IOC studies 'legal options' on Russia ban from Rio Olympic Games
The move came after a World Anti-Doping Agency commissioned report said there had been state-sanctioned doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and other major events.
Worldwide Pokemania crashes servers, raises security concerns
For the love of Pikachu: Many of the estimated 21 million users were playing Saturday when servers crashed across Europe and America.
After the UK, which nations are most vulnerable to an anti-EU revolt? These 5 charts give clues.
Using the social indicators revealed in the Brexit referendum, we did a test on key EU countries. Italy shared four characteristics that might drive people away from the EU.
Euro 2016: Meet the player who scored the most important goal in the history of Portuguese football
Portuguese fans are happy that a kid from Guinea Bissau chose to come to their country as an immigrant.
Thousands remember Srebrenica massacre victims
The remains of 127 people killed in Europe's worst massacre since World War II were finally laid to rest Monday in Srebrenica.
In Romania, poignant memories of Holocaust survivor Wiesel
Among the many tributes paid to Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel, who has died aged 87, those in Romania are particularly heartfelt.
Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel dies
The renowned writer and Nobel peace laureate worked to keep alive the memory of Jews slaughtered during World War II.
Austrian far-right gets election defeat annulled
The Constitutional Court ruled procedural irregularities were sufficiently widespread for the May 22 to be held again.
Brits who live in other EU countries face uncertainty as the Brexit vote looms
Could "Brexit" really happen? And if so, what does it mean for an estimated 1.2 million British citizens currently living in other European countries?
Brexit: How Europe fell out of love with the EU
When the ceiling fell in recently at the European Museum in the tiny Luxembourg village of Schengen, the local mayor was quick to deny that there was any wider symbolism.
Olympic axe as IAAF upholds ban decision against Russia
The ruling means Russia's track and field team will miss the Olympic Games in Rio.
Belgium, France face 'imminent' terror attacks
'Fighters travelling without passports left Syria about a week and a half ago in order to reach Europe by boat via Turkey and Greece.'
Migrant deaths in Mediterranean 'hit 10,000'
More than 10,000 people have died crossing the Mediterranean to Europe since 2014, the UN said Tuesday, as the EU unveiled fresh plans to stem the migrant flow from Africa.
Olympics: IOC names first-ever refugee team
It includes two Syrian swimmers, five track athletes from South Sudan, two judokas from the Democratic Republic of Congo, and an Ethiopian marathon runner.
Call this number and a Swede will answer, any Swede
Nearly 160,000 people have called the number to be connected with a random Swede. Why?
Up to 700 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean this week
Up to 700 migrants are feared to have drowned in deadly shipwrecks off the coast of Libya this week, the UN's refugee agency said Sunday, citing survivor testimony.
EgyptAir victims' relatives give samples for DNA tests
The DNA will help identify body parts retrieved from the Mediterranean where the aircraft crashed with 66 people on board.
What if robots take our jobs? Switzerland considers giving people a guaranteed income.
On June 5, voters in Switzerland will decide whether to give every adult citizen $2,600 per month.
Austria's new president: green professor who beat the far-right
Fans affectionally call him "the professor" or "Sascha", a nickname for Alexander that nods to his Russian roots, while his critics decry him as a haughty "green dictator".
Satellite spots possible oil slick near EgyptAir crash site
Greek officials also said that a body part, seats and some items of luggage had been found off the coast of Alexandria.
EgyptAir crash: US Navy joins search for Airbus A320 wreckage
The airliner crashed between Paris and Cairo with 66 people on board.
Terror attack most likely scenario in EgyptAir crash
Several scenarios could explain the mysterious crash of the EgyptAir flight into the Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo early Thursday, but aviation experts say a terror attack is the most probable.
Only three people in the world know how to make this Portuguese pastry
Every morning, behind a metal door marked “secret," Carlos Martins and two other bakers get to work.
Don't let Antarctica's size fool you. It's melting faster than ever.
The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is the size of Europe and a mile thick. And it's melting faster than we thought, with big effects on the level of the world's seas.
Bernie Sanders meets privately with Pope Francis
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders met briefly with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Saturday, using the lightning visit to align his White House bid with the popular pontiff's advocacy of a "moral economy."
Tired of watching the grass grow? Norwegians watch the tide change
US-NORWAY-SLOWTV:Tired of watching the grass grow? Norwegians watch the tide change
Europe's 'nanny states' make it harder to vape and drink
The Nanny State Index reveals some countries come down extra hard on humanity's favorite vices.
Iceland's prime minister quits over Panama Papers scandal
Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson has become the first major political casualty of the massive document leak.
Muslim students at a Swiss school don't have to shake hands with female teachers
Students argued that Islam does not permit physical contact with a person of the opposite sex, with the exception of certain immediate family members.
Iceland's prime minister is in the hot seat over Panama Papers leak
'The prime minister should immediately resign,' ex-prime minister Johanna Sigurdardottir said.
How a famous former Nazi officer became a hitman for Israel
Otto Skorzeny was a diehard Nazi. So historians were astonished to learn this week that — after the war — he was recruited by the Israeli intelligence service.