Two men will appear in court in London charged with conspiring to attack Downing Street and Theresa May
One third of all food produced worldwide, 1.3 billion tons per year, is wasted, according to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization
US prosecutors saying conspiracy claims are ‘ridiculous’
Passenger and freight trains collided outside Duesseldorf
Daphne Caruana Galizia died instantly when her car was blown up as she drove out of her home October 16; seven other suspects are being held
President Thaci tells security force troops that 'time of international missions in Kosovo has passed'
Transparency activists say the move is insufficient to curb tax evasion by multinationals and the super-rich
President Duda took the opportunity to criticize the opposition, which seeks support from EU institutions as it condemns government policies
World Food Program says dwindling resources have made it increasingly difficult for agency to maintain operations in Ukraine
Carles Puigdemont and four of his cabinet members went to Belgium when Madrid imposed direct rule on the wealthy northeastern region after an Oct. 27 declaration of independence by his local government.
A new poll saw Macron's popularity jump six percent, compared to the same survey in November
The US Secretary of State talked counterterror and the Iran nuclear agreement with the European Union's Federica Mogherini Tuesday