New York, Paris talks result into 'end of hot phase of conflict', according to Poroshenko
Thousands of people have rallied in Dresden protesting Merkel's refugee plans.
Officials say Turkey expected to bolster border security while EU offers 1 billion euros in aid for refugees
UN human rights chief says protection of refugees should be priority
A senior ETA leader was captured in northern Paris suburb after years on run
Europrean Union immediately called the move a 'fundamental step' toward peace
European Council President Donald Tusk warns of potential new waves of refugees should Assad come out victorious in Syria
As Hungary and Croatia shut their borders with Serbia, experts fear refugees face dangers of minefields as they trek through Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia
British PM says he plans to ask for parliamentary permission to strike ISIL in Syria
Strikes, protest related to airlines company's decision to cut jobs could negatively influence France's image, president says
European Commission chief says he had thrashed out details of the plan during his talks with Turkish president Erdogan
Alliance calls Russian incursion an "extreme danger" and urges Moscow not to attack Syrian rebels and civilians.
Croatia will hold general elections on Nov. 8, President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said in a statement on Monday, as Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic’s government fights to stay in power following a six-year recession.
The award-winning refugee teacher, Aqeela Asifi, has been recognized for bringing education to refugee girls in a remote community in Pakistan
Peace process 'must be completed by end of year. That is what (February) agreement says and no one is making any attempts to review it,' Ukrainian president says
Bank maintained its earlier outlook of a 12 percent economic contraction across 2015
Brussels, Ankara set to discuss plan that would see Turkey join Greek coastguard patrols in eastern Aegean, coordinated by EU border agency Frontex
Protesters adopted a resolution saying the deployment of a Russian base would be 'against the Belarus constitution'
Greek finance minister must hurry through a raft of reforms since country's parliament will have to pass 15 reforms in October alone
Merkel, flanked by a large business delegation, will meet Modi and trade officials on her first trip to India since the right-wing premier stormed to power last May
'I think the reputation of German industry, the confidence in the German economy, is not so shaken that we are no longer considered a good place to do business,' Merkel says