The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) puts Turkey on a monitoring watchlist over its post-coup crackdown and human rights violations.
The office of Hungary’s representative in Brussels has confirmed Orban's hearing.
The request is the second filed by Ankara in relation to the soldiers.
Police said the arrested were one Spaniard and eight Moroccans living in Catalonia between 30 and 40 years old.
The region's Kremlin-backed leaders said the measure had little-to-no impact.
A Russian lawmaker says the British defense chief’s comments about a preemptive nuclear strike against “enemies” deserve a “tough response.”
An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
France's outgoing President Francois Hollande on Monday urged people to back centrist Emmanuel Macron in a vote to choose his successor.
The EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, says EU-Russia cooperation is 'not frozen' despite EU's anti-Russia sanctions.
The Kremlin says it respects the result of the first round of the French presidential election.
Ukraine opened a terror probe Monday into a mine blast that killed an American medic from the OSCE.
At least 15 people, including children, drowned when an inflatable boat carrying refugees sank off the Aegean island of Lesbos.
Syrian military sources say Russia has expressed willingness to deploy ground forces to the Arab country.
Germany rejected more than 52% percent of Afghan asylum requests in the first two months of 2017, according to a new report.
French centrist presidential candidate Emanuel Macron vows to turn a new page in the French politics after he goes to run-off vote.
Preliminary results show that France’s Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron have advanced to a runoff vote in the country’s presidential election.
Germany’s anti-immigrant, nationalist AfD party elects its main candidates for the upcoming general elections.
One OSCE staff member is killed while on a monitoring mission in war-torn eastern Ukraine.
Pope Francis likens the refugee detention camps in European states to concentration camps.
German authorities are reportedly investigating asylum applications in which thousands of Afghan refugees have identified themselves as former Taliban militants.
People are voting in the presidential election in France, which is being closely watched worldwide because of its potentially far-reaching consequences.
More than half of Britain's population are exposed to dangerously high levels of air pollution.
Around 4,000-5,000 demonstrators walked with banners bearing heavily ironic slogans such as "we do not need elections".
A senior Russian official says Moscow is ready to provide Syria with the air defense missile systems it needs.
Hundreds of protesters held a rally in the French capital ahead of the first round of presidential election.
US officials say they have spotted Russian aircraft for fourth time in four days this week.
A German magazine reveals how the BND intelligence service spied on international and European agencies.
Michele Scarponi, the 2011 Giro d'Italia champion, has been killed in a road accident after being hit by a van while training close to his home in Filottrano.
Some 50,000 German protesters are expected to rally against a meeting of anti-Islam and anti-immigration AfD Party in Cologne.
The Russian foreign minister says Moscow, Tehran, and Ankara continue to cooperate to strengthen a ceasefire in Syria.
Some 100 more refugees drown in the Mediterranean, bringing the death toll of those who have died in the perilous journey so far this year to 1,073.
Cazeneuve accused the far-right presidential candidate of seeking to take advantage of a recent attack in Paris to gain political profit.
Reports says Russia has been sending troops and equipment to the border with North Korea, as war looms over the region.
American and Romanian military forces have taken part in a joint military exercise within the framework of the NATO.
A terrorist attack claimed by Daesh against Paris police has claimed the lives of two officers.
French drug regulators say medicinal salt valproate prescribed by psychiatrists for mental diseases have caused thousands of cases of "severe malformations" of children in France.
Members of the "Cannes-Torcy cell" were brought to the special anti-terror tribunal on Thursday to face terror charges against them.
Russia says it has ‘practically established’ the identity of the St. Petersburg metro bombing.
The clashes occurred during a rally by the opponents of far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in the southern French city of Marseilles.
Watch Russian cargo ships deliver 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Syria’s eastern port of Tartus.
The International Court of Justice rejects call from Ukraine to issue a verdict against Russia.
Russian counterintelligence agents killed the two men in eastern Moscow.
Four Greek army officers have been killed in a helicopter crash in the country.
Italy calls for the release of an Italian journalist, who has been held in custody in Turkey for more than a week.
The Russian premier accuses the US administration of fighting the Damascus government instead of terrorism.
The Russian foreign minister says the heads of two missions set up to investigate accusations of a chemical attack in Syria are both British, a “strange coincidence.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulates his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan over his victory in a referendum that boosts the Turkish presidency.
A court in Spain called on the premier to testify in an important corruption trial.
France’s far-right candidate Marine Le Pen seeks to use the immigration issue to improve her chance in the upcoming presidential election.
France arrests two Frenchmen over planning an imminent violent attack before the country’s elections, a minister says.
European shares experienced the three-week lows over concerns about Britain’s early election and France’s presidential polls.
Merkel holds phone conversations with presidents of Russia, Germany and Ukraine over the Minsk agreement on the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen holds a campaign rally in Paris while maintaining a narrow lead over her three top rivals.
The demonstrators in Madrid voice their outrage at Washington’s recent missile attack on a Syrian army air base.
Hundreds of troops join the Western military alliance’s ‘Summer Shield’ drills near the Russian border.
Austrian leaders urge EU to end talks over Turkey's 30-year bid to join the bloc after its controversial referendum.
Russia's FSB arrests a suspected organizer of the recent bombing of the Saint Petersburg metro.
A small plane crashed Monday beside a supermarket near Lisbon, killing four people on board the aircraft and one on the ground.
Russia warns the US of any unilateral action against North Korea, saying any such measure should be in accord with international law.
Extra police personnel and military troopers will be out on the streets to guard against potential terrorist attacks on April 23, the day of the presidential polls in France.
Top European officials call on Ankara to seek broader national consensus as results show the population is bitterly divided over the reforms.
Serbia says it has entered talks with Russia and Belarus over the purchase of S-300 surface-to-air missile systems.
The Italian coastguard says thousands more refugees have been rescued from boats off the coast of Libya on a second day of operations.
The rally in Berlin’s Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz meant to protest Germany’s increasing military involvement in other countries.
NGOs have saved 2,074 refugees from the Mediterranean in a single day, blaming the EU for failing to play an active role in the rescue operations.
The White House did not send its representative to the major conference held in Moscow on Friday.
French judges have asked the European Parliament to lift the immunity of the National Front leader.
With Dortmund players due back on the pitch in the Bundesliga, police are pursuing leads regarding the attack.
A Spanish firefighter may lose his job for refusing to ship arms to Saudi Arabia over the regime’s war crimes in Yemen.
Berlin approves more arms sales to the United Arab Emirates, which has been playing a major role in the deadly Saudi-led offensive against Yemen.
French prosecutors have asked the European Parliament to lift the immunity of the far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen over an expenses scandal.
A Russian deputy foreign minister has said Moscow is “skeptical” of the work being carried out by an international organization to probe an alleged chemical attack in Syria.
Uzbekistan says it had passed information to a Western government about the suspect in the recent Stockholm attack prior to the terrorist act.
Poland has officially welcomed a NATO battalion of American troops deployed to the Eastern European country.
The Russian foreign minister says the US has told Moscow that Washington will not repeat attack against Syria.
Moscow slams US approval for NATO’s inclusion of Montenegro as a ‘deeply mistaken’ move.
The United States and its allies are pulling back on airstrikes to allegedly target Daesh terrorists in Syria.
Russia vetoes a UNSC resolution urging the Syrian government to cooperate with a probe into an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Arab country.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry says its website frequently comes under DDoS attacks from IP addresses registered in the US.
The European Union mulls legal action against Hungary over lack of democratic norms in its member state.
Police forces have arrested an old woman over spraying on a wall at Switzerland’s national bank.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow-Washington relations have worsened since US President Donald Trump took office in January.
The European Union foreign policy chief is going to make her first visit to Russia in April.
A senior defense official says Moscow and Damascus are ready to grant access to inspectors to an airfield that is alleged to have been used for a “chemical attack.”
The United States is trying to stop Russia from exposing its plans to launch false-flag chemical attacks amid the Syrian crisis, says a former US army psychological warfare officer.
At least one person has been injured after three explosions occur in front of German football team Borussia Dortmund.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the US chemical attack allegation against Syria is similar to a plot hatched in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Kiev says the US has assured Ukraine that Washington will allow any deal with Russia linking the fates of Ukraine and Syria.
Nearly half of first-time voters are backing Chancellor Angela Merkel for her fourth term bid in September elections, according to a poll.
Berlin says it is halting transfer of refugees to Hungary over concerns about confinement of migrants.
Tillerson is expected to persuade Russia to abandon Syria, which has been gripped by foreign-backed militancy since March 2011.