Hillary Clinton's emails reveal that former British leader told Gadhafi to find a "safe place."
Humans rights groups are fair game for the government, whether they're guilty or not.
Republican frontrunner says he would send every Syrian refugee home if he becomes president.
These are the things Europe's leaders need to pay attention to.
The Palestinian president said that recent Israeli actions could lead to a religious war.
The mayor of Kiev spoke with Nemtsov's daughter about the idea.
The Scottish government stands ready to help if asked by either side.
Western governments should be warned that including Assad will only prolong the conflict.
Moroccan authorities have blocked the first Ikea store opening in the country.
The new poll found that a majority of Russians also oppose taking in refugees.
The report accuses the Turkish government of "systematic human rights violations."
Pro-Independence parties have said they will go about "constructing the state of Catalonia."
Anti-EU campaigners are using a pact with Ukraine to question the Netherlands position in Europe.
Russian diplomat brand's Poroshenko's speech "openly politicized and aggressive."
President Joachim Gauck said that there are limits to Germany's ability to take people in.
The far-right Freedom Party came second in a state election on Sunday.
Vincent Nichols also warns that Christian refugees could be left behind in Middle East camps.