Russia and Ukraine’s latest rift isn’t over the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine or economic policy. It’s about a song.
With refugee arrival numbers to Italy and Greece topping 100,000, Germany has started to send Afghani asylum seekers back home.
Accusations of corruption and human rights abuses have been levied against Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
Russia and Estonia have exchanged spies in the past, but the latest convictions against low-level informants shows growing concerns in the region.
As the Russian Ministry of Justice begins dissolving nongovernmental organizations, human rights defenders who continue their work are left in precarious positions.
ISIS In America: Trials Against Suspected Islamic State Group Supporters Begin Soon In New York, Minnesota
As the U.S. expands its fight against the Islamic State group in the Middle East, suspects in several U.S. states face prosecution.
Will Britain Exit The European Union? Brexit Campaign Kicks Into High Gear As Economic Argument Dominates 'In' Vote
The nation's politicians have four months to make their case on whether the country should remain in the European Union.
Crowds on Saturday ransacked the offices of Sberbank and Alfa Bank in Kiev as well as the office of Ukrainian oligarch Rinat Akhmetov.
The U.S. secretary of state will meet with the king of Jordan and the Palestinian leader amid Syrian war and increased violence in Israel and the West Bank.
Two legislative measures on cannabis have provoked different reactions as the fight over the drug's use as a medical treatment goes on in Utah.
As Turkey intensified its cross-border shelling, Russia proposed a U.N. resolution calling for plans for ground invasions to be abandoned.
After long negotiations, European leaders agreed on reforms enabling British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold a referendum on EU membership.
While the Pentagon has increased its budget in response to Russian aggression, a majority of Americans do not think the Kremlin poses a military threat to the U.S.
Russia and Ukraine's next financial showdown will take place in a London court after months of arguing over bond repayments.
Ukraine's ruling coalition lost another party following a failed no-confidence vote that left Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk in power.
The European Union faces mounting problems, but that hasn't stopped Bosnia and Herzegovina and other Balkan states from seeking membership.
After several officials quit, Ukraine's Parliament will hold a no-confidence vote on Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
As commercial flights are set to resume after more than 50 years between the U.S. and Cuba, a majority of Americans hold a favorable view of the island nation.
Journalist Anna Day and three colleagues were detained Sunday after reporting on protests marking the fifth anniversary of opposition demonstrations.
Syria’s ambassador to Russia says his country would retaliate against Saudi Arabia and Turkey if their ground forces were to intervene.
After a week of wild fluctuations in bank stocks, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi attempted to reassure Europe’s leaders.
As Bosnia-Herzegovina submits its application to enter the European Union, Britain considers the possibility of exiting it.
The transportation of goods by truck between the two countries is the latest target in the trade war between Moscow and Kiev.
With its pagan and Roman roots, St. Valentine’s Day has a dark, rose-free history.
Following Saturday night's debate in South Carolina, the Republican candidates will meet next later this month in Houston.
As Republican candidates prepared to clash Saturday night, the businessman was still the favorite among GOP voters, data showed.
Who Are The CBS Republican Debate Moderators? John Dickerson, Major Garrett, Kimberley Strassel To Oversee South Carolina Debate
John Dickerson, Major Garrett and Kimberley Strassel will moderate the last Republican debate before the South Carolina primary.
Donald Trump and his GOP rivals again may have a chance to express their views on the legalization and medical use of marijuana at their debate Saturday.
Madeleine Albright clarifies her “undiplomatic” remark about women voters’ obligation to back U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Pope Francis And Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill Sign Declaration On Religious Unity, Discuss Conflicts In Syria, Iraq And Ukraine
The meeting between the Roman Catholic pope and the Russian Orthodox patriarch was a historic moment in the 1,000-year-long Great Schism dividing Christianity.