German Chancellor says Ankara should prosecute coup plotters with all means and possibilities within rule of law
With latest payment, company's financial assistance from European Commission totals more than €10 million
Italy has launched an online campaign which seeks to reach the 16-35 age group to deter would be refugees who are most likely to make the perilous journey
Angela Merkel has stood firm refusing to amend her refugee policy with a call to her people reminding the of the humanitarian challenge of providing a safe haven for refugees in their country
Turkey's former EU minister says US has history of supporting coup plotters in the country
Explosion near refugee office in Germany
Turkish foreign ministry voices solidarity, cooperation with France against terrorism
Understanding the situation in Turkey is critical before a decision is made on the soldiers’ fate, says one of their lawyers
UN staff had been expelled from Morocco in March after Ban Ki Moon used the word "occupation" to describe the Western Sahara status
Turkish-origin local official accused of provoking protest with anti-coup Facebook post
The European Commission wants to suspend funding Spain and Portugal after violating EU spending rules
Turkish President Erdogan has for years strengthened his relationship with the masses and with people's trust in him enabled the coup to be around in only a few hours
Two knife-wielding attackers are killed by police after taking hostages in northern French church
Demonstrators wave flags, chant slogans against broadcaster's coverage of overthrow attempt
Theresa May will make her first visit to Ireland to speak to the First Minister regarding Brexit
Ansbach mayor says officials unclear about responsibility, number of explosions
Using a 9mm handgun, the 18-year-old German-Iranian shot dead nine people, most of them fellow teenagers, before killing himself with a shot to the head.
The G20 cited several other factors complicating the global economic environment, among them "geopolitical conflicts, extremism and refugee flows".
Fears of a renewed eurozone debt crisis are rife on the financial markets if Italy does not address the 360 billion euros ($398 billion) in bad debt sitting in its banks.
Co-chair of Turkish/EU lawmakers' committee says Europe should prevent Gulen Organization's activities
Assault rifles and heavy weapons used in South Sudan were sold by a Polish millionaire involved in illegal arms sales