A suspected member of a disbanded terror cell in Spain says the group planned huge bombing attacks in Barcelona.
Moscow and Beijing have reacted strongly to Washington's new sanctions targeting Chinese and Russian entities for doing business with North Korea.
About one in four people in Britain who voted for Brexit believe they were misled by the Leave campaign, a new poll shows.
Moscow is set to sell Jakarta nearly a dozen Sukhoi fighter jets in exchange for cash and commodities, Indonesian officials say.
The men are the last survivors of a 12-member terror cell suspected to be behind two deadly terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.
Moscow appoints Deputy FM Anatoly Antonov as its new envoy to Washington amid a simmering diplomatic standoff.
A magnitude-4.0 earthquake jolts the Italian island of Ischia, causing destruction that left two people dead.
A woman’s torso is found on a shore in southern Copenhagen, hours after a Danish inventor held over the case of a missing journalist said she had died on board his home-made submarine.
Daesh terrorists are gathering in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr province for their last stand, says the Russian Defense Ministry.
Spanish police confirm the death of a van driver that killed 13 people in Barcelona last week.
Serbia recalls its embassy staff from Macedonia amid reports that Skopje was joining diplomatic efforts to secure Kosovo's UNESCO membership.
Russia's Lavrov criticizes a US decision to scale back its visa services in Russia.
The US embassy in Moscow will suspend issuing nonimmigrant visas for nine days and will stop visa operations at the US consulates indefinitely.
A vehicle has barreled into two bus shelters, leaving a woman dead. Police say the driver's motive remains unknown.
German police confirm multiple injuries after a smoke grenade goes off at a gathering of Iraqi Kurds in the capital.
Moroccan national Younes Abouyaaqoub is believed to be the driver of a van involved in a bloody attack in Barcelona, Catalonia says.
The European Commission president says the 28-nation bloc cannot continue to resort to Washington when it comes to its defense issues.
The top Austrian diplomat warns the Turkish president against interference in European Union elections.
Britain’s Brexit minister has urged the EU to shift the focus of Brexit negotiations away from the terms of divorce and onto their future relationship.
Spanish police say they had uncovered a cache of 120 gas canisters at a house believed to be the bomb-making factory of suspects in terror attacks that claimed 14 lives.
Madrid says it has busted an extremist cell involved in the recent terrorist attacks in Catalonia, which were claimed by the Takfiri Daesh group.
Pro-Nazi extremists and their anti-fascist opponents hold rival rallies in Berlin on the death anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess.
A man stabbed eight people in Russia’s central Khanty-Mansi autonomous region on Saturday before being shot dead by police.
Russian says it is making preparations along with Iran, Turkey, and the Syrian government and opposition for a next round of high-level peace talks in Astana.
A small group of far-right anti-Islam demonstrators scuffle with a group of counter-protesters in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
The Spanish police say the Barcelona van attacker may still be alive and at large.
The stabbing took place in the city of Turku in western Finland.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) warned Spanish police months ago of a possible terror attack in Barcelona, a new report says.
Police say the perpetrators of Spain's twin attacks were preparing themselves for a bigger attack, but failed due to an unexpected blast.
Vladimir Putin says the international community needs to join forces in the fight against terror.
The British government plans to keep visa-free travel to the UK for EU visitors after Brexit.
A van plows into dozens of people in the center of the Spanish city of Barcelona, killing over a dozen people and injuring many.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has reached out to young voters on YouTube ahead of September 24 elections.
The new US sanctions against Iran over its missile program are “illegitimate” and endanger the 2015 nuclear deal with the P5+1group of countries, Russia's Lavrov says.
Thirteen people were crushed to death and 49 injured when a 200-year-old oak tree fell on them at a religious festival on the Portuguese island of Madeira.
Around 3,000 firefighters have tried to battle over 150 wildfires raging across Portugal.
The Russian security forces arrest an alleged Ukrainian agent who was planning acts of sabotage in Crimea.
Rome says its ambassador will return to Cairo following a standoff over the suspicious death of an Italian graduate student.
Britain could seek a temporary customs union with the European Union after Brexit, the UK government said Tuesday.
A senior Russian official says Washington should withdraw its forces from Afghanistan as it has failed in its so-called war on terror.
Powerful Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar holds talks with Russian foreign and defense ministers during a visit to Moscow.
After being briefed on a plan to fire missiles near the US Pacific territory, Kim Jong-un decides to delay the strike and keep monitoring Americans' "foolish conduct."
A man deliberately rammed his car into a pizzeria on the outskirts of the French capital, killing a teenage girl and seriously wounding four others.
Ukraine denies that it has ever supplied defense technology to North Korea.
Greek firefighters are struggling to bring under control a large wildfire near Athens.
Russia arrests 4 people in connection to a Daesh-led plot to launch attacks in Moscow.
Berlin condemns widespread racism and a deadly white supremacist rally in the US state of Virginia.
German authorities officially open a probe against four Swiss financial spies.
The Italian FM praises a ban on foreign refugee rescue operations off Libya, which has already halted almost all such international searches there.
More than 3,000 firemen have struggled to put out forest fires across Portugal, after the country requested assistance from Europe to fight blazes that threaten to spread with more hot weather in the coming days.
Thousands of people rally in the Spanish autonomous Basque Country to support an independence vote due in the northern Spanish region of Catalonia.
Danish police were preparing to search a sunken submarine owned by a Danish inventor who has been charged with the inadvertent manslaughter of a journalist.
About one hundred activists gathered on the Barcelona beach to show discontent with the increasing arrivals of tourists.
A scandal involving eggs contaminated with insecticide spread to 15 EU countries, Switzerland and as far away as Hong Kong on Friday.
Security staff at the airport in the Spanish city of Barcelona will be going on strike to demand a pay increase.
The European Union (UN) will call an emergency meeting of ministers over insecticide-tainted eggs, health commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis says.
A recent study finds out that climate change had disrupted the timing of river floods in Europe.
More than 2,000 Russian forces have participated in major tactical drills in Kaliningrad.
Russia’s Lavrov discusses North Korea, counter-terrorism and cyber security with Thai officials.
A Moscow court jails a Russian journalist on charges of organizing an extremist group to overthrow the authorities.
Investigators in the Netherlands and Belgium carry out coordinated raids linked to a probe into the discovery of the insecticide fipronil in European eggs.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is continuing massive military drills in Georgia near Russia.
A Russian Air Force surveillance aircraft makes a low altitude flight over the Pentagon, the Capitol and other US government buildings in Washington.
Oxfam says the European Union is exposing refugees to threats in Libya by blocking them from traveling to Europe.
Ukraine is no longer implementing a critical military agreement with Russia on interaction in exporting jointly-developed military equipment and knowledge.
French police say they have arrested a suspect in the Wednesday car attack on a group of soldiers in a Paris suburb.
Germany says the US and North Korea should tone down their heated war of words and solve their differences through diplomacy instead.
An individual has rammed his vehicle into a group of soldiers patrolling in a neighborhood near the French capital.
Spanish authorities arrest a writer wanted by Turkey over charges of terrorism.
Turkey has agreed to let German lawmakers visit soldiers serving at an air base in southern Turkey, says Berlin.
Italian police arrest 15 firefighters suspected of starting wildfires to earn €10 per hour for putting them out.
Millions of eggs have been pulled from shelves in Europe after it was found that they might be contaminated with a parasite drug.
Freak accidents claim four lives as violent storms and mudslides raged in northern Italy at the end of prolonged heatwave.
The US secretary of state says Russian meddling in the 2016 US election has seriously damaged mutual ties, while Russia's FM urges Washington to pull back from confrontation.
The UK is not down with paying the EU €40billion to cover Brexit expenses as some reports suggest, a government source says.
Two Chinese tourists have been detained in Berlin for making the straight-armed Hitler salute for photos in front of the Reichstag parliament building.
France says the terrorist threat remains "very high" in the country as more than 270 French nationals who fought for Daesh in Iraq and Syria have returned home.
Food safety officials in Belgium say they knew about potentially contaminated eggs in the Belgian market.
Britain is prepared to pay up to 40 billion euros ($59 billion) as part of a deal to leave the European Union, according to a report.
One of Germany’s two major political parties has rejected pressure by the US to increase the European powerhouse’s defense spending in line with NATO rules.
Romania reports two heat-related deaths as meteorologists issue a "red code" heat alert for Saturday.
A woman has died after her car was swept away by a flash flood caused by torrential rain in the northern Italian Dolomites mountain range.
The Russian Energy Ministry said the sanctions were 'against international law.'
Irish PM Leo Varadka calls on UK, EU leaders to "build bridges" and find "practical solutions" to the Brexit logjam. .
The Russian Foreign Ministry censures new EU sanctions against Moscow over the delivery of gas turbines to Crimea.
Brussels imposed the sanctions over Germany's Siemens gas turbine delivery to Crimea, eliciting a strong reaction from Moscow.
Russian officials say 17 people are missing inside a flooded diamond mine in Siberia.
The Kremlin agrees with President Trump's recently declared view that ties between Washington and Moscow are at a very dangerous low.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry opposes Washington's unilateral sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea.
Russia says no agreement has been reached among the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council on a draft resolution against North Korea.
US President Donald Trump has firmly rejected the allegation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.