Human Rights Watch says Greece is failing to protect unaccompanied refugee children as it houses them with unrelated adults.
The Kremlin says there was nothing “secret” or “confidential” about a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump.
Russia says its second aid flight to Yemen will take off on Wednesday, a day after the first flight landed in the Yemeni capital Sana’a.
The European Union has warned Poland to put aside a court overhaul or risk unprecedented sanctions.
The Russian lawyer who met with US President Donald Trump's eldest son during the 2016 election campaign has announced that she's ready to testify before the US Senate.
Hungarian police have halted and vacated international trains after they received a call about a bomb threat.
The foreign ministry summoned the Turkish ambassador to announce its outrage over the arrest of the German citizen.
The former head of the ill-fated Madrid-based savings bank Caja Madrid has been found dead with a gunshot wound on his chest.
France’s military chief resigns following a public dispute with President Emmanuel Macron over the government’s proposed defense budget cuts.
A German insurance group says the cost of the damages caused by riots during the recent G20 summit in the German city of Hamburg would come in at about 12 million euros.
The bill, which would have to be put to a vote in the lower house of the parliament, would turn certain practices under an ongoing state of emergency into permanent law.
German officials reportedly delay the signing of a deal with Israel on the procurement of modern submarines.
An investigating report says at least 547 boys have been abused at a German Catholic choir school.
Pro-Russia forces in Ukraine proclaim a new state in eastern territories.
Foreign Minister Lavrov says Russia may take over a country house and a storage facility used by the US Embassy in Moscow.
Military aircraft and about a dozen warships, including one of Beijing’s most advanced destroyers, will join the drills in the Baltic Sea this week.
Russia says any US preconditions for giving back Russia’s seized diplomatic property on American soil equates to daylight robbery.
Britain’s team of Brexit negotiators are in Brussels to hold the second round of marathon negotiations with the EU.
Anti-government protests are staged in several Polish cities against new court reforms by the government.
NATO's secretary general calls on Turkey and Germany to put an end to their dispute over MPs visiting Turkish air bases.
Belgium’s migration minister has called for end of his country’s military mission near Libyan waters because it pushes migrants to take more risks to reach Europe.
German Chancellor Merkel says she is now more committed to a strong, unified European Union than before.
Romania says its possible purchasing of seven US-built Patriot missile defense systems is aimed at bolstering the country’s defense.
Pro-Palestinian activists stage a protest in Paris against the planned visit of the Israeli premier to France.
Russia warns that it may expel a number of US diplomats in Moscow as the diplomatic row deepens between the two sides.
The Russian president hopes for further meetings with his US counterpart.
Russia's Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket has sent 73 satellites into space, marking the biggest simultaneous launch of satellites in the country’s history.
The United States, Britain, France, Germany and Italy urged lawmakers in Kosovo to choose a prime minister.
Russian and Tajikistani militaries have started massive military drills aimed at ensuring their joint combat readiness.
Hundreds of people have taken to the streets in the French capital of Paris to voice their opposition to a visit by US President Donald Trump to their country.
Serbia’s appeals court has stopped the trial of eight former Bosnian Serb police officers charged with involvement in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Russian FM Lavrov says the US and other Western states refuse to cooperate with Russia for global peace because they continue to see the world through the prism of the Cold War.
Turkey is willing to pay $2.5 billion to Russia in order to buy the S-400 missile defense systems and the technology required to produce them, an official says.
Russia’s FM Lavrov says Moscow would not attempt to influence the upcoming German election.
The European Commission chief says Ukraine must “fight against corruption, because corruption is undermining all the efforts
Emergency services said 12 people were injured on Thursday when a bridge under construction in central Sweden collapsed, trapping workers under the debris.
A German court jails a Kurdish militant from Turkey amid tensions with Ankara.
A Russian court sentences the assassin of opposition leader Nemtsov to 20 years in prison.
Two Spaniards and six other runners were injured on the seventh day of the San Fermin bull run festival in Spain.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator has set out tough conditions for Britain to meet during the first months of talks before both sides can start looking at a future relationship.
The number of fatal terrorist attacks in western European countries has increased in 2016.
Russia says the US should either return Russian diplomatic compounds it seized last year or wait for retaliatory measures.
Russia’s Lavrov says the US has not even provided one fact to back up its claims of Russian meddling in last year’s presidential election.
FM Lavrov says Moscow is considering retaliatory measures against Washington over the seizure of its diplomatic premises and the expulsion of diplomats.
The European Union's foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says the historic nuclear deal with Iran is an international agreement which is endorsed by the United Nations.
Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica to pay respect to Muslim victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
UK’s secretary of state for foreign affairs has slapped down the European Union over Brussels’ demands for a Brexit divorce bill.
The United Nations health agency has announced that measles tragedy has left 35 children dead in Europe.
NATO deploys US-made Patriot missile system in Lithuania ahead of a drill near the Russian border.
The European Court of Human Rights struck down the case filed by Muslim women.
Russia may expel American diplomats if Washington does not revise a similar measure adopted by the former president.
More than a dozen countries, led by the US and Ukraine, take part in 12-day multinational wargames off the Ukrainian coast.
The European Union says it is “worried” that the GCC “might come disunited” out of the tensions among its members states.
Police on Lesbos Island say the fire is believed to have been set deliberately at the Moria camp following a protest at the site.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says his country will continue the building of two power plants in Crimea.
Vienna denies entry to the Turkish economy minister over his plan to attend an event marking the 2016 failed coup against Ankara.
The EU congratulates Iraq for defeating the Daesh terrorist group in Mosul, refereeing to it as a "decisive step" in the battle against terrorism.
German troops finally begin to withdraw from Turkey’s Incirlik base.
The UN chief called on the warring sides of the conflict to adhere to the so-called harvest ceasefire.
Authorities evacuate about 10,000 people in eastern Poland to safely remove a 500-kilogram bomb left from the World War II era.
Three far-right political groups in Hungary have formed an alliance promoting white supremacy and anti-refugee sentiments.
Protests were held in the German city for a third consecutive night even after the G20 summit concluded in the city.
The Russian president made the remarks during a press conference on the sidelines of the 12th G20 summit.
The G20 summit final communique has been issued with all members except the US collectively agreeing that the landmark Paris Climate Accord must be implemented.
Scores of Muslim religious leaders start a tour of the sites of recent terror attacks Europe in remembrance of the victims.
The leaders of Germany, France and Russia underline the importance of implementing the Minsk ceasefire deal in eastern Ukraine.
Eight people are found dead under the rubble of a collapsed apartment building close to the southern Italian town of Naples.
The EU has denounced Israel’s plans to build 1,500 new settlement units in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
About 200 protesters and police officers have been wounded during violent anti-G20 rallies in Germany’s Hamburg.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump discuss 'various issues during their first face-to-face meeting.
Moon Jae-in warned that Pyongyang’s "nuclear provocation" could open options other than dialog.
BRICS issues a statement at G20 summit calling for the implementation of Paris Climate Agreement despite the US opposition to the deal.
The Netherlands rejects as “undesirable” a visit by Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Tugrul Turkes to the country.
The prominent opposition leader was freed after serving prison time for organizing illegal anti-government protests.
Russia has objected to the US over the classification of a projectile recently fired by North Korea as an ICBM in a UN Security Council draft resolution.
The French parliament on Thursday voted to extend the state of emergency until November.
The latest round of talks to reunify the two Cypruses has collapsed, as the conflicting sides failed to narrow their differences and reach a compromise.
Japan and the EU have forged a deal to create the world’s largest free trade zone, dealing a blow to “protectionist” policies adopted by the US and the UK.
Putin says Russia should make more cutting-edge weapons like the new KH-101 missile fired at Daesh targets in Syria on Wednesday.
New clashes have erupted in the in the German city of Hamburg ahead of a G20 summit, with angry demonstrators clashing with security forces and torching police cars.
EU interior ministers decided on Thursday that giving money to Libyan officials was the only way to stop the flow of asylum-seekers headed from the African country to Europe.
Turkey rejects any proposals to drop European Union accession talks, Turkish EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik said on Thursday.
Germany has shut down a major website involved in organizing the sexual abuse of children, arresting a number of individuals involved in running the site.
The Russian president says the bans slapped by the EU and the US on his country are ‘short-sighted’ and go against G20 principles for cooperation.
The Polish defense minister says the United States has agreed to sell Patriot missile systems to his country.
Russia says it is against engaging in military operations or imposing further sanctions against North Korea.
Most of Americans say they have more confidence in German Chancellor Angela Merkel than US President Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has called for calm in the face of 'authoritarian delusions' in Catalonia.
The German chancellor slams the US president’s winner-loser view of the global affairs.
The EU parliament approves a deal with Cuba to facilitate dialogue and trade with the island nation.
President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has slammed the European Parliament for being empty of lawmakers.