French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Oct.5 that air strikes in Syria must target ISIL militants but also other groups "considered as terrorists."
Volkswagen's supervisory board will hold an extraordinary meeting on Oct. 7 at which finance chief Hans Dieter Poetsch is expected to be appointed as new head of the 20-member controlling panel, two sources said on Oct. 4
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Oct.4 that Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin's decision to take military action in Syria to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was a "terrible mistake".
Prime Minister David Cameron said his renegotiation of Britain's ties with the European Union was "bloody hard work" and refused to rule out campaigning for a British exit in a referendum if other EU leaders failed to grant him the concessions he wants.
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The bottom line of the Syria talks between the U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin is that they agree that Syria today under Bashar al-Assad is no longer sustainable, but they disagree on the future of al-Assad himself
The gap between Britons who want to remain in the European Union and those who want to leave remains tight ahead of a membership referendum due by the end of 2017, according to two opinion polls Sept. 28
Catalans voted Sept. 27 in an election dubbed crucial for the future of Spain, with polls pointing to a win by separatists who vow to declare the region independent by 2017
Some of the biggest names in music and politics from Beyonce to European prime ministers rallied on Sept. 25 in a concert aimed at mobilizing action to eradicate extreme poverty
EU nations have agreed at a summit held in Brussels on Sept. 23 to give an additional 1.1 billion euros in aid to the UN agencies dealing with the refugee crisis in the Syria-neighboring countries, pledging greater cooperation and dialogue with Turkey
British finance minister George Osborne expressed his confidence in the slowing Chinese economy on Sept.20, saying the country was going through a necessary transformation and was still a driver of global growth.
Britain's newly elected opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he cannot imagine his Labour Party campaigning to leave the European Union at an upcoming referendum, easing fears that he would force the party to adopt a eurosceptic position
The new leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, veteran leftist Jeremy Corbyn, confronted Prime Minister David Cameron in parliament for the first time on Sept. 16 and said the house’s raucous weekly question-and-answer session should be less theatrical and more about hearing ordinary people’s voices.
Britain on Sept.14 announced it had appointed a minister to deal specifically with the 20,000 Syrian refugees that the country has agreed to resettle from camps bordering the war-torn country.
Anti-austerity leftwinger Jeremy Corbyn's crushing win to become leader of Britain's opposition Labour could divide his party's MPs but give a boost to its grassroots power, commentators said on Sept. 13
Catalan separatists hold a mass rally on Sept.11 for independence that will kick off campaigning for a regional election billed as a de facto referendum on breaking away from Spain.
At least two Turks are among those who died when a construction crane crashed into the Grand Mosque of Saudi Arabia’s holy Muslim city of Mecca on Sept. 11
Voting ends on Sept.10 in the leadership contest for Britain's main opposition Labour party after a campaign dominated by the shock popularity of radical left candidate Jeremy Corbyn, who looks set to win.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Sept. 8 the EU executive would offer better protection for refugees but also improve its frontier defences and deport more illegal migrants
Germany has called for a flexible system to allocate migrants as the EU prepared to announce a quota plan on Sept.9, while Greek islands grapple with a huge backlog of people desperate to reach Western Europe.
Britain celebrated Queen Elizabeth II becoming the country's longest-serving monarch on Sept.9 with a flotilla down the River Thames, a gun salute and the peal of Westminster Abbey's bells.
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