say Abdelhamid Abaaoud was one of two people killed during a police operation on an apartment building in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis on Wednesday.
Almost one in every 2,000 Lithuanians kill themselves each year, and no one is sure quite why.
Four Balkan nations shut their borders Thursday to migrants who are not coming from war-torn countries such as Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq.
Just days after several restaurants came under attack by radical gunmen, French diners made a point of eating out en masse to return to a sense of normality.
The Kremlin confirmed that the Russian jetliner destroyed last month, killing 224, was felled by a bomb. History indicates that Russians will stand behind Putin against terrorism.
French police on Tuesday hunted for a second fugitive who they believe escaped following the coordinated attacks in Paris on Nov. 13.
Conservative leaders across Europe have increased their calls for rolling up the welcome mat to migrants and refugees in the aftermath of the attacks.
News that at least one Syrian migrant may have been involved in the attacks has residents at this ad hoc refugee camp worried they may be deported. This weekend, many offered prayers for the victims.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5, reports the USGS, hit just off the coast of western Greece on Tuesday morning, and killed two people while damaging the nation's roads and harbors.
The sites attacked by terrorists on Friday are predominantly the playground of Paris's young and hip. Now, many young people are grappling with how they ended up targets.
The West and Russia are closer than ever to agreeing to implementing a peaceful end to Syria's civil war. But key differences remain, including over the future of Bashar al-Assad.
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