Greece: What next?
Tsipras or Merkel will have to give ground if Greece is to stay in the euro zone.
Manhunts, death threats as Europe on high terror alert
The suspected mastermind of a jihadist cell in Belgium remains at large. Meanwhile, fresh protests broke out in Pakistan where thousands gathered to chant angry slogans and burn French flags.
These countries are for freedom of speech in France but not at home
It's a bit of the 'pot calling the kettle black,' wouldn't you say?
France defends freedom of speech after violent protests
Meanwhile, jittery European nations stepped up security in the wake of last week's attacks in France that claimed 17 lives.
The head of world's biggest economic bloc faces calls to resign
Just days into his tenure as president of the European Commission, document leaks put Jean-Claude Juncker in the hot seat.
Turns out printing 'ISIS' all over your candy bar wrappers is terrible for business
Everything is political these days.
How Europe's counter-Putin policy could go terribly pear-shaped
After the little green men, Putin's new weapons against the West: little yellow fruit.
These 8 European separatist groups are totally inspired by Scotland right now
Here's a look at those who might be tempted to follow if the Scots end up voting for independence.
A summer of violence is exposing Europe’s foreign policy weaknesses
Conflicts raging just outside its borders are challenging the EU's focus on 'soft power.'
Latin America vs. Europe: The rivalry returns
Slinging mud across the pond over soccer is as old as the World Cup.
The US is out. So which World Cup team are we supposed to root for now?
Well, that depends. Do you hate freedom?
Belgium could be headed for World Cup fame
Will the Red Devils become Brazil's surprise package?
Belgium hunts gunman as Jewish community goes on high alert
‘In Belgium we are not accustomed to such acts of barbarity,’ the Belgian prime minister said.
Watch panda diplomacy in action
And find out why Belgium's Dutch-speakers aren't happy about it.
Go home Secret Service agents, you're drunk
The US sent three Secret Service agents tasked with protecting President Obama home after their booze-fest in Amsterdam.
Obama in Europe: 3 Questions with GlobalPost's Paul Ames
This Europe trip was already on the agenda anyway, what with nuclear and trade issues and the new pope. Then Ukraine happened. Here's what Obama's week looks like now.
5 scary things that happened in Europe while you were watching Ukraine
What's taking place on the rest of the continent while no one's paying attention.
This graphic shows how much money homophobia is costing Uganda
As worldwide governments pull foreign aid in response to its anti-gay law, Uganda is losing millions.
Belgium lawmakers approve child euthanasia bill
Belgium's lower house of parliament has approved a proposal to extend the country's euthanasia law to children.
A picture of four female defense ministers goes viral. Is that progress?
Some say it's a testament to how far we've come. Others say not so fast.
28 reasons you should pack up and move to Brussels
Nobody's a foreigner in Brussels because everyone's a foreigner.
12 celebrity ski accidents
German Chancellor Angela Merkel broke her pelvis while skiing. She is in good company.
The top 10 most-read GlobalPost stories in 2013 prove you hate America, among other things
You also like weed. And you really can't believe how much pollution there is in China.
The operation to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons is an impressive act of international cooperation
More than a dozen countries, not all of them friends, are working together to make this happen.
Belgium Senate approves bill to allow euthanasia for terminally ill children
Belgium's Senate voted on Thursday to extend its 2002 euthanasia law to terminally ill children.
It's 'Suspended Coffee Day'!
You might not know what that is, but it's awesome.
Xaver storm hits Europe as tidal surge threatens UK
On Friday, Britain assessed the damage of a storm that killed two people, forced thousands from their homes.
ICC is a good deal for the money — and for international justice
Commentary: Hampered by limited jurisdiction and insufficient funding, the International Criminal Court is making progress.
What's the best airport to be stuck in?
Well that depends what you're into.
Dutch art heist thieves sentenced to nearly 7 years in prison
The art thieves were part of a Romanian gang who stole paintings by Matisse, Monet and Picasso from a Dutch art museum in a daring nighttime heist.
Ex Belgian king says 923,000 euros not enough to live on
Before abdicating the throne, Albert II enjoyed a tax-free allowance of 11.5 million euros ($15 million) to pay for the upkeep of the royal household.