12/19/2013 12:56amIt was used to groom ancient Olympic athletes and remains a widely used modern staple in Greece's diet. But olive oil could be the latest victim of the country's grueling financial crisis.
12/19/2013 7:14amDanish lawmakers have approved sending a cargo ship and a warship to pick up Syria's most dangerous chemical weapons.
12/19/2013 7:19amGreece's governing New Democracy party has expelled a former transport minister after his arrest for allegedly driving an uninsured luxury car with fake license plates in an apparent tax dodge.
12/19/2013 8:24amBritish intelligence officers knew about detainee mistreatment by other countries and the government may have been involved in some cases of rendition, according to an aborted inquiry report released Thursday.
12/19/2013 8:35amSpain's data protection agency says it has fined search engine giant Google 900,000 euros ($1.2 million) for three serious breaches of the country's laws.
12/19/2013 8:45amA German woman filmed crushing mice for a fetish video has been convicted of violating animal protection laws and fined.
12/19/2013 9:09amEuropean Union leaders are seeking to improve their defense cooperation in the face of dwindling military budgets and continued dependence on the United States for common security.
12/19/2013 9:53amGerman officials say stolen cars from Germany may have ended up with people close to the family of Tajikistan's president.
12/19/2013 11:07amAustrian police say the poacher who killed four people and then himself this year committed nearly 100 other crimes that caused estimated damages and losses valued around 10 million euros (nearly $14 million).
12/19/2013 11:25amSpanish police say a burglar has helped them arrest a soccer coach in southern Spain who they believe sexually abused some boys he trained.
12/19/2013 11:48amGlobal defense company BAE Systems says the U.A.E. has pulled out of U.K.-government backed talks to buy Typhoon jets.
12/19/2013 11:55amThe Polish and Russian foreign ministers have held a round of cooperation talks that also included discussion of Ukraine, which has intensified ties with Russia and shelved a key deal with the European Union.
12/19/2013 12:48pmThe prosecutor of the International Criminal Court asked judges Thursday to delay the start of the war crimes trial of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta due to a lack of evidence.
12/19/2013 3:03pmIn a surprise decision, President Vladimir Putin announced Thursday that jailed former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky will be pardoned, a move that will see his top foe and Russia's onetime richest man freed after more than a decade in prison.
12/19/2013 5:24pmScott Daniels, an American tourist from the Dallas area, was in the audience Thursday night when the Apollo Theatre partially collapsed, injuring more than 80 people. In an interview with The Associated Press from his hotel room, Daniels recounted his experience (edited for clarity):