Major French media outlets will try a new strategy to curb terrorism in Europe: a news blackout of names and photos of attackers.
Russia analysts and economists say the former Soviet empire is in an irreversible decline that poses threats to the West.
The world is at war, but it is not a war of religions, Pope Francis said Wednesday as he traveled to Poland on his first visit to Central and Eastern Europe in the shadow of the slaying of a priest in France.
President Obama expressed condolences Wednesday to German Chancellor Angela Merkel over recent terrorist attacks and other violence in southern Germany.
A pair of Islamic State-linked terrorists slit a priest’s throat at the altar of a Catholic church in northern France on Tuesday before videotaping a “sermon” in Arabic to mark the ritualistic slaughter — the fourth attack in a week by the terrorist group, which since June has claimed responsibility for killing more than 600 people in several countries, including the U.S.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s press secretary said Tuesday that it’s “absurd” to think the Kremlin is responsible for hacking the U.S. Democratic National Committee, as Hillary Clinton’s camp has suggested.
One of the men who killed a Roman Catholic priest in Normandy, France, on Tuesday may have been a known terrorist who tried to join the Islamic State.
After a string of Islamic State-inspired attacks, the leader of the right-wing Dutch Party for Freedom has called on the European Union to ban Muslim immigration into its borders.
Four Roman Catholic nuns in Argentina are being investigated by church officials on suspicion of helping a former government official hide up to $9 million in cash and jewels in their convent.
One newborn was killed and another left in critical condition after an Australian hospital accidentally administered “laughing gas” instead of oxygen to each child.