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An American and his family who were living in territory held by ISIS in Syria have been detained in Turkey, a senior Turkish official told CNN.
The man who's hoping to become France's next president says he's not assuming he has the win in the bag.
A woman was shot by police Thursday evening "during an ongoing counterterrorism investigation," according to London's Metropolitan Police.
Violence broke out in Macedonia's Parliament on Thursday after an ethnic Albanian MP was elected speaker, sparking outrage from nationalists.
If the pinnacle of Andy Murray's career so far took place on the pristine green courts of Wimbledon, the world No. 1 owes much of his success to the rugged, red clay of Barcelona.
The next 10 days will decide Marine Le Pen's destiny. For her, this is the culmination of a lifelong dream of reaching the top of French politics: The presidency.
A research ship from the Russian navy's Black Sea Fleet has sunk after colliding with another vessel off the coast of Turkey, Russian state media said Thursday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Britain not to hold any "illusions" about what Brexit means for its future, adding that it "cannot and will not have the same rights as a member of the EU."
A factory that produces tumble dryers has become the dirtiest battlefield yet in the French presidential election.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson stepped into the UK election fray Thursday with an editorial describing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as a "mutton-headed old mugwump."
Can the sight of a greenish-brown color really be enough to deter smokers from reaching for their next pack of cigarettes?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May warned that the opposition Labour Party would doom Britain to a "chaotic Brexit" as she clashed with its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, in a testy final Prime Minister's Questions before a snap general election is held on June 8.
Media freedom has never been so under threat, with even "model" democracies losing their way in a "new era of post-truth," Reporters Without Borders says.
France has said that it has proof that the Syrian government was behind a chemical weapons attack in Syria earlier this month that killed 89 people.
A bright glowing object, believed to be a meteor, flashed through the atmosphere above northeast Scotland, lighting the night sky and startling residents.
Researchers in the U.K. have developed digital data discs that can survive possibly longer than the human race.