Pope creates first Palestinian saints
Two 19th-century nuns on Sunday became the first Palestinians to gain sainthood during an open-air mass celebrated by Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square.
Church of Scotland allows gay clergy in civil partnerships
The Church of Scotland voted to allow the ordination of ministers in same-sex civil partnerships Saturday in a breakthrough for gay rights.
Vienna's new traffic signals are beacons of LGBT solidarity
Austria's capital city is getting ready to host Eurovision. And it's rolling out the welcome mat for gay visitors.
EU plans military action against migrant smugglers
UN Security Council members Britain, France, Lithuania and Spain are drafting a resolution to support the idea.
European ministers: No Greek bailout deal yet
The pronouncement comes just a day before Greece must make a 750 million euro debt payment to the IMF.
22,000 mark 70 years since Nazi camp liberated
Mauthausen in Hitler's native country was the Nazis' only category III camp, created for 'incorrigible political enemies of the Third Reich.'
Watch how Paris celebrated V-E day in 1945
Can you imagine being this happy?
In the drone race, Europe is killin' it
Europe has taken the lead over the US in developing a 'good guy' civilian drone industry.
Dutch lawmaker plans Muhammad cartoon expo after US shootings
Geert Wilders says he wants Parliament to display the images in the name of free speech.
Someone stole $1 billion from Moldova. That's an eighth of its GDP
Cue the big protest.
Romania offers some truly dark dictator tours
Bucharest beckons: Brutal communist blocks, underground orphan guides and megalomaniac building projects.
Greece to present reforms to creditors for approval
The proposals will likely included higher taxes on the very rich and on luxury goods.
EU lawmakers demand migrant burden be shared
Though leaders agreed to boost funding for search and rescue, few countries are stepping up to take in the refugees.
Kazakhstan's president was just re-elected with an outrageous 97.7 percent of the vote
Seems a little suspicious.
Boat skipper facing mass murder charge over migrant disaster
Mohammed Ali Malek will appear before an Italian judge on Friday.
Mediterranean migrant deaths soar in 2015
There have been 1,300 deaths in April alone, making it the deadliest month on record.
Wary of brinkmanship, euro zone steers away from new deadlines for Greece, official says
US-EUROZONE-GREECE:Wary of brinkmanship, euro zone steers away from new deadlines for Greece, official says
Mogherini says EU has 'no more excuses' on migrants
Her comments come as rescue workers desperately search for hundreds of people in the Mediterranean after a fishing boat crashed off the coast of Libya.
Deal or default? All bets are off on Greece's debt talks
As negotiations careen towards the Apr. 24 deadline, the only thing we know for sure is that Athens is running out of money.
Spain defends EU sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras slams the sanctions as he tries to strengthen relations with the Putin government.
Watch the adorable thank-you video Moldovan winemakers made for their Norwegian customers
What they lack in Norwegian language skills, they make up for with heart.
The future of religion around the world, in one chart
A new report by Pew Research shows us what religious affiliations will look like in 2050.
This Ukrainian billionaire governor was fired but his native city still loves him
The sacking of Gov. Ihor Kolomoisky has been the most serious showdown in Ukrainian politics since last year’s revolution.
Four killed as hurricane-strength winds pummel Europe
Officials are calling the weather one of the 'worst storms in recent years.'
In the midst of conflict, Ukraine’s children are vulnerable to polio outbreak
Commentary: Shortage of vaccines and health care workers raise the danger of a new epidemic that could spread through Europe.
Greek PM says he wants 'honest compromise' with creditors but not at any cost
Athens could run out of cash by the end of April.
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.