Albanian police and demonstrators clashed outside the parliament in Tirana during the election of the new prosecutor.
A group of 21 teenagers argues the Trump administration's lack of action to prevent global warming violates their constitutional right to life.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has denied any wrongdoing and called the allegations politically motivated.
He's the first senior White House official to cooperate in the special counsel's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election.
Unless governments in the Western Balkans, and their EU and US partners, redouble their efforts to bring those responsible for wartime crimes to justice, there is a danger that history will repeat itself, writes Lydia Gall
The inquiry is focusing on whether someone helped former military commander Slobodan Praljak obtain the poison he swallowed in front of the Hague tribunal.
Husband of jailed British-Iranian charity worker says legal action is planned in Tehran over new claims broadcast on state TV
Husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says he’s attempting to go to Tehran urgently for a new court date on December 10
Euronews spoke to Romania's anti-corruption chief Laura Kovesi about her efforts to stamp out graft in the country
Relatives of the 8,000 Bosnian Muslim victims of the 1995 massacre erupted into cheers when the ex-Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic was sentenced to life in prison.
A protest has taken place outside immigration offices in New York to support an undocumented father-of-two facing deportation
'The boss is in charge until his death.' Italy's National Antimafia Prosecutor speaks to euronews about the death of Salvatore Riina.
A Paris court ordered Roselyne Bachelot to pay 12,000 euros after falsely claiming the tennis star had hidden a positive drugs test.
UK denies any link between action to pay debt to Iran and efforts to secure the release of a British-Iranian national.
Prime Minister Hun Sen now looks set to extend more than three decades in power in elections next year
Convicted murderer Charles Manson is reportedly seriously ill in hospital. The 83-year-old has been transported from a prison in the US state of
At what age is sex with a child assumed nonconsensual, if at all, in different European countries?
The crew of a French-run plane were held for 48 hours by police in Buenos Aires after the daughter of a former Argentine minister complained a fellow passenger masturbated next to her, according to a source close to the investigation
Effort was made to gather evidence of Communist beliefs and sexual impropriety to discredit Civil Rights leader.
Jailed Catalonia leader Santi Vila walks free from prison after paying bail of 50,000 euros. Vila was among nine Catalan leaders ordered to be held in custody on Thursday.
Nine members of the former Catalan administration testified on charges of sedition, rebellion and misuse of public funds
Catalan's ousted leader Carles Puigdemont will reportedly ignore a court order to return to Spain to answer charges over the region's push for independence, according to his Belgiun lawyer.
"It is a tough game, politics. You take the hits and the sacrifices," Barnaby Joyce told reporters
Paris Saint Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi was interrogated for hours by Swiss prosectors investigating the sale of World Cup media rights
The two women say they thought they were carrying out a prank for a reality show when they approached the North Korean leader's half-brother at Kuala Lumpur's international airport last February.
The appeal court judge suggested an abused women deserved to be punished for adultery