ISIS In Europe: Orphans Of Terrorism ‘Adopted’ By France After Charlie Hebdo And Paris Islamic State Attacks
At least 61 youths lost one or both parents in terror attacks in the country last year.
Radical Islam In France: Guantanamo-Style Detention Centers For Alleged Terrorists And Extremists Ruled Out
The decision not to create detention centers, announced by Prime Minister Manuel Valls, came two days after two police officers were fatally stabbed.
Donald Trump Atlanta Rally Live Stream: Amid Low Favorability Polls, Watch GOP Presidential Candidate's Speech
The likely Republican nominee has stirred controversy over comments concerning a federal judge of Mexican heritage.
The cookie-size rock fragment was discovered in a limestone quarry in southern Sweden.
The alert level in Belgium has remained high since twin terror attacks in Brussels in March.
Orlando Shooting Live Updates: Nearly All Fatal Victims Have Been Identified In Terror Attack; Police Offer New Details
The terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that left 49 dead and at least 53 wounded has renewed calls for a ban on assault weapons.
Orlando Shooting Live Updates: Authorities Investigate Terrorism As Motive In Gay Nightclub Massacre
The worst mass shooting in U.S. history left 50 dead and 53 injured at a Florida nightclub.
In a video Thursday, the president officially backed Hillary Clinton's White House run, saying: “I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”
Refugee Crisis In Europe 2016: Human Rights Watch Slams Sweden Over Treatment of Asylum-Seeking Children
More than 35,000 children sought asylum in Sweden in 2015.
“The town would cost much less than Inter or AC Milan — but would be a much more profitable enterprise,” a mayor in Campania said.
The first fossils of the so-called hobbit species were discovered in 2004.
France has been a member of the U.S.-led coalition conducting airstrikes in Syria since 2014 and stepped up its efforts following a November terror attack in Paris.
The machine, nicknamed Lengau, which means “cheetah” in Tswana, is the fastest on the continent, according to the company.
Associated Press writers were reportedly threatened after the news organization called the primary race for Hillary Clinton.
Samoa and Tajikistan also topped a list of vulnerable countries compiled by an information security firm.
The facility, which would search for minerals and other natural resources, would be located nearly two miles below the surface of the South China Sea.
Can Bernie Sanders Win? A History Of Contested Democratic Conventions As Hillary Clinton Looks To Become Nominee
If the U.S. senator from Vermont refuses to end his candidacy this week, he wouldn’t be the first No. 2 candidate to campaign until the bitter end.
Amid First Military Expansion Since Cold War, Germany Plans To Cofinance Fleet Of C-130 Hercules Aircraft
The German military announced its first expansion since the Cold War in May of this year, including several C-130 Hercules transports.
A number of lucrative endorsements have contributed to Williams' high yearly income.
Who Is Pedro Pablo Kuczynski? In Peru Presidential Elections Results, Former World Bank Economist Leads Keiko Fujimori
The count remains extremely close with more than 90 percent of votes in.
Brexit Referendum 2016: Amid Tight Polls, Here’s Who Wants To Stay, Who Wants To Leave Among Top Celebs, Politicians
Public figures in the U.K. and beyond have voiced a range of opinions on whether Great Britain should remain in the European Union.
Authorities were alerted to the relic’s absence when a visitor notified an usher Sunday.
The monthlong soccer event is expected to be attended by 2.5 million people.
Europe Economy Update 2016: Switzerland Rejects Unconditional Basic Income In Referendum, Projections Say
The proposal would have provided for a monthly income for all citizens.
While the virus is harmless in most humans, it can cause microcephaly in unborn children.
Escalating conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa have contributed to the spike in asylum-seekers worldwide.
Two ships became available after a French deal with Russia was canceled in 2014.
The vehicles will be safer for both the patients and those emergency workers entrusted with transporting them.
Seven of the queen’s eight grandchildren are included in the equation.
EU sanctions were put in place on Russia following the annexation of Crimea in March 2014.