A Russian commander says a division of the country’s submarines reached the US coast undetected.
Russians are preparing to vote in the country’s presidential elections as opinion polls have given incumbent President Vladimir Putin a large lead over the opposition.
Russia says the substance used in the poisoning of former double agent Skripal may have originated from the countries studying the 'Novichok' nerve agent, including the UK.
At least 16 refugees, including six children, drown after their boat capsizes in the Aegean Sea.
A group of US senators warn Russia that the sale of advanced Russian weaponry, particularly the S-400 surface-to-air missile defense systems, to foreign countries would lead to new sanctions against Moscow.
Russia is expelling 23 British diplomats amid a growing diplomatic dispute over the alleged poisoning of a former Russian double agent in Britain.
Russia says calls by US administration officials that North Korea take certain actions before a meeting is held between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are meant to torpedo that summit.
The Russian embassy in Israel has warned Tel Aviv of ‘anti-Russian hysteria’ over a former spy’s poisoning in the UK.
Belgium says it is retaking control of a Saudi-run Mosque in Brussels over fears of promoting radicalism.
The death of an African immigrant led to a violent protest in central Madrid, leaving at least 20 people injured.
Egypt and Russia set dates in April for the resumption of flights between the two capitals.
North Korea’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho holds talks with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in Stockholm amid reports that Sweden may host upcoming talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
Russia plans to expel UK diplomats in retaliation for Britain’s decision to kick out 23 Russians over Moscow’s alleged nerve agent attack.
A Greek appeals court rejects a Turkish demand for the handover of eight Turkish soldiers accused of having a direct role in an abortive coup in Turkey in 2016.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday the alliance did not want a return to Cold War hostilities with Russia.
Germany’s new Interior Minister Horst Seehofer says Islam does not “belong” to the European country, in remarks likely to stir anti-Muslim sentiments.
Russia says it is adding more US nationals to its sanctions blacklist in response to US restrictions imposed on Moscow.
Thousands of Catalan protesters staged a demonstration in front of the Generalitat de Catalunya in Barcelona.
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho is on his way to Sweden to possibly confirm the venue for upcoming peace talks with the United States.
Russia says the British government is using the poisoning incident to deflect the attention away from its troubled exit from the EU.
US President Donald Trump's administration has levied more sanctions against Russia for its alleged meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Spanish police search the seat of the Catalan regional government in Barcelona as part of an investigation into how last year's independence referendum was funded.
Italian police arrest a man suspected of having plans to carry out a bomb attack on a kindergarten.
Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian lawmaker, has been accused of plotting a terrorist attack against the Kiev parliament.
Russia says it is considering “retaliatory measures” against Britain, which has threatened to take punitive measures against Moscow over an alleged nerve agent attack in England.
A South Korean envoy says China and Russia have offered their full support for a peace drive his country has launched to resolve the Korean crisis.
Russia's ambassador to the United Nations calls for proof to be presented over Moscow's alleged involvement in the poisoning of a former spy in Britain.
EU officials say the vast majority of people from sub-Saharan Africa are economic migrants.
Russia criticizes Britain for trying to “mislead” the international community over the poisoning of a former spy in Britain.
The Ukrainian government has ordered its athletes not to take part in any competitions held in neighboring Russia.
World football body FIFA has said Greece's violence-ridden championship was on the "edge of a cliff" threatening Greek clubs of facing exclusion from international competition.
Russia says relations with the United States could not get any worse, following US President Donald Trump’s dismissal of his secretary of state.
Germany's Angela Merkel is elected by parliament for a fourth term as chancellor.
Paris says it will take legal action against Google and Apple for "abusive business practices," as transatlantic ties threaten to be riven by a trade war.
Moscow warns London to consider the consequences of carrying out a threat to conduct cyber attacks against Russia.
Britain’s regulator Ofcom says RT television’s license could be revoked over a spy case.
The Russian foreign minister says Moscow is "not guilty" in poisoning an ex-double agent in the UK.
An ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the West should jointly respond to Russia if Moscow fails to cooperate in a probe of an alleged nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain.
A senior Russian military official says NATO has a new priority of creating a “military Schengen” to enable the rapid deployment of military forces and hardware near Russian borders.
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico's government moved closer to collapse on Monday after his junior coalition partner called for early elections amid a political crisis sparked by the killing of a journalist.
The Russian Foreign Ministry dismisses as a 'circus show' Britain's claim that Moscow was responsible for poisoning ex-spy Sergei Skripal.
Russia says the Syrian government has ‘every right’ to defend its own citizens against terrorists.
The EU has extended by a further six months sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian officials over their suspected involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
The Kremlin says an ex-spy poisoning case in Britain is totally unrelated to Russia.
Thousands of people demonstrate in the capital of Spain’s Catalonia region to demand lawmakers to elect a new regional leader and continue working toward total secession.
A knife attacker is shot dead outside the Iranian ambassador's residence in Vienna, police say.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the downing of a hijacked passenger plane reported to be targeting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
Putin says in an interview that Crimea will remain part of Russia for ever.
The Russian defense ministry has successfully test fired a Kinzhal air-to-surface missile.
A mosque has reportedly been attacked in the German capital city of Berlin as authorities start a probe into a similar earlier incident in Stuttgart.
Rescue efforts save several hundred asylum seekers who had risked possible death by trying to make the perilous journey from Africa to Europe across the Mediterranean Sea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Western allegations pertaining to the Syrian government launching chemical attacks on terrorists-held areas are "fake news."
The Greek minister warned his country was “very close to a fatal accident” with Turkey.
A US drone has been spotted conducting reconnaissance near the Russian territory of Crimea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has slammed persisting US allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections in the US.
French President Emmanuel Macron warns against a mutually destructive “trade war” as the US forges ahead with planned tariffs on European steel and aluminum.
Tens of thousands rally in the Slovak capital to demand Prime Minister Robert Fico’s resignation after the murder of a journalist.
Heavy rains cause floods in northern Albania, prompting intervention of the military to help hundreds of trapped people.
Ukraine charges its prisoner-swap negotiator with plot to kill President Poroshenko.
The European Union says it is prepared to retaliate against the US president's steel and aluminum tariffs.
Russian FM Lavrov dismisses as “propaganda” accusations that Moscow was behind a nerve agent attack on a former double agent residing in Britain.
Millions of women workers in Spain take part in an unprecedented protest march and strike across the country to mark International Women’s Day.
The US and its NATO allies have been conducting an annual drill that is said to be Europe’s “largest artillery exercise” since the end of the Cold War in 1991.
Heiko Maas from the SPD is to become next German foreign minister.
The European Union says it's ready to retaliate against the US over President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Three people were killed and several others went missing after a Russian helicopter crashed in Chechnya.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia will not hesitate to use nuclear weapons if it ever comes under a nuclear attack.
Four people are missing after a fire erupted on a Singapore-flagged cargo ship in the Arabian Sea belonging to the shipping branch of the Danish group A.P. Moller-Maersk.
Senior figures in Italy’s Democratic Party seek a coalition with former nemesis 5-Star.
German carmaker BMW says tariffs on car imports in the United States, if implemented, would hurt jobs in the world's second-largest car market.
Hundreds of taxi drivers have marched in central Athens to protest at what they called an "invasion" by Uber.
Russia’s Defense Ministry said 33 passengers and six crew members were on board the plane when it crashed.
Russia says only an 'impartial investigation' by an international body can determine the allegations of the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi steps down as leader of the center-left Democratic Party (PD) after a bruising defeat in Sunday's general election.
Consultations begin in the Catalan parliament to replace self-exiled leader Carles Puigdemont.
Berlin calls on Washington not to take a “wrong path” by putting tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Italy’s League party says it has the right to lead a future right wing government in Italy.
Russia says it has proof in its possession showing that the United States is trying to interfere in the country’s upcoming presidential election.
Exit polls show that Italy is set for hung parliament after voters support right-leaning and populist parties.
The Russian president says Moscow will never extradite the 13 Russians indicted by the US for election-meddling claims.
The EU is to impose more income taxes on internet giants like Amazon and Facebook.
An apartment block has collapsed in Poland's western city of Poznan, killing four people and injuring 24 others.
Merkel is optimistic about a coalition with the SPD, saying that would benefit Germany in General.
Members of Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) decisively vote in favor of entering a new coalition government with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc.
Millions of Italians are going to the polls to cast their ballots in general elections.
Slain Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak has been laid to rest in his wedding suit as fury rages an increase in corruption.
Russia slams US sanctions against Moscow as illegal and harmful.
Greek officials deny they have plans to exchange soldiers with Turkey.
The Russian president has called on Washington to provide Moscow with hard evidence regarding meddling allegations.
A Russian defense official says the US is planning to encircle Russia with 400 anti-ballistic missiles as part of its military buildup in Eastern Europe.
Police moved in to dismantle a protest camp near the parliament building and met with resistance by protesters.