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Officials in Bulgaria said the man arrested in connection to Friday's shootings visited the country last year.
Spectacular judo and great groundwork on Day 2 of the Ekaterinburg Grand Slam as Russia's first gold of the tournament thrills an ecstatic home crowd
The 50th victim was located inside one of the two mosques involved in the attacks, New Zealand's police commissioner said.
Analysis: Manafort may be relying on the president to issue a pardon. If he is, he should refocus his energies.
We have lectured other countries that the best way to limit violent radicalism is to attack its funding. It's time to take our own advice.
Thousands of pro-Catalan independence supporters marched in Spain's capital over the trial of 12 separatist leaders who face prison sentences for their role in the failed independence bid.
An emotional Haka was performed on Saturday outside the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, where 41 died in Friday's attack on two of the city's mosques.
Police fired tear gas and water cannons as the yellw vest protests
turned violent again after weeks of relative calm and declining numbers of participants.
Michael White was convicted on charges of insulting Iran's supreme leader and posting private information, his lawyer said.
Italian magistrates said on Friday they had opened an investigation into possible murder after the mysterious death of a Moroccan model who was a regular guest at former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's "bunga bunga" parties.
Nigel Farage, a key figure in the UK's campaign to leave the EU joined protesters on Saturday for a 270-mile march over what they say is a Brexit betrayal.
Albanian police have fired tear gas and used water cannon in an effort to disperse protesters trying to break into parliament.
Polls opened in Slovakia on Saturday to elect a new President. A vocal government critic is on course to win after the murder of an investigative journalist last year dealt a blow to the current governing party.
We went on an extreme expedition to one of the northernmost corners of Europe to find some answers.
Voters have had enough of the ruling Smer party and just last year there mass protests broke out after a journalist was assassinated.
France's Gilets Jaunes take to the streets for 18th consecutive weekend as President Emmanuel Macron wrapped up his Grand Debat on Friday.
Abdul Aziz, 48, didn't run or hide when the Christchurch shooter approached the Linwood mosque where he was praying with his sons. Instead, he went out and faced him.
Australian senator Fraser Anning had an egg cracked on his head by a teenager over his controversial comments on the New Zealand mosque shootings.
Behind the scenes with NBC's chief White House correspondent.
On Friday one businessman in the north-eastern city of Suceava staged his own symbolic protest - the local mayor officially opened a metre long "motorway" on his own land.
Environmental-friendly farms and luxury resorts are popping up in one of the most unspoiled corners of the Italian countryside
The increasingly popular prescription for a Supreme Court and Senate weighted against progressive wins: use controversial procedural changes to level the playing field.
Sen. Fraser Anning came under blistering criticism over tweets on Friday including one that said: "Does anyone still dispute the link between Muslim immigration and violence?"
Families from Islamic State are surrendering in refugee camps in Syria and Iraq. These families are not wanted by the world; many are not even seen as human. But should innocent children pay the price for their parents actions?
New Zealanders were not the only ones paying tribute to the victims of Friday's mosque shootings. Social media was also overflowing with messages of solidarity for the country.
US President uses his veto for the first time after 12 Republicans join Democrats to oppose him
We checked in the luxury private island resort rebuilding the Caribbean’s coral reefs
Analysis: For a president eager to campaign against Washington, say some observers, a GOP split isn't all bad.