Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode food, labor and environmental standards.
BERLIN — Greece is poised to sign a gas deal with Russia as early as Tuesday which could bring 3-5 billion euros into depleted government coffers, German magazine Der Spiegel reported, citing a senior figure in the ruling Syriza party.
Here’s a warning for the global economic outlook, issued by the International Monetary Fund: the US, UK and India cannot alone relaunch the world’s economy - but "don't worry, it's not armageddon".
U.N. Security Council members were moved to tears on April 16 as the first eyewitness to the latest suspected chlorine attacks on civilians in Syria emerged from the country to give a graphic eyewitness account of dying children.
Some 2,200 Romanian, U.S., British and Moldovan troops will take part in military exercises in Romania, close to the Ukrainian border, beginning this week.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that global growth remains moderate, with "uneven prospects" across the main countries and regions. Compared with 2014, it says the outlook for advanced countries is improving, but growth in emerging and developing economies is projected to be lower.
Recent investigations of "smart guys" contracts have helped reduce corruption within the Romanian energy sector, and have accelerated the country's market liberalisation, at a time when the Ukraine crisis has forced Bucharest to assume a more important role in region.
France was the biggest military spender in western Europe last year, a leading think tank has found, while many eastern European countries made dramatic increases in spending as the Ukraine crisis continues.
A Germanwings flight bound for Italy from Germany was evacuated late on April 12 due to a bomb threat, the airline said.
The founder of France's far right National Front (FN) party said he will not run for office in regional polls later this year after a damaging public spat with his daughter, who is now the group's leader.
Chinese, Russian and Saudi Arabian defense spending increased the most last year, while U.S. expenditures declined, according to a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
For months, the suspense surrounding Hillary Rodham Clinton's plans to make a second attempt at the White House had little to do with whether, and everything to do with why: What would be her rationale for seeking the presidency?
U.S.-led forces targeted Islamic State militants in Syria with three air strikes from April 11 to April 12 morning, and also conducted 10 air strikes in Iraq, the U.S. military said.
Germany's foreign minister welcomed Democrat Hillary Clinton's expected announcement that she will run for the U.S. presidency in the 2016 election race, saying she had showed herself to be a strong partner for Europe.
With less than one month before Poland's presidential election, an opinion poll on April 12 showed President Bronislaw Komorowski ahead with 46 percent support from those polled while his conservative challenger Andrzej Duda was backed by 24 percent.
United States' President Barack Obama disputed Iranian leaders' assertions that immediate sanctions relief would spring from a final nuclear accord, and faulted Senate Republicans for injecting partisanship into the negotiations.
VATICAN CITY - Pope Francis on Sunday honored the 100th anniversary of the slaughter of Armenians by calling it 'the first genocide of the 20th century,' a politically explosive declaration that will certainly anger Turkey.
United States' President Barack Obama says he is optimistic a comprehensive accord to curb Iran's nuclear program will be finalized despite strong words this week from the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Continuing their aggressive, proactive outreach strategy to the Jewish and pro-Israel community on the Iran agreement, the Obama administration has invited senior organizational leaders to visit the White House on Monday afternoon for two separate meetings, multiple sources have informed Jewish Insider.
PANAMA — President Obama and President Raúl Castro of Cuba met here Saturday in the first face-to-face discussion between the leaders of the two countries in a half-century.