Austria's Constitutional Court has thrown out complaints by Turkish imams expelled under a 2015 law that prevents religious communities from getting funding from foreign states
European Union leaders say they are likely to grant Britain a short delay to its departure if the U.K. government can win parliamentary support next week for its EU divorce deal
Austria's leader is backing a delay to Britain's exit from the European Union but is keen to ensure that Britain doesn't participate in the May 23-26 European Parliament elections
Seems like everyone knows Rihanna’s name but a member of the royal family Needed some help from one of his sons about the Barbados native. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
An Iraqi official says a ferry overloaded with people celebrating the Kurdish new year sank in the Tigris River near Mosul, killing at least 55 people, mainly women and children
Next time think twice before you steal the toiletries from your hotel bathroom, because that soap is destined for bigger and better things. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.
Cyprus' interior minister says he has asked the European Union for access to its security intelligence network in order to better screen arriving migrants
“Golf is like bike shorts. It reveals a lot about a man,” says sportswriter Rick Reilly. His new book "Commander in Cheat" draws comparisons between Trump's ethics on the golf course and behavior as President.
Germany's transport ministry has issued its first operating license for a driver assistance system meant to reduce the number of cyclists or pedestrians killed by turning vehicles
Turkey's president has again screened clips of a video taken by the Christchurch mosque gunman, a day before the foreign minister of New Zealand _ which is trying to stop its use _ is due in Turkey
The Netherlands has woken up to a new star of right-wing populism, as the party of a Latin-quoting, philosophy-reading lawmaker surged past anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders _ and all other politicians _ in important local elections
More than 300 soldiers have arrived in Germany from their base in Texas in the first test of a new American strategy to rapidly deploy U.S.-based troops to Europe to bolster the NATO deterrent against possible Russian aggression