France was the first country to join the U.S.-led coalition in air strikes in Iraq
Christos Stylianides, who takes over on Nov. 1 as the EU's commissioner for humanitarian affairs and crisis management, will also be the 28-nation bloc's point man on Ebola.
More than 200 troops, stealth ships and helicopters have scoured waters off Stockholm since last Friday after reports of foreign "underwater activity" - suspected to be a Russian sub
Motion calls on the government to "do everything it can to help secure a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
Sunday's poll is the first parliamentary election since street protests last winter drove Moscow-backed leader Victor Yanukovich from office
Ed Miliband promised to crack down on immigration if his party is elected next year, seeking to woo voters tempted by the anti-EU UK Independence Party
Organization with alleged links to Muslim Brotherhood could face restrictions in government crackdown
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said Germany would also "most likely" provide military training to the Kurdish militant groups.
Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades was rushed to hospital after pro-longed nose bleed on Thursday but was later released.
Media reports of a suspected Russian submarine in Swedish waters could pressure the country to spend more on its military, expert says
Prosecutors had detained Vladimir Ledenev, the leading airfield service engineer at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, the head of flights at the airport, Roman Dunayev, dispatcher-trainee Svetlana Krivsun as well as Vnukovo's dispatcher Alexander Kruglov.
UKIP well ahead of the Conservatives among voters in Rochester to the southeast of London before a by-election next month
The men were accused of channeling about 140 million kroners, or $21 million, to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, through the Roj TV network.
It was the second flare-up this week and comes weeks after Britain and France agreed to improve border controls
Members of the European Parliament have voted in favor of a new European Commission under the leadership of Jean-Claude Juncker.
Putin and Poroshenko stress that the ceasefire deal in the restive eastern regions must be fully complied with
"There was an over-interpretation in the text and my memory failed me, because after a check it was revealed that there was no such meeting in Moscow between Tusk and Putin," said Sikorski
Snowden's leaks indicated that GCHQ and the NSA had intercepted and monitored phone, email and social media communications on a massive scale, causing global uproar.
Haroon Aswat, 40, a British citizen of Indian descent, is wanted in the United States for allegedly conspiring to establish a militant training camp
Flights cancelled at Heathrow and trucks overturned as severe weather warning issued
Poland will ask to re-consider the ruling that Poland violated its human rights commitments by hosting a secret CIA jail on its soil