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It was the evening of July 5 and Magdalena Freudenschuss hadn't heard from her partner all day. That was unusual, so she was worried.
Parts of France's southern Cote d'Azur were evacuated late Tuesday and into Wednesday as forest fires burned swathes of land and threatened thousands of people, according to a statement from the Var police.
Parts of France's southern Cote d'Azure were evacuated late Tuesday and into Wednesday as forest fires burnt swathes of land and threatened thousands of people, according to a statement from the Var police.
The UK court presiding over the case of Charlie Gard will make its decision Wednesday on where the terminally-ill infant will die.
The European Union has delivered a stern warning to the US over a plan to impose new sanctions on Russia, opening up the prospect of a rift between the two allies over how to deal with Moscow's alleged election meddling.
The European Union's top court has ruled that refugees must continue to seek asylum in the first European country they reach, even in exceptional circumstances like the migrant crisis of 2015.
Calais is changing fast. A year ago, the Jungle camp on the town's outskirts was a bustling makeshift village packed with migrants and refugees.
President Donald Trump will soon decide whether to slap fresh sanctions on Russia, a decision that will be widely watched as a test of his proclaimed detachment from Russia's powerful elite.
Two young men were taken to an east London hospital Tuesday after a "suspected noxious substance" was thrown at them, Metropolitan Police said.
Sperm counts of men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand are plunging, according to a new analysis published Tuesday.
Nikolai Gorokhov, the long-time lawyer for the Magnitsky family who continues to investigate the fraud Magnitsky uncovered -- and the circumstances around his death — now believes his own life is at risk.
In a single day Londoner Jacqui Kenny continent-hops from Sun City, Arizona to Naryn, Kyrgyzstan -- and back again.
The Vatican has decided to turn off its famous fountains for the first time in living memory as hot dry weather triggers severe water shortages across Italy.
A 16-year-old German girl who ran away from home in 2016 and allegedly joined ISIS has been found alive in Iraq, the German government confirmed Monday.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said Monday he will veto a bill that would have given his populist government the power to push all of the nation's Supreme Court judges into retirement.
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.