Hopes and fears over CETA, May continues her European tour but there is trouble back home and a worldwide protest about Ukraine makes its mark in Europe.
Observers of the US presidential election race could be forgiven for thinking that all domestic and global issues have been completely sidelined.
Hurricane Nicole has been battering Bermuda.
Australia’s Tyler Wright won the women’s World Surf League season-long title this week following a second placed finish at the Roxy Pro France.
The region of southern Belgium could block the accord, which requires unanimous support from member states before it can be written into EU law.
The first group among hundreds of children Britain has agreed to accept from the Calais migrant camp have travelled to London.
Germany's highest court rejects an emergency appeal to block the EU-Canada trade deal.
The Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse is staging a new version of "Béatrice et Bénédict," Berlioz's last opera, directly inspired by Shakespeare's play "Much Ado About Nothing."
German officials are under fire over the suicide of Syrian terror suspect Jaber Albakr, whose death deprives authorities of precious information.
Experts from the EU and EFTA (European Free Trade Association) are meeting in the Greek capital to prepare for a potential major attack.
Should Britain's government take decisions unilaterally on the process to take the UK out of the EU? Or should Parliament have a vote? A court will decide.
The Tyson Fury saga took another twist this week when the British boxer announced he would be vacating his WBO and WBA titles in order to focus on mental health…
She’s being hailed as the new voice of jazz.
Real Madrid entertained Olympiacos Piraeus in the Spanish capital on Wednesday night to kick-start the new EuroLeague season.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is part of a strategy to ensure that Scotland's voice is heard in the negotiations to take Britain out of the European Union.
Snapchat has moved closer to an initial public offering of shares having reportedly chosen Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to run the sale.
French far right leader Marine Le Pen is given the comic book treatment by a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who explores the “dark side” of the woman who could make it to make it to the second round of Fran
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