Heavy rains and swollen rivers this week caused some of the worst floods to hit Germany and the Czech Republic in years. At least 10 people are dead and the...
King Willem-Alexander is the first Dutch king for 123 years and, at 46, the youngest in Europe
He was born Dawid Szymin in Warsaw in 1911, and would later anglicize his name to David Seymour, but for generations of photojournalism aficionados and history...
The President makes a surprise stop in Iraq after visiting five other countries
Southern Europe is in the grip of a devastating heatwave which has claimed many lives. TIME takes a journey through the region.
Stopping the spread of foot-and-mouth disease
More than 200 people have died as a result of freezing temperatures across the continent
Greece, Italy and Spain are just beginning to grapple with large numbers of migrants. So far, they're failing.
TIME photographer Callie Shell gets a glimpse behind the protocol curtain as the President visits Turkey
The Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch journeys through London and Paris, to fanfares and fireworks — and anti-Chinese/pro-Tibet protests.
TIME photographer Christopher Morris documents a White House expedition on the continent.
Scenes from the President's May 2011 tour abroad
The first of Galileo global positioning satellites is launched atop a Soyuz rocket from Baikonur
Starting in France and Britain, strikes and protests sweep the continent