Several European Union countries say they may follow Britain in expelling Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy, as EU chief Donald Tusk predicted member states would take more measures against Moscow starting next week
A little-known former governor was sworn in as Peru's president on Friday hours after the congress voted to accept the resignation of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski following a corruption scandal
France's top counterterrorism prosecutor says a gun-wielding extremist who killed three people cried "Allahu akbar" and claimed he was a "soldier of the Islamic State" as he stormed a supermarket in southern France
A Spanish Supreme Court judge has charged 13 leading Catalan separatist politicians with rebellion for their recent attempts to bring about the region's independence from Spain
Thousands of people protested in Warsaw and other cities across Poland on Friday against the conservative government's latest attempt to restrict abortion
Tens of thousands of Slovaks have taken to the streets in anti-government protests again amid a political crisis triggered by the slayings of an investigative reporter and his fiancee
It takes more than a durable thumb and the stomach for strangers to be a top-notch vagabond. Take it from Juan Villarino, dubbed the "world's best hitchhiker" by Wes Enzinna for the New York Times , which profiles Villarino and picks his brain for how he's become the "king of the...
The head of the UN food agency says the number of people around the world in danger of dying unless they get food urgently surged to 124 million last year _ mainly because "people won't stop shooting at each other."
At least 140 whales have died after becoming stranded on a beach overnight in Western Australia, the AP reports. Over 150 short-finned pilot whales were first spotted on the beach at Hamelin Bay by a fisherman on Friday morning. By Friday afternoon, all but 15 had died. According to the...
China lists $3 billion of U.S. goods including pork and steel pipe for possible retaliation in tariff dispute with Trump, girds for bigger battle over technology
Gunman who seized hostages, killed three in southern France demanded the release of the only surviving member of the Islamic State cell that attacked Paris in November 2015
A coalition of conservationists, entrepreneurs and scientists have worked together to find solutions that will ensure the survival of their country's natural treasures.