09/25/2013 4:17amThe Foreign Office has confirmed that a British man has been arrested in Kenya following the siege at an upscale mall that has left dozens dead.
09/25/2013 5:10amGerman police say an abandoned suitcase that prompted authorities to shut down Duesseldorf airport for three hours turned out to contain drugs.
09/25/2013 8:28amA bill allowing stray dogs to be euthanized is legal, Romania's constitutional court ruled Wednesday, prompting hundreds of dog lovers to block a main road outside Parliament in protest.
09/25/2013 8:51amThe mayor of the Dutch city of Haarlem says a suspect has been arrested in connection with a threat issued from a Twitter account that led to the closure of several stores and a school in the city center.
09/25/2013 9:04amThe French government has declared the economic crisis over and is promising its new budget will bring growth and jobs. But experts are criticizing the proposals, saying they could derail the nascent recovery.
09/25/2013 9:09amSotheby's is showing off a pink diamond that is expected to fetch more than $60 million at auction.
09/25/2013 9:14amA British lawmaker is facing criminal charges after taking part in a protest against shale gas extraction.
09/25/2013 9:25amPolish authorities have asked the Dominican Republic for details about its child sex abuse investigation into two Polish priests, one of whom was the Vatican envoy to the Caribbean country, officials said Wednesday.
09/25/2013 11:43amTwo men have been sentenced in a British court for attacking a man while they were dressed as Oompa Loompas.
09/25/2013 12:10pmThe head of a Luxembourg-based investment bank says Dominique Strauss-Kahn will soon take a new job as his company's president _ the latest step by the disgraced former IMF chief to rebuild his reputation.
09/25/2013 12:15pmThe United Nations has put Sri Lanka on notice it could face an international probe unless it properly investigates suspected war crimes and other abuses from the civil war that ended in 2009.
09/25/2013 2:45pmGold, space-age sheens, peasant garb, gravity-defying skirts and 1950s boudoir slippers all made for a dramatic _ if incongruous _ array for Paris' first full day of spring-summer 2014 fashion shows.