Dublin police officers had to set the apprehended man free, before officially and immediately detaining him themselves.
“Denmark, like Venezuela, has stripped people of their opportunities,” Fox's Trish Regan said, before receiving some updated information from Copenhagen.
The North Korean regime's official news agency said Putin told Kim he would like to meet him soon.
Vladimir Putin is looking for ideas to jump-start the economy and increase spending, but one rumored plan is already costing oligarchs billions.
A witness took photos of four naked or semi-naked people apparently engaging in indecent acts.
Beijing sent a U.S. navy plane six warnings to turn away from the South China Sea last week.
Sergey Lavrov says U.S. criticism won't prevent the two leaders from reconvening.
Ordnance disposal services in Germany get around a 1,000 calls per year, clearing up bombs dropped in the 1940s.
You can get free s'mores, a pizza-size marshmallow dessert, and even bag a free firepit for skewers.
The U.S. has already announced incoming sanctions against sensitive electronic imports and senators want fresh restrictions on Russian finance and investments.
Moscow has ignored Japan's qualms about warplanes on an island Tokyo claims, promising to keep it informed about "everything that happens on the territory of Russia."
"Nobody knows where it is, but when you find it, it’s amazing," reads Vilnius's new tourism ad.
Belgium's drought has approached record levels, and it is hitting the region responsible for bringing a major part of its festive spirit.
The Spanish Air Force fighter jet was flying alongside one Spanish and two French aircraft when it accidentally launched an air-to-air missile above Estonia.
The drone was "neutralized" and fell into the sea, according to authorities.
The Russian government hit back on sanctions by taking Western cheese, fruit and foodstuffs, only to bulldozer them at the border.
Russia governed Alaska and patches of the Pacific coast as a colonial power and Moscow wants the actor to highlight Moscow's "legacy."
Roscosmos has become the subject of ridicule after budget cuts and high-profile setbacks.
Ukraine's president called for officials to draft an formal claim, as recent estimates from Kiev suggest the bill could exceed $50 billion.
A bipartisan bill wants to halt the possibility of returning to business as usual with the Kremlin, instead asking for a report on Putin's finances and those of his close associates.
“It’s absolutely clear that Russia needs to do more,” a State Department official said after a report that Russia has issued 700 new work permits this year.
The newly arrived Yandex Taxi app is a product of one of Russia's most successful and popular digital companies—and Lithuanian officials are suspicious.
Russian police found the antlers outside a small town near the Polish border.
Four protesters spent 15 days in police custody after invading the pitch at the World Cup final in Moscow.
"This is the only opportunity to own your own mountain that looks down at all of Los Angeles."
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, the question of where Ukrainians go to worship has become a political issue.