Romania’s indigenous Hungarian population is increasingly demanding autonomy from central authorities.
Police and hundreds of demonstrators faced off in central Moscow at an unauthorised march against police abuse in the wake of the high-profile detention of Russian journalist Ivan Golunov.
The far-right leader shared graphic images of atrocities committed by the terror group only a few weeks after it claimed an attack which killed 130 people in Paris.
The Italian government passed an emergency decree limiting the entry of ships into its territorial waters to curb the activity of migrant rescue boats operated by charity foundations.
Ivan Golunov was arrested by police on drug offences, which he flatly denied, provoking massive outrage and forcing authorities to drop charges and probe police officers instead.
With the Conservative Party leadership contest already well underway, we look at who could be the next prime minister and how they plan to negotiate Brexit.
Twenty-six tourists and two crew members died in the worst disaster on the river in half a century. The bodies of all but four of the victims have now been recovered.
Turkey's foreign ministry vows strong response as Greek Cyprus reportedly issues arrest warrants against the 25-member crew of Turkish drillship exploring in the Mediterranean sea.
Turkey has issued a diplomatic note to Iceland condemning the ill-treatment of the footballers. The national football team were not allowed to leave Keflavik Airport for over three hours and their luggage was painstakingly searched, players said.
Investigative reporter Ivan Golunov, probing corruption in the funeral industry and food markets, was arrested last week before being placed under house arrest over allegations that he manufactured and dealt drugs.
Police say arsonists poured flammable liquid over the two cars. One is owned by a diplomat working at the Turkish consulate, the other by a Turkish national employed at an international financial institution headquartered in Thessaloniki.
The call for polls comes after a Moldovan court relieved Igor Dodon of his duties as president and appointed former prime minister Pavel Filip as interim president.
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