Eight arrests reported after isolated skirmishes as teens protest suspected rape of young black man with a police baton.
by Fahrinisa Oswald
by Teo Kermeliotis
by Umut Uras
by Rachel Shabi
Science & Technology22 Feb 2017 07:49 GMT
Dolly the Sheep only lived for seven years, but the scientific advances that came from her creation still live on.
Human Rights22 Feb 2017 07:48 GMT
Group says fear mongering increasing as it cites violations of civil liberties in 159 countries from Myanmar to France.
War & Conflict21 Feb 2017 07:43 GMT
Rebels persistently shelled army positions, killing at least one soldier, according to Ukraine's military.
Racism21 Feb 2017 06:16 GMT
Publisher Simon & Schuster had defended Milo Yiannopoulos but steps back after comments about sexual consent.
Europe20 Feb 2017 18:54 GMT
Raid is part of an investigation into allegations that far-right leader used EU funds to pay staff of her FN party.
Special series20 Feb 2017 16:02 GMT
Philosopher Srecko Horvat looks at Europe's identity crisis and asks if the continent is colonising itself.
Europe20 Feb 2017 14:40 GMT
Moscow denies Montenegro's claims that Russia was involved in a coup plot in the Balkan country last year.
NATO20 Feb 2017 11:49 GMT
It's an uphill battle for the Trump administration to convince the EU that the US will not abandon its Western allies.
Germany20 Feb 2017 07:31 GMT
Nazi leader's personal telephone, found in a Berlin bunker in 1945, was bought by an anonymous bidder at US auction.
Europe19 Feb 2017 10:53 GMT
Presidential front runner draws praise for avoiding anti-Islam rhetoric but doubts persist over his centrist platform.
Press Freedom19 Feb 2017 08:22 GMT
The UK government is considering new laws that target journalists who obtain or share state secrets.
Europe18 Feb 2017 20:21 GMT
Russia, Ukraine and allies agree to ensure peace in eastern Ukraine as Kremlin indirectly recognises breakaway regions.
Europe18 Feb 2017 18:01 GMT
Speaking in Munich, Russian foreign minister calls NATO a Cold War relic while Pence pledges 'unwavering' US commitment.
Europe17 Feb 2017 18:56 GMT
Addressing voters and businesses, former Labour PM backs effort to temper terms of, or even halt, Britain's EU exit.
Olympics17 Feb 2017 18:51 GMT
Petition challenge makes mayor of Hungarian capital consider pulling out similar to Hamburg, Rome and Boston.
by Hamid Dabashi
by Santiago Zabala
by Peter Singer
by Mark LeVine
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