An F18 fighter jet has crashed at a military base near Madrid marking the second deadly air crash in Spain in a week.
The new punitive measures adopted by Moscow and the European Union are aimed at pressuring Pyongyang to stop its nuclear weapons program.
The investigative journalist, who delved into allegations of high-level government corruption, was killed shortly after driving away from her home.
Two prominent Catalan independence leaders are jailed by the order of Spain's National Court over suspicion of crimes of sedition.
In a meeting with a South Korean lawmakers in St. Petersburg, a senior Russian calls on the North and the entire global community to respect UN resolutions.
Madrid says the Catalan president has until Thursday to drop the push for independence or Spain will take control of the region in its own hands.
A Russian deputy foreign minister dismisses calls by the United States to change certain parts of the international nuclear deal with Iran.
At least 27 people are killed in Portugal as the country is hit by a record number of forest fires, while four die in blazes said to be sparked by arsonists in Spain.
The leader of Austria’s conservative People’s Party declares victory in the country’s general elections, setting him up to become the EU’s youngest head of government.
German chancellor Merkel’s party trails behind SPD in elections in Lower Saxony.
Austrians begin voting in general elections dominated by the issue of refugees.
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has suggested that Germany introduce Muslim public holidays in its official regional calendars.
Putin made the remarks in an opening address to the 137th Assembly of Inter-Parliamentary Union in St. Petersburg.
The Spanish government will take control of Catalonia if its leader refrains from giving Madrid a definite answer on whether it has declared independence.
Hundreds of doctors in Poland have rallied for higher payment and increased funding for the health care system.
Russia denounces US President Donald Trump’s recent anti-Iran speech as a “hangover from the past.”
Russia says there are “serious problems” with an international investigation into an April chemical incident in Syria.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont comes under pressure from key allies to ignore Madrid’s ultimatum and declare secession from the mainland.
A senior Russian lawmaker says hos country may deploy more troops to the Kaliningrad amid increasing US military buildup in Poland.
The EU foreign policy chief says the US president is in no position to terminate Iran’s nuclear deal.
UNESCO’s executive board selects former French Culture Minister Audrey Azoulay as the new chief of the UN cultural agency.
The Kremlin warns the US that any move to abandon the JCPOA will deal a heavy blow to international security and non-proliferation efforts.
People rally in the Spanish cities of Madrid and Barcelona to show unity following a banned referendum on independence for Spain’s autonomous Catalonia region.
Germany’s foreign minister says Trump’s plans to undermine the Iran nuclear deal risks bringing EU allies closer to Russia and China.
Russia says the US has refused to let in its military delegation to take part at a joint event with China at the UN.
The European Commission last month offered initial backing to a Franco-German proposal to allow more permanent border checks within the bloc's Schengen free-travel zone.
The European Union and Britain are stuck in a "disturbing deadlock” in their Brexit negotiations, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says.
Moscow says Washington illegally built up forces in Poland during the Russian-Belarusian Zapad military drills last month.
Russia slams the US for “shamefully stealing” Russian flags from its former consulate building in San Francisco, which has been seized by Washington.
Public health workers in Athens protest against legislation that would introduce new civil service evaluation procedures.
Portugal’s prosecutors indict former Prime Minister Jose Socrates on graft and money laundering charges.
The Spanish PM says Madrid won’t negotiate Catalonia’s secession, giving the region’s separatist leaders until next Monday to clarify their plans.
Ukraine's anti-corruption bureau has said it had detained a deputy defense minister and another top military official for allegedly embezzling millions in state funding.
The Russian missile forces are testing the country's latest advanced missile in Southern Siberia.
Spain's government and main opposition Socialists have agreed to study reforming the constitution to try to end the crisis in Catalonia.
A Foreign Ministry official says Moscow may order Washington to further cut the number of its diplomats in Russia.
The government in Madrid dismisses Catalan's leader’s call for talks after he declared Catalonia’s independence from Spain.
Germany may need to wait until next year for a new government.
Russia is setting up a direct shipping line to Syria to help economic recovery in the Arab country.
The European Union is seeking to reopen its embassy in Libya pending security conditions.
French public sector workers have gone on strike, forcing airlines to cancel hundreds of flights and disrupting school activities.
International experts have warned about security shortcomings at French and Belgian nuclear plants.
The Spanish police surround Catalonia’s parliament hours before a potential declaration of independence.
Russia says the United States is only pretending to be fighting the Daesh terrorist group in Syria and Iraq.
Russia says one of its Sukhoi Su-24 warplanes has crashed while preparing for take-off in Syria’s northwestern Latakia Province, killing the crew.
The Russian FM tells his US counterpart that Washington could face retaliation if it fails to return the diplomatic properties it has ‘illegally seized’ from Moscow.
Andrej Babis, the Czech billionaire who is a leading candidate to become prime minister in elections next week, says is charged with fraud over EU subsidies received by one of his companies.
A Sarajevo court has acquitted Naser Oric, a commander revered by many as the defender of Muslims during Bosnia's 1990s conflict but viewed as a butcher by Serbs, of war crimes charges.
The NATO chief says the Western military alliance is not after a fresh confrontation with Russia.
If recognized, Catalonia’s potential independence declaration would mean its ‘automatic’ exit from the EU, a French minister warns.
Moscow warns the activity of US media outlet in Russia could be restricted.
The pro-unity protesters in central Barcelona wave Spanish and Catalan flags.
People in Russia stage separate anti-government rallies in the country, clashing with police.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says Madrid would not rule out suspending Catalonia’s autonomous status if its leaders declare independence.
Danish police have found the severed head and legs of Kim Wall, suspected to have been murdered on board a submarine.
Merkel said Saturday she would support efforts to build a new coalition with the Free Democratic Party and Greens.
Spaniards march for unity as the Catalonia parliament plans declaration of independence.
A French woman has been given a 10-year jail term for encouraging his son to fight alongside Takfiri Daesh terrorists in Syria.
Russia says its counter-terrorism airstrikes in Syria have killed a total of 180 militants over the past 24 hours.
Spain braced for more protests Saturday despite tentative signs that Catalonia and Madrid may be seeking to defuse a recent crisis.
Spain's third-biggest bank CaixaBank says it has decided to shift its registered domicile out of Catalonia after separatist leaders threatened to declare the region independent.
Spanish National and Civil Guard police officers protest in Madrid, calling for equal wages with regional police forces.
The Kremlin spokesman said the military cooperation would go on but it would not be directed against a third party.
Spain’s national court has summoned four Catalan officials, including the region’s police chief, for a hearing over allegations of sedition.
The European Union will not breach its obligations under a multilateral nuclear deal with Iran even if the US does so, says a European official.
Seven people have died as high winds knocked over trees and caused widespread travel chaos in northern Germany.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi King Salman have held talks behind closed doors in the Russian capital of Moscow.
German prosecutors drop an investigation into alleged mass surveillance of internet and phone by the NSA and its British partner .
From the 450 German companies surveyed by the audit and consulting company EY, 44 percent said they had been spied on.
Spain suspends a session of Catalonia’s parliament on declaring independence.
Apart from dashing patient hopes, allowing unproven medicine onto the market unnecessarily exposed people to toxicity inherent in all drugs, while inflating state pharmaceutical spending.
Catalan leaders are likely to proclaim independence from Spain on Monday, a week after the already autonomous region held a banned referendum on secession.
Some members of Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and possible coalition partners have supported the idea.
King Salman arrived at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport on a historic first visit.
European Commission's First Vice President Timmermans said it was time to "find a way out of the impasse."
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain's government wants Brexit negotiations to succeed but is preparing for a scenario in which they could fail.
President Putin says Moscow supports Iran's nuclear deal because the International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed Tehran’s commitment to it.
Russia says US forces stationed in Syria's eastern border region are providing Daesh with intelligence.
Russia begins an investigation into the Daesh claims of capturing soldiers in eastern Syria.
The European Union has turned the screw on US tech giants, ordering Amazon to repay Luxembourg 250 million euros in back taxes.
Catalonians march in Barcelona to protest Spanish police brutality during a banned independence referendum for the region.
A group of seven EU countries has been involved in quiet diplomacy to calm tensions between North Korea and the US, but they are seeing their chances dwindle.
The caretaker Dutch defense minister resigns over a report blaming her ministry for failures that led to the death of two Dutch soldiers in Mali.
Spain's King Felipe VI accuses Catalan leaders of risking the county’s security and stability with their independence referendum.
France’s lower house of parliament approved a new anti-terror bill, which according to rights groups, will infringe on civil freedoms.
Moscow denied Tuesday that two Russian soldiers were captured by Daesh in eastern Syria.
President Putin called for "constructive and mutually beneficial" relations with the United States.
World's number one tennis icon, Rafael Nadal, has said that sport and politics must be separated, after Barcelona and Spanish football were dragged into the fall-out of the independence referendum in Catalonia.
Moscow says American officials broke into residences of the Russian consulate in San Francisco despite warnings against such illegal measures.
The work stoppage, called by 40 Catalan unions and associations, is expected to disrupt flights, train services and port operations in the region.
A Moscow court sentences Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to 20 days in jail for violating laws.