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The win is one of the biggest political upsets in Dutch politics since World War II, and is bound to send shockwaves through Europe.
Israeli forces continue to bombard the strip's major hospitals claiming, without proof, that they are in search of Hamas militants.
The European Union has reversed an earlier announcement that it was “immediately” suspending aid for Palestinian authorities.
Members of Britain’s opposition Labour Party are gathering for their annual conference with an unfamiliar feeling: optimism.
Are you planning your next European vacation? U.S. citizens will soon need to apply in advance to visit 30 European countries.
The Kremlin unleashed intense overnight drone and missile attacks officials said damaged Odesa's port infrastructure and wounded at least 12 people.
The NATO chief says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to immediately send Sweden’s NATO accession protocol to his Parliament.
Polish citizens voiced their anger at officials they say have eroded democratic norms and created fears that the nation is going down the path to autocracy.
Serbs held more protests in a northern town where clashes with NATO-led peacekeepers left dozens injured and sparked fears of renewed conflict.
European Commissioner Thierry Breton said Twitter was still subject to tough new digital rules. "You can run but you can't hide."