Maria Danilova, Associated Press | posted 18 minutes ago
Ukrainian reporters on Wednesday disrupted a government session chaired by the prime minister, suggesting his family members could be the next victims of official inaction after police in Kiev stood by while pro-government activists attacked two journalists covering an opposition protest.
Karel Janicek, Associated Press | posted 29 minutes ago
The Czech president says he will no longer block a university professorship for a gay rights activist who had been critical of him.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press | posted 33 minutes ago
The Vatican took another step Wednesday to show greater financial transparency by publishing the first annual report from its financial watchdog agency and announcing new regulations to fight money laundering and terror financing.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted 37 minutes ago
Britain is proposing to give around 600 Afghan interpreters who worked alongside its troops the right to settle in the U.K. in recognition of the risks to their personal safety.
Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press | posted 45 minutes ago
A 61-year-old Irishman was charged in Britain Wednesday with the Irish Republican Army bombing of the queen's ceremonial cavalry in Hyde Park in 1982, a strike at a top London tourist attraction that killed four soldiers and seven horses.
Juergen Baetz, Associated Press | posted 59 minutes ago
Two officials say Britain has launched a bid to formally have the European Union declare the Lebanese party Hezbollah's military wing a terrorist organization.
Paolo Santalucia and Frances D'emilio, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 5:53am
A judge in Italy has ordered the captain of the Costa Concordia to stand trial in the shipwreck of the cruise liner, which struck a reef off Tuscany last year, killing 32 people.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 5:35am
The International Monetary Fund has called on the British government to do more to support the country's recovery now that it has started to ease the pace of its budget austerity measures.
Malin Rising, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 5:12am
Groups of youth have smashed shop windows, set cars ablaze and burnt down a cultural center as the riots that started in one Stockholm suburb after a fatal police shooting spread to other low-income areas of the Swedish capital.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 5:06am
France's National Assembly is taking up an education reform bill that would allow public universities to hold some courses _ like science or economics classes _ in English, a plan that has alarmed language purists and the political far-right alike.
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