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Forget left and right, Europe's new politics are all over the place
Here’s a guide to the new political forces taking shape.
Two top Ukrainian officials just got busted on live TV
This time, corruption doesn’t pay.
Not everyone is afraid of Ukraine’s economic crisis
Kyiv’s middle class isn’t letting one little economic crisis get it down.
Pope Francis' drug war riffs keep offending the second biggest Catholic country
First he warns of the impending 'Mexicanization' of Argentina. Then he says 'the devil is punishing Mexico.' ¿Qué pasa, Francisco?
What’s the Buzzfeed? The UK prime minister is about to find out
After snubbing UK broadcasters, David Cameron agrees to a beer with the online empire.
East Ukraine rebels say heavy weapons pullback complete
An Ukrainian army spokesman assured reporters that the government was also upholding its end of the bargain
Here are 5 women leaders fighting Europe’s toughest political battles
Surprise! None of them are Angela Merkel.
How a Pyrenees pipeline could weaken Putin’s grip on European energy
The planned European Energy Union is going to be big, if they can pull it off.
Deaths of 3 servicemen shake Ukraine's fragile truce
Kyiv says it fears pro-Moscow rebels could be regrouping and preparing to attack Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.
For richer, for poorer: Jihadi John is a reminder that extremism comes in all shapes and sizes
Analysis: The White House's focus on poverty as the main cause of extremism may not tell the whole story.
Ukraine begins withdrawing artillery from front line
The move was Kyiv's most direct step to acknowledge that the ceasefire was finally holding.
Why 3G might be the best thing that's happened to Ukraine this year
It’s a telecom gift to a country in need, even if much of the world is moving on to 4 or 5G.
Here's a look at 4 internal trouble spots threatening the EU's unity
Meanwhile, external threats from Russia and the Islamic State are also putting pressure on the bloc.
Ukraine says it cannot withdraw heavy weapons as rebel attacks persist
Ukraine's military said two of its soldiers had been killed and 10 wounded in the past 24 hours.
Kyiv points finger at Russia after two killed in blast
Kyiv said it had arrested suspects who had been armed and instructed in Russia.
Ukraine army, pro-Russian rebels swap prisoners under tattered truce
The swap was in rare compliance with a truce so badly breached that the US warned it could escalate sanctions on Russia within days.
Tsipras declares victory as Greece dodges financial collapse
'We won a battle, not the war. The difficulties, the real difficulties ... are ahead of us,' Tsipras said.
The search for truth and reconciliation in church sex abuse scandal
Leading voices around the world try to push the Catholic Church further toward justice.
Police who killed protesters at Ukraine's Maidan are still free
Ukrainians are commemorating more than 100 people killed in clashes between police and protesters.
Pope Francis's response to clergy sex abuse tripped up by Vatican loophole
Francis doesn't actually have the power to fix the crisis. Bishops do.
Germany rejects Greece's request for an extension of its bailout program
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis sent the request to Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem Wednesday in a race to avoid running out of cash.
Ukraine calls for UN peacekeepers to observe ceasefire
The rebels denounced Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's call for peacekeepers, saying their presence would 'violate' the ceasefire.
Some of Europe’s Jews might take Netanyahu up on his offer of a new home
Others doubt that flight to Israel is the answer to anti-Semitism in the EU.
Add the Islamic State in Libya to the growing list of obstacles for Europe-bound refugees
Propaganda urges fighters to pose as migrants to cause 'pandemonium' in Europe.
2015 is on pace to break the record for migrant deaths in the Mediterranean
The latest deaths in the Mediterranean have reignited the debate on how the European Union should deal with the crisis.
Ukrainian forces start to quit besieged city of Debaltseve
Pro-Kyiv commanders said some forces had pulled out but there were reports of continued fighting.
Greece will not compromise with euro zone, PM Tsipras says
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said his Syriza party intended to keep its promises to end the austerity imposed by the EU and IMF.
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How Denmark is mourning after the Copenhagen shootings
Danes are borrowing the visual and literary memes that spread after January's attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris.
Why Ukraine's ceasefire is falling apart in Debaltseve
The violence in this strategic city has been so bad it's driven the prewar population of 25,000 to about 3,000.
Russian singer, deputy ministers top new EU sanctions list
The bloc went ahead with publishing the list despite a ceasefire taking effect over the weekend in eastern Ukraine.