The new party is fielding 600 candidates in two dozen countries. Will EU reform resonate with recession-weary voters?
The economy is in tatters, he's been accused of having an affair with a teenager, and his wife announced her intentions to divorce in a newspaper, but Berlusconi's popularity remains strong.
In an interview, Macedonia's new president, Gjorge Ivanov, says he hopes to resolve a long-simmering name dispute with Greece.
Prince Emmanuel Filiberto of Savoy hopes his recent win in Italy's 'Dancing With the Stars' will ignite a political career in his homeland.
The public is paying for everything from cleaning moats to changing light bulbs. Amid the fury, support for Gordon Brown's party is at its lowest in 65 years.
China wants Adil Hakimjan, who was granted political asylum, back. Sweden is now considering reversing his asylum.
Millions continue to use the filesharing service as verdict is appealed. Access to the site remains open and the Pirate political party has seen a surge of support.
In Prague speech Sunday, the US president talked about Iran, North Korea, Russia, and how to stop the spread of nuclear weapons.