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At a campaign rally in Istanbul, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plays an animation on a huge screen to thousands of supporters, touting plans for an opera house on Taksim Square.
Quarrels between men end when a woman throws her headscarf on the ground, according to Turkish tradition.
For centuries, fireworks have been used to mark major events around the world: the births of nations, weddings, birthdays, funerals and New Year's celebrations.
Populists across Europe are marching to the tune of Steve Bannon, the Trump campaign advisor who stoked a revolution in US politics.
More protests are planned in Spain over a court's decision to grant bail to five men who were convicted of sexual abuse of a teenage girl.
Amid the ongoing controversy over immigration, the owners of two rescue boats say Italy has forced them to stop operating.
The Hungarian State Opera has canceled a third of its performances of the stage musical "Billy Elliot" for this month and July amid criticism by a pro-government media outlet that the play could turn Hungarian boys gay.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's message of transformation has kept him in power longer than any other leader in Turkey's history. Now he faces his toughest political challenge yet.
Italy's firebrand interior minister has threatene,d to pull a police guard off Roberto Saviano, the writer of a blockbuster book exposing the Camorra mafia.
The leaders of Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, and the Czech Republic have decided not to attend this weekend's mini summit on migration, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced.
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Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has warned yet another migrant rescue ship it will not be able to dock in Italian ports and accused it of violating international laws.
Migrant and refugee organizations in Hungary are facing an uncertain future after the passage of legislation that criminalizes helping undocumented immigrants.
On World Refugee Day, 25.4 million people find themselves forcibly displaced and living in another country, more than double the population of Belgium.
Turkish voters head to the polls Sunday in elections that will transform their political system. But could President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lose? It's possible.
The Kremlin may be locked in confrontation with the West, but the rest of the world is coming to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
EU lawmakers have called for the European Commission to impose visas on US citizens visiting the EU amid a dispute over US visa restrictions for five EU nations.
Several people were treated for injuries after a reported minor explosion in the Southgate station of the London Underground rail network, the British Transport Police said Tuesday.
Germany found itself the crosshairs of President Donald Trump's Twitter feed for the second time in two days on Tuesday.
French President Emmanuel Macron rarely shies away from a selfie with crowds or a high-five, but there is one informality he won't tolerate -- nicknames.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has provoked outrage by announcing plans to conduct a census of Italy's Roma ethnic group.
Russia may have significantly modernized a nuclear weapons storage bunker in Kaliningrad, a sensitive exclave of Russian territory, according to a new report.