10/21/2013 2:22amNobel Peace Prize laureates are discussing challenges facing the world: armed conflicts, economic inequality and migration.
10/21/2013 4:37amPope Francis has met with a German bishop whose 31 million-euro ($42 million) building renovation has scandalized Germany.
10/21/2013 6:04amPolice in the Italian city of Bologna say they have arrested a former banker wanted in the United States for allegedly helping wealthy clients to set up Swiss bank accounts and evade U.S. taxes
10/21/2013 6:46amNorwegian police have issued international alerts for two teen sisters believed to have traveled to Syria to join the civil war.
10/21/2013 7:35amNATO says it is setting up a small team of experts to advise Libya in building the country's defense institutions.
10/21/2013 10:09amEuropean Union foreign ministers told Russia on Monday to stop using trade measures and threats to punish East European nations that are seeking closer ties with the bloc.
10/21/2013 10:51amBritain has struck an agreement to build a new nuclear power plant _ the first such deal in the European Union since the disaster at Fukushima prompted a major rethink of the energy source's merits.
10/21/2013 12:51pmU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says America is working to find the right balance between protecting peoples' security and privacy rights.
10/21/2013 1:13pmA European court has avoided ruling on a case involving Russia, Poland and a massacre of Poles during World War II, sparking criticism from Poland.
10/21/2013 7:19pmThe Netherlands asked an international tribunal Monday to order Russia to release a Greenpeace protest ship and the activists who were on board.