Greek border, Chaotic clashes as police struggle to maintain control

Greek riot police struggled to maintain order Thursday after chaotic clashes between asylum-seekers at the country's border with Macedonia, where thousands seeking a new life in the European Union have seen their long trek north brought to an abrupt halt by closed borders and new rules.

Valletta Alive Foundation ‘concerned’ over new planning legislation impact

The Valletta Alive Foundation is concerned about the impact that the new planning legislation will have on urban conservation areas, and in particular on Valletta.

UK Parliament to vote on Cameron's bid for airstrikes

The British Parliament is set to decide whether to take more aggressive action against Islamic State extremists by launching airstrikes inside Syria.

Socialists and Democrats call for European Parliament inquiry into VW case

The group of the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament is calling for an inquiry committee on the scandal of illegal defeat software designed to manipulate the real car emissions.

Pope Francis visits Central African Republic mosque

Pope Francis ventured into the volatile Muslim enclave of Central African Republic's capital on Monday and brought his message of reconciliation to the city's main mosque, insisting that Christians and Muslims have long lived peacefully together here and that religion can never justify violence.

Two men climb onto Buckingham Palace roof

British police say two men have scaled Buckingham Palace in an apparent protest over fathers' rights.

London's Metropolitan Police force said officers were called Sunday afternoon to reports of a protest at the Queen's Gallery, part of the royal residence.

Roma struggle defensively again in 2-0 home loss to Atalanta

 Five days after a humiliating 6-1 rout by Barcelona in the Champions League, Roma's defensive deficiencies were highlighted again in an alarming 2-0 loss at home to Atalanta in Serie A on Sunday.