Associated Press | posted 5 minutes ago
Nationalists in Croatia are seeking to curb the rights of minorities to have their language used in official documents and signs in the towns where they live.
Elena Becatoros, Associated Press | posted 9 minutes ago
Riot police fired small amounts of tear gas Friday during a march attended by 2,500 high school students to mark the fifth anniversary of a fatal police shooting of a teenager _ a killing that triggered major riots in Greek cities for three weeks.
Jim Heintz, Associated Press | posted 16 minutes ago
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych met with his Russian counterpart Friday to discuss closer cooperation while protests clung to the capital over Ukraine's decision to scrap a deal with the EU.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted 59 minutes ago
A Royal Marine convicted of murdering a wounded Taliban insurgent has been sentenced to a minimum of 10 years in prison.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 8:04am
Russian investigators said Friday that the pilot who sent a Boeing 737 into a near-vertical dive that killed all 50 people on board might have had a fake license.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 8:01am
A German court says a 94-year-old man who was deported from the U.S. for lying about his Nazi past is not fit to stand trial on charges that he served as an Auschwitz death camp guard.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 7:53am
The mayor of an Austrian village says he's resigning after being accused of racist and anti-Semitic comments.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 7:27am
A Polish court has fined a 23-year-old woman who admitted posting an invitation to an outdoor spring party on Facebook, which drew more than 20,000 people. Some of them were rowdy and got into fights.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 6:59am
The top-selling Dutch newspaper has apologized for a story on its website that linked the death of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela with a controversial black-face character in the traditional Dutch celebration of Sinterklaas.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 6:31am
Niger's president is pushing for the creation of multinational African brigades _ notably with Libya _ to boost border security in lawless zones where jihadist fighters roam.
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