The E.U.’s reluctance to help migrants crossing the Mediterranean betrays the organization’s values
Yes, it's what you think it is. And health authorities hope it will help patients with a common hospital-acquired bacterial infection
As Scotland votes for independence, a look at the shifting lines that have divided the region's countries sine 1900
Several questions remained about how he intends to deal with the multiple foreign policy crises facing his administration
Anti-E.U. populists may have scored big at the ballot box, but they’re wrong on foreign policy
Although mainstream parties remain in control, significant gains made by Euroskeptic and anti-immigrant party wins in last week's elections to the European...
Between avoiding a Russian invasion, handling Western creditors and appeasing an electorate still high on revolution, a lot is at stake for the new President of...
Some 400 African migrants are estimated to have successfully scaled a border fence between Morocco and the Spanish territory of Melilla on Wednesday, crossing...
Individuals in Europe hoping to have search results deleted have sent Google an average of 10,000 requests per day, or one every 7 seconds
The FDA promises new rules for electronic cigarettes are coming soon
From Portugal to Greece, activists and workers furious with the new conditions of austerity governments are imposing on their societies took to the streets in...
The new rules will curb commodity speculation and regulate new high-frequency trading technologies
The E.U. is hoping to restore full bilateral ties with the communist-led island
European leaders agreed on a plan to lay undersea communications cables between Brazil and the E.U.
New index only places two non-European countries among top ten
Will be able to use 3G and 4G above 9,840 feet
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus was last European territory to outlaw homosexual acts
A rash of high-profile skiing accidents in Europe led one Italian newspaper to brand the holiday season "a massacre"
Archaic laws complicate the return of looted works of art to their rightful owners.
AIDS cases up 113% Since 2012 in Eastern Europe