Children among 71 migrants found dead in truck in Austria
The deaths highlighted the dangers faced by migrants at the hands of traffickers on arrival in Europe, even if they survive perilous voyages across the Mediterranean.
The migration crisis threatens the 'soul' of Europe. Here are 6 figures that explain why
Europe is struggling to cope with the influx of so many people in such a short period of time.
Hungary’s border fence is not working too well
Now lawmakers are talking about sending in the army.
Up to 50 migrants found dead in a truck on an Austrian highway
The latest tragedy in the refugee crisis.
Global markets are tanking; 'no rational choice anymore'
It's looking to be more than just China's 'Black Monday.'
Europe's refugee response is totally lopsided
Powerful Britain is little more than a bit player in Europe's refugee drama. Meanwhile struggling countries like Greece and Italy are overwhelmed.
One weekend, 2 air show plane crashes, at least 8 dead
The first victims have been named in the crash at Shoreham Airshow in West Sussex, England. A second air show tragedy shocked onlookers in northern Switzerland.
It's official. Earth just had its hottest month ever recorded
How long before July 2015 loses the title?
Refugees or migrants? The distinction is important and often misunderstood
The movement of people leaving their countries is becoming a civil rights issue where mobility, not semantics, matters.
Tampon tax is real. Women everywhere pay their governments extra to have periods
How exactly do women pay to have periods? And which countries make them do it? Read on, sisters.
Swedish prosecutor drops three Assange cases, but rape investigation continues
The WikiLeaker denies the accusations and has been holed up inside Ecuador's London embassy since June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden. Ecuador has granted Assange asylum.
France has a plan to save Europe, but there’s not much room in the lifeboat
The fundamental fix? Paring down the EU to look more like it did in the 1950s.
The monetary politics behind Greece's crisis and its future with Europe
A Q&A with Jeffrey Frieden of Harvard University on the Greek financial crisis and its ramifications.
Finally, a 'gay couple holding hands in public' video that won't ruin your day
Thank you, Lisbon.
Hungary thinks this giant border fence is the answer to Europe’s refugee crisis
Donald Trump, take note.
These are the best places to be a breastfeeding mother
Happy World Breastfeeding Week!
The UN has set itself some ambitious new goals
No. 1? End poverty in all forms everywhere.
Moldova's underground media activist fights Russia's propaganda machine
The Russia-dominated media doesn't have to work too hard to convince Moldovans that what they really need is a blast of strong-arm Russian leadership.
European journalists bash Trump, call him a 'loudmouth'
The Donald's presidential bid draws scorn and bemusement in Europe
Putin tells Swiss TV that Sepp Blatter deserves the Nobel prize
The Russian president also said he doesn't believe Blatter is corrupt.
Key official questions whether FIFA will allow an 'independent' investigation
The handpicked task force chairman, Domenico Scala, said he wouldn't conduct the investigation unless he had complete independence.
Blatter prankster charged by police after FIFA complaint
Police have arrested the comedian, according to Zurich police.
Like soccer, but sick of FIFA? This is the World Cup for you
CONIFA is the soccer confederation for breakaway states, micronations and other minority peoples.
FIFA tries again to clean itself up, critics unimpressed
US-SOCCER-FIFA-REFORM:FIFA tries again to clean itself up, critics unimpressed
Greek lawmakers pass tough reform package demanded by creditors
In response, the European Central Bank boosted its cash lifeline to the crisis-hit country.
Vatican auditors find more than a billion euros unaccounted for during financial clean-up
But they aren't alleging any wrongdoing.
Pope Francis now has more Twitter followers than Miley Cyrus
Watch out Katy Perry.
Global warming will fuel mass migration and terrorism
Extreme competition for water and productive land will likely be a source of conflict in the future.
EU powers clash over Greece as euro exit looms
Divided euro zone leaders clashed over the fate of Greece on Sunday, with a catastrophic exit from the single currency looming large.
Angry crowd commemorates Srebenica anniversary by throwing stones at the Serbian PM
Serbia's Tanjug state-run news agency said Serbian premier Aleksandar Vucic was hit on the head by a stone and had his glasses broken.
Kerry says he is prepared to 'call an end' to Iran talks
The Secretary of State said the negotiations aren't open-ended, but he won't be rushed into a deal either.