Is The EU Blocking Russia And Hungary's $13.3B Nuclear Deal?
March 13 2015 2:47 PM EDT
Hungarian and Russian officials deny the lucrative deal is threatened by Euratom's requirements for fuel-supply diversification.
Pope Expects Short Pontificate
March 13 2015 1:15 PM EDT
"It is a vague feeling I have that the Lord chose me for a short mission."
Spy Who Aided British Teens Joining ISIS Is Syrian Citizen
March 13 2015 11:22 AM EDT
It's not clear which member of the U.S.-led coalition the spy worked for. The Turks aren't saying.
Measles-Virus Denier Ordered To Pay 100,000 Euros
March 13 2015 10:22 AM EDT
Measles is "a psychosomatic illness," German biologist Stefan Lanka claims, in spite of the facts contrary to his opinion.
EU Expected To Delay Extension Of Russia Sanctions
March 13 2015 9:18 AM EDT
Further economic measures against Russia would be "beneficial to no one," Spain's foreign minister said this week.
German Court Overturns Ban On Muslim Headscarves For Teachers
March 13 2015 8:19 AM EDT
The decision comes after a lawsuit was filed by two female Muslim teachers from North Rhine-Westphalia.
Swedish Prosecutors Seek To Interview Wikileaks' Assange In London
March 13 2015 6:15 AM EDT
Julian Assange, who has been sheltering in London's Ecuadorian embassy since 2012, claims that the U.S. is seeking to extradite him.
Spain Arrests 8 Suspected Islamic Militants
March 13 2015 5:26 AM EDT
The suspected militants were planning attacks in Spain and recruiting fighters to send to Iraq and Syria.
Hungary Denies EU Blocked Nuclear Deal With Russia
March 13 2015 2:04 AM EDT
The deal with Russia aims to expand Hungary's sole Soviet-era nuclear reactor, which provides around 40 percent of its electricity needs.
Anger In Germany Over Greek Demands For War Reparations
March 12 2015 10:14 PM EDT
One German commentator suggested Greece should pay compensation to countries conquered by Alexander the Great.
EU Approves Resolution For Assyrian Safe Haven
March 12 2015 9:03 PM EDT
The EU's parliament approved a non-binding resolution to create a safe haven in Iraq's Nineveh Plains vulnerable minority groups.
Without Holding Vote, Iceland Cancels Bid For EU Membership
March 12 2015 6:28 PM EDT
The governing parties, considered Eurosceptical, had long considered dropping the EU bid.
Iran Letter Shows 'Collapse Of Political Ethics' In America
March 12 2015 5:45 PM EDT
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei is seizing on the letter as political ammunition.
Powerful 'Equation Group' Hackers Linked To NSA
March 12 2015 4:51 PM EDT
The Equation Group has been in operation since 2001, launching most of its attacks on U.S. adversaries, Kaspersky noted.
Poland Weighs Lethal Aid For Ukraine
March 12 2015 12:04 PM EDT
It was unclear whether any potential assistance to the NATO member's eastern neighbor would include U.S.-made weapons.
Turkey Arrests Suspect In ISIS Schoolgirls Case
March 12 2015 11:51 AM EDT
The suspect's nationality was not released, but he is not from the United States.
4 Others Closely Watched After UK Medic Contracts Ebola
March 12 2015 8:57 AM EDT
So far, the other health care workers have not exhibited symptoms of the virus.
Did A Sukhoi-25 Fighter Jet Down Flight MH17?
March 12 2015 8:33 AM EDT
Several officials disagreed with a SU-25 chief designer who refuted claims that the fighter jet could have downed a passenger plane.
Russia, Kiev Forces Conduct Military Drills Near Border
March 12 2015 8:13 AM EDT
The drills come even as Russia and Ukraine received warnings from several concerned parties to adhere to the ceasefire agreement.
Kremlin Refutes Reports Putin's Health Is Suffering
March 12 2015 1:28 AM EDT
The Russian president's Kazakhstan visit has been delayed indefinitely but the Kremlin dismisses health rumors.