Following success in the recent parliamentary elections, a Finnish MP said he would push to make Scotland an observing member of the Nordic Council, but is there any substance to the initiative?
A woman stabbed a police officer at her home in Bordeaux on Monday and then was shot and injured by another official.
The Colonial Pipeline will not be able to resume full operations for several days due to the ransomware attack.
Queen Elizabeth II has formally opened the UK parliament but without the usual pomp and ceremony
China's population is growing at such a slow rate that it is prompting fears of an increasingly dependent population with fewer people available to work.
Following controversy over lack of diversity the Golden Globe Awards won't be aired by major TV network NBC in 2022
A safari park in eastern China has faced strong public criticism for concealing the escape of three leopards.
President Klaus Iohannis says that Moscow's recent military actions on the Ukrainian border have highlighted the need for Eastern Europe to remain vigilant.
Scenes of revelers partying in mass over the past weekend, in many cases without social distancing or masks, have infuriated many, including health workers, and created a new political quarrel.
UEFA wants its sponsors, guests and media representatives to be excepted from quarantine restrictions - otherwise, the all-English final could be played in Portugal.
Three Portuguese border police officers sentenced to prison for beating a Ukrainian man to death at Lisbon airport in March 2020.
Global Conversation interviews Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama ahead of the State of the Union conference in Florence and discusses the country's ongoing efforts to join the European Union.
Michel Fourniret, one of France's most notorious serial killers, died in a hospital jail.
A 6-year old was killed on Wednesday evening in a rocket strike on an apartment building in the Israeli city of Sderot, becoming the latest victim of the recent flare-up in violence.
A recent survey shows Romanians are the least inclined to be vaccinated among the EU’s eastern members
Primary and junior high schools in Greece have been able to reopen for in-person schooling for the first time in months.
NGOs have described the competition as a "Contest of Shame" and published photos that they say "reflect the reality of the situation"
A 23-year-old woman in Tuscany remains under observation after she was mistakenly given an entire vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine - equivalent to six doses.
Britain's parliamentary watchdog has announced that it is investigating Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the funding of a luxury holiday he took in 2019.
Five migrants have drowned when a vessel, carrying at least 45 people and heading for Europe, capsized off Libya.