Following his exit from the Trump White House, Steve Bannon is heading to Europe to forge a coalition among Europe's right-wing to take control of the European Parliament and challenge the future of the EU.
Preliminary elections results from Sweden show no single party winning a majority, making it unclear who will govern the country. Meanwhile, the far-right Sweden Democrats won more than 17 percent of the vote, an increase from the 13 percent it gained four years earlier.
Transgender students around the world are struggling to receive an education amid a backdrop of bullying and misunderstanding. While some schools choose to accommodate these pupils through updated policies, such as gender-neutral bathrooms, others refuse to adapt.
Negative stereotypes abound of how women are treated under Islam. But there's a new movement of women-led mosques who are challenging this, and making both Muslims and non-Muslims think differently about the faith.
After months of mystery and diplomatic rancor – Britain now claims to have identified those responsible for the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter last March. While Russia denies any involvement, the indictment marks a first step toward transparency.
Sunday's general election will be the latest test for European populist far-right forces. Some voters are turning to the Sweden Democrats, which has its roots in a neo-Nazi movement, because of worries that Muslim immigrants threaten Sweden's egalitarian ethos.
The government is preparing for all scenarios if Britain leaves the European Union in seven months without a deal. The plan reveals the scope of potential disruption to the British economy and daily life.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet Saturday to discuss worries about President Trump's foreign relations strategy as well as Syria's civil war, the conflict in Ukraine, and a gas pipeline – criticized by Mr. Trump as Russian control over Germany.
While investigators don't yet know why the Morandi Bridge in the Italian city of Genoa collapsed on Tuesday, killing at least 39 people, the disaster brings to the fore issues with aging bridges.
Kosovo – which is not recognized by nations including Serbia and Russia – is calling to "correct" its border with Serbia, incorporating part of Serbia. The Balkan nations have made little progress on normalizing relations since agreeing to do so in 2013 as a prerequisite for EU membership.
Within three days, 16 migrant laborers were killed in two separate car crashes while returning home from grueling harvesting jobs in Italy's tomato fields. The tragic accidents have shed light on the perils migrants face while employed by Italy's farming industry.