New research details an extensive military buildup in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Russian President Vladimir Putin is supporting a Serbian politician's separatist ambitions.
Georgia is a small, mountainous country with around 4 million inhabitants that lies south of Russia bordering the Black Sea.
The annual event was reportedly almost three times the size it was last year.
How a territorial dispute can make your clocks slow down.
During his second full month in power, this European leader went to visit Putin.
Moscow's top diplomat has told Europeans to be wary of siding with "the only state" to use nuclear arms in wartime.
Arthur Wagner’s departure has caused a minor media sensation.
A pattern on the shard links the artifact to a region far from where it was found.
Germany's GSG-9 unit is to increase by a third as the radical Islamist threat to Europe persists.
The first two modern human cultures coexisted for many years, but until now it’s been unclear if one was borne from the other.
The U.S. military is making sure it's prepared to face threats in Europe.
Hosted between a handful of NATO allies, U.S. nuclear arms in Europe have been in place for decades.
A Muslim takeover is seen as a long shot, even if Europe's Muslim population triples.
"NATO needs to take note of the enormity of China’s influence," a former NATO and U.S. military leader said.
The U.S. currently has around 62,000 troops in Europe.
The change on Sunday morning will give Europeans an extra hour in bed.
The outgoing envoy for the European Union in Russia made the comments in a newspaper column.
Spain is far from descending into full-scale conflict. But the Catalan independence debate has the potential to prove seriously destabilizing.
Calls for restrictions are part of a sexist narrative about what women should wear in public.
Catalan officials believe the suspect on the run is the driver of the van in the Las Ramblas attack.
The West is increasingly at risk for attacks from ISIS and those inspired by it as countries cope with returning militants and alienated locals.
The jihadi group orders followers to strike train stations to cause mass disruption.
The West needs to keep diplomatic, economic and cultural relations with Russia, but it must be wary of embassies becoming nests for hostile intelligence activity.
The list includes Iraqis, Francophone nationals and other Europeans.