Greens lawmaker calls hack 'a form of warfare'
Jan Kuciak had alleged ties between Italian mafia and two top government officials; he and his girlfriend were found dead in their home Sunday
President Trump has repeatedly criticized NATO allies for not spending enough on defense, calling it unfair to US taxpayers
Social network says it reviewed Facebook accounts and 'activity of many thousands of advertisers in the campaign period' leading up to 2016 referendum
Le Pen father and daughter at odds since she kicked him out of party in 2015 in bid to distance herself from his frequent inflammatory remarks
26 researchers warn of dangers to digital, physical and political spheres
IOC had banned Russian athletes from competing under country's flag during recently completed Winter Games in South Korea because of doping allegations
UN staff can call the 24-hour helpline to speak confidentially to a trained, impartial person
Accusations made by 10 women relate to incidents that reportedly took place between the 1980s and 2015
How personal relationship plays out between octogenarian television and property magnate Silvio Berlusconi and his 44-year-old election partner Matteo Salvini may dictate fate of Italian politics
No civilians have departed eastern Ghouta and no aid has been sent in
A street outside the Russian embassy in Washington has been renamed after Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader killed three years ago in Moscow. VOA's Elizabeth Cherneff has more.