Ukraine’s Orthodox parishes are being riven as they decide whether to retain a traditional affiliation with Moscow or join a new national church.
The Notre Dame fire is a major cultural loss for Paris. But communities around the world, from Warsaw to New York, show that recovery is possible.
The Notre Dame cathedral in Paris lost its spire and roof to a fire on Monday, but firefighters were able to put out the blaze after 12 hours, sparing the iconic twin bell towers and other treasures within the nearly 900-year-old structure.
Ukraine’s right-wing groups like Right Sector and the National Corps pose a danger to the country’s still unstable democracy.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
A nonprofit in Spain matches owners willing to discount the rent with tenants in need of affordable housing, who help with maintenance and repair.
As Brexit nears, Labour and the Tories are both finding party matters are derailing their focus on getting the U.K. out of the European Union.
President Donald Trump has taken credit for increased spending by U.S. NATO allies. But spending by the 29 countries has actually been rising since 2014 – before he took office.
Political newcomer Volodymyr Zelenskiy, known for his role in a TV sitcom, pulled ahead of 38 rivals in the presidential election's first round, according to early results. Sunday's voting seemed to reflect Ukrainians' desire for new blood in a political system mired in corruption.
As Ireland copes with an increasing rate of homelessness, a tour company is employing those affected by it, creating jobs and giving visitors a unique view of Dublin.
The EU said the latest rejection of the divorce terms made no-deal Brexit "a likely scenario," as Britain has two weeks left to scramble for a consensus. Lawmakers who favor a "soft Brexit" plan to hold votes Monday in an attempt to find a plan with majority support.
Ukraine’s next president will face many issues, but perhaps the largest problem he or she will have to solve is the country’s endemic corruption.
Ukraine goes to the polls on Sunday to vote in the first round of its presidential election, but the field of 39 candidates remains wide open.
Brexit supporters use a lot of rhetoric that invokes World War II. But the “Blitz spirit” they cite offers a narrow view of history.