Center-right parties gain momentum ahead of poll but Silvio Berlusconi, despite come-back attempt, hobbled by legal woes
Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement will provisionally enter force on Thursday, eight years after negotiations begun
Speaking at UNGA, Poroshenko says Russian proposal to deploy UN peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine would legalize its proxies, freeze conflict
Lavrov blamed the Obama administration for the collapse in relations between Moscow and Washington
Shows tries to build bridges in an era of distrust and fear by showing the rich civilization that Muslims first brought to Europe in the Medieval period
UEFA member federations on Wednesday elected Alexei Sorokin, CEO of the 2018 World Cup organizing committee, by acclamation as one of their delegates to FIFA's strategy-setting committee
It is first time Spanish authorities detain Catalan officials since campaign for secession vote in Catalonia begins to gather momentum in 2011
A total of five people are now in custody in connection with the attack that injured more than 30 people
Reforms within appeal and regional courts could be in place within four years, Pavlo Petrenko says
Russia used excessive force to storm school seized by Islamist militants in 2004, causing a high number of hostages to be killed, the court ruled in April
Hundreds of Catalan mayors have been summoned to answer questions on why they have backed a banned Oct. 1 vote on independence from Spain
Scotland Yard says a 25-year-old suspect is arrested in Newport, Wales
Russian authorities deny news reports that 3 spectators were injured
German chancellor's conservatives see their lead narrow, but still enjoy big edge over rivals as Sunday elections loom
Stanislav Petrov was a former Soviet military officer known in the West as 'the man who saved the world' for his role in averting a nuclear war over a false missile warning at the height of the Cold War
Both alleged to have joined IS in Mosul in June 2014 and participated in the killing of two Shiite Muslims.
Billboards reading ‘just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English’ were removed after her lawyer threatened lawsuit
Citing no evidence of discrimination, court rules against Somali nursing school student who demanded apology and $2,750 in compensation
Mikhail Kalashnikov, whose assault rifle and versions thereof are said to account for one fifth of world's firearms, died in 2013 at age 94
After two new cases emerged Tuesday, Rome mayor Virginia Raggi declared it has been 'a black September for Italy'
How can Poles tell the difference between fake and real news when their own public broadcaster has been accused lying on air?
Lavazza opens its first flagship cafe in Milan on Tuesday, not far from the renovated 19th century palazzo where Starbucks will open its first Italian store, a 'Reserve Roasteries' outlet
Investigators perplexed over why someone flushed tens of thousands of euros down toilets in Geneva