France will pay forfeit for non-delivery of two Mistral warships to Russia
There are fears of a humanitarian crisis as refugees seek ways to enter Serbia taking weeks to walk from Syria making their way through Turkey, Greece and Macedonia
Russian President Putin has assured Netanyahu that the Iranian deal would improve security in the Middle East.
Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned with polonium in 2006. Litvinenko accused Putin of trying to kill him before his death.
Syriza split issue over bailout deal may be overcome with party referendum
Shortly after their French collegues, Italian MPs also plan on visiting occupied peninsula
“Russia failed to stand up in the quest for international justice.”
Resolution would have set up tribunal to prosecute those responsible for shooting down the Malaysian plane over Ukraine
Tax inspectors in Greece are now turning their attention to holiday hotspots with tourism bosses complaining that increase taxes will hit tourism revenue
Iraq ratified the U.N. Convention against Torture in 2011, but rights groups such as Amnesty International say torture is still widespread,
Croatian lawmakers have voted to withdraw from a long running border row with Slovenia
Russian Energy minister has said that in order for the pipeline to continue, an intergovernmental agreement must be signed.
In case if no parliamentary majority will be ensured, Greece will go to elections
Facebook has faced numerous challenges in Europe, but Germany is determined to protect privacy of its citizens
Human cost of east Ukraine conflict reaches 7,000 people, says OHCHR
A Sudanese migrant had died after trying to enter the Channel Tunnel.-
Depardieu is identified as national security threat
Thousands of people have protested in Helsinki in support of multicultural Finnish society, after a Facebook post by Olli Immonen called immigrations a "nightmare".
US ambassador to Ukraine urges Russia to respect Minsk agreement signed in February
A three-year-old child from London is one of hundreds of young people who have been tipped as potential future radicals and extremists.
2,000 in left wing of Syriza call for 'big no' to bailout deal