Three years after Ilmars Poikans embarrassed Latvian authorities by publishing their high salaries at a time of large cuts to government services, prosecutors have brought new charges against the 'virtual Robin Hood.'
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that, due to the EU's decision to permit arms sales to rebels, the Kremlin may 'revise' its vow not to sell the Syrian government 'offensive' weapons.
In the UK, a debate is raging over whether the government should introduce press controls and make it easier to snoop on individuals, or if that would do more harm than good.
European leaders warned on Tuesday that the continent's youth unemployment is reaching critical levels, and the German-backed plan to help puts a new focus on stimulus.
The European Commission on Wednesday eased its deficit targets for Europe's recession-stricken states, suggesting that Brussels feels the continent's debt crisis is under control.
As protests against President Hollande and France's new gay marriage law roil France, some draw parallels with the protests 45 years ago that nearly toppled Charles de Gaulle.
The deadly collapse of a Bangladesh garment factory has galvanized European firms to try and improve working conditions, but US companies have been slower to respond. Why?
Slovenian Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek has spent the first two months of her term trying to stave off a bailout. She may learn her country's fate on Wednesday.
Six days of rioting across Sweden last week have laid bare the social isolation growing in some of Stockholm's suburbs. But Swedes are divided over the root cause.
After the EU ended an arms embargo - which could see France and the UK arm Syrian rebels - Russia vowed to deliver the S-300 advanced missile defense system to the Assad regime.
The EU's agreement to not renew its embargo against sending arms to Syria belies divisions among members over how to handle the country's ongoing civil war.
Budapest's Teleki Square synagogue has survived two World Wars, the rise of the 'anti-Zionist' Jobbik party, and rotting fixtures – and is now part of a resurgent Jewish community.
The suspected killers of a British soldier in London this week claimed to have acted in response to the West's 'war on Islam' – raising concerns that their view is shared by more European Muslims.
As global warming accelerates, the life span of Arctic ice floes is decreasing, shocking Russian scientists who base their 'drifting' research stations there.
Amid a perceived triple threat of left-wing protestors, Islamist terrorists, and dissident republican paramilitaries, Northern Ireland is doubling its police force and preparing drones for the summit.
Reports say the suspects in yesterday's butchering of a British soldier have Nigerian ancestry. However, they appeared to be driven by UK involvement in other Muslim nations.
The French Parliament is considering a new bill that would allow university science classes to be taught in English. Politicians and academics across the spectrum are upset.
Prime Minister David Cameron's right flank is being exposed by a surging United Kingdom Independent Party demanding lower taxes - and a British withdrawal from the European Union.
Greece is rolling out the red carpet for Chinese investors as a means of stabilizing its shaky economy.
Big technology companies like Apple and Google are feeling heat on both sides of the Atlantic over their use of Irish corporate-friendly tax policies to pay little, if any tax.