Hungary indicts 98-year-old for Nazi war crimes
Prosecutors allege the former policeman helped send thousands to death camps.
Will PRISM be the end of the EU-Obama love affair?
Washington's PRISM spy scandal dents Barack Obama's image ahead of his Europe trip.
Brussels against the world
Europe’s capital fights back against bad press.
22 US nuclear bombs are stored in the Netherlands
The American bombs are kept in a storeroom at an air base in Brabant, admitted former Netherlands Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers in a documentary.
Religion in Europe, also in crisis
European leaders reach out to religion, but churches struggle with waning numbers.
Could fracking make the Persian Gulf irrelevant?
From NATO to China, the world watches America's energy revolution.
Western IQs drop by 14 points in last century, study says
A new study by researchers in Europe claims that the average IQ of people in Western nations fell by an average of 14 points between 1889 and 2004.
8 amazing things a 3D printer can make
It seems there is nothing 3D printers cannot do. Here's a roundup of some of the coolest things we've found from around the world.
Chatter: Machete terrorist attack in London
British-born Muslim converts hack to death a serving soldier; Obama to announce new restrictions on drones; and the oldest man ever summits Mt. Everest. He is, wait for it, 80.
Germany's SAP puts faith in autistic tech specialists
German software company teams up with Denmark's Specialisterne to utilize the unique talents of autistic employees.
Racing pigeon Bolt sells for a record $400,000
A Belgian racing pigeon called Bolt was sold on Tuesday to a Chinese businessman for a record $400,000.
A quarter of gay people have been subjected to attacks or violent threats, EU poll says (VIDEO)
A quarter of gay people surveyed in an EU poll say they have been attacked or violently threatened in the past five years.
Cannes Film Festival kicks off with 'Gatsby,' 'Heli'
International films to watch as they vie for the Palme d'Or.
France's harsh contrast: glitzy Cannes opens, another recession sets in
Roaring '20s 'Gatsby' is set to be a Cannes showstopper, just as France sinks into a new recession. The irony surely is not lost on Mssr. Hollande.
Gay Paris: not all it's cracked up to be
Divisions exposed as France prepares to say 'I do' to gay marriage.
Europe's other potentially toxic food: salmon
Baltic Sea salmon exports have been banned since 2002 for containing dangerous levels of pollutants. Some European companies bought them anyways.
Why are Europeans waging jihad in Syria?
Some 600 youths from Europe have joined Muslim extremists fighting to topple Syria’s government. Officials fear what happens when they return radicalized.
Belgium diamond heist: 31 detained in 3 countries
Some of the $50 million-worth of diamonds and large sums of money were recovered following the arrests said Belgian prosecutors.
Toxic chemicals aflame after Belgium train derails (VIDEO)
Two people have died and over a dozen have been injured after a train derailed near Ghent, causing a toxic chemical fire.
Dutch school shooting threat: Ex-student arrested
Dutch police have arrested a former student of the British School in the city of Leiden after a threat to carry out a shooting at a school was posted on the internet.
Will Europe keep on fracking?
Shale gas riches tempt cash-strapped continent.
Mars One reality TV series searching for contestants (VIDEO)
Netherlands-based Mars One group to film reality TV series around manned mission to Mars in 2023.
The euro zone crisis is back — on multiple fronts
European finance ministers will be meeting in Dublin today to examine the results of the euro zone's current fiscal policies.
Hacker claims he can hijack any airplane using a mobile app
A simple Android app could exploit vulnerable code on real airplanes.
The Netherlands: Rijksmuseum’s renovation gets rave reviews
The renovation of the Rijksmuseum took five years longer than planned.
UK heart EU
British europhiles come out of the closet.
Who will be the next Cyprus?
Europe’s whack-a-mole approach to crisis management has left more countries vulnerable.
Cyprus: Another fine mess
Analysis: As Cypriots swarm to their reopened banks, the EU's botched rescue of Cyprus underscores more euro zone risk.
British lawmaker David Miliband, whose brother Ed leads popular Labor Party, quits to head up IRC
David Miliband, who lost a 2010 leadership battle for Britain's opposition Labor Party to younger brother Ed, is quitting politics to head up the New York-based International Rescue Committee (IRC).
Caterpillar CEO optimistic on Europe
Caterpillar's bulldozers and tractors have been accumulating in warehouses due to slowing economies in China, Europe and the US.
Anne Frank tree saplings headed for 11 US locations (VIDEO)
Chestnut tree comforted Anne Frank as she hid from Nazis in Second World War Amsterdam.