Abuses by both sides have been documented by U.N. investigators.
Official and unofficial groups use a variety of tactics to counter fake news promulgated by Moscow.
A list of arrest warrants included 462 right-wing offenders, showing a rise in extremism since the acceptance of nearly a million migrants and ...
Britain's Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed that it has charged six people with criminal offenses over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster in which 96 supporters of Liverpool football club lost their lives.
The deadly blaze at a high-rise apartment block has helped crystallize resentment over the country’s embrace of neoliberalism, privatization and ...
This ransomware attack, a more sophisticated assault based on a vulnerability exploited in May, hit companies across the globe.
European regulators claim Google illegally steered users toward its shopping website. The company is weighing an appeal.
The terrorist bomb twice failed to fully detonate, authorities said.
Ninety-five buildings with materials similar to those used in the Grenfell Tower in London have fallen short in safety tests, “a 100 percent failure ...
Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has announced she putting her plans for a second independence referendum on ice until after Brexit negotiations have concluded.
The ruling, which disappointed the plaintiffs, largely upheld a previous decision that Dutch peacekeepers wrongfully ordered 350 Muslim men and boys to leave a U.N. compound in Srebrenica.
The chancellor, in a change of approach, said she would allow members of her party a free vote on the measure, meaning it would almost certainly pass.
Swedish hostage Johan Gustafsson, who had been held captive for six years by a branch of al Qaeda in Mali, has returned to Sweden after the militants released him, the Swedish government said.
Slovakia's prime minister Robert Fico wants Uefa to investigate his country's group-stage exit from the European Under-21 Championship.