Greece's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to unveil his anti-austerity coalition government Tuesday, bringing together his radical left-wing party with the nationalist right, after a stunning election win that sent shockwaves through Europe
A hoax caller who was put through to Prime Minister David Cameron after pretending to be one of Britain's spy chiefs boasted about being "off my face" on alcohol and drugs
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe branded the murder of a Japanese hostage by ISIL militants as 'outrageous and unforgivable'
Dignitaries and leaders from around the world arrive in Saudi Arabia to offer their condolences to its new King Salman, a day after the death of his half-brother King Abdullah.
Top officials from 21 countries kicked off talks in London on Jan. 22 on pushing back Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants in Iraq and Syria and tackling the growing threat of homegrown jihadists in Europe.
PM Davutoğlu refuted claims that ruling AKP lawmakers were under pressure to vote against sending four former ministers to the top court
With skepticism I watched the solidarity march in Paris on Jan. 11, live on television. I’m far away, in Turkey, far enough to create a distance between what I see on the screen and what I know.
Britain's electronic spy agency GCHQ tapped emails of journalists at some of the world's biggest media organisations, The Guardian reported on Jan. 19.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to London on Jan. 22 to host with his British counterpart a meeting of members of the coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
French President Francois Hollande has declared Charlie Hebdo "reborn" after its new edition sold out in record time, as Al-Qaeda claimed the deadly attack on the satirical magazine.
French President Francois Hollande said Jan. 15 that Muslims were the "main victims" of fanaticism, as five of the 17 killed in last week's Islamist attacks in Paris were laid to rest.
The head of Europe's police organisation Europol said on Jan. 13 the continent was facing its greatest security threat in more than a decade, with as many as 5,000 Europeans who have joined fighting in Syria posing a risk to their homelands.
Hundreds of thousands of people and dozens of world leaders marched together through Paris Jan. 11 in a historic show of solidarity and defiance after terrorist attacks in the French capital that claimed 17 lives.
A Charlie Hebdo gunman told French TV that he was 'sent and financed by Al Qaeda,' while the supermarket gunman told he was a member of ISIL
The U.N. Security Council led global condemnation of the 'terrorist' shooting at French magazine Charlie Hebdo which left 12 people dead, in a shocking attack on freedom of speech in Europe
At least 12 people were killed in a shooting at a satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in central Paris
Interior Minister Efkan Ala has tasked Turkish ambassadors to tell the world about the 'facts'
The European Union must thrash out a strategy for Russia that lasts for many years, and looks past sanctions that have hammered Moscow's economy, the bloc's new leader Donald Tusk warned Dec. 18.
The Church of England appointed its first ever female bishop on Dec. 17, overturning centuries of tradition in a Church that has been deeply divided over the issue.
A parliamentary committee investigating possible British links to torture will request access to blacked out parts of a US Senate report on CIA treatment of Al-Qaeda suspects, its chairman said Dec. 14.
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