Jean-Claude Juncker has called for the EU to collaborate more on defense projects.
Europe's press eviscerated Theresa May for Britain's election 'madness.'
Less than an hour's car ride from the trenches, you'd hardly know there was a war on.
After many fallouts between Turkey and its European allies, 18 EU nations and Canada are reportedly vetoing plans to host NATO's next summit in Istanbul.
The German Chancellor was unimpressed with Trump's failure to commit to the Paris climate deal during the G7 summit.
The U.S. president blasted Germany's auto industry once again but made no mention of German-owned car plants in the U.S.
The holy month of Ramadan begins Friday night, sparking fears of further attacks in Western countries after a surge of assaults during the same month last year.
The Tory Party's manifesto heightens the chance of drawn out negotiations and the hardest of Brexits.
"We remember fascism. We never thought it would happen in America."
Young Muslim organizers are fighting back against hatred and far right extremism in central Munich, with the help of a local church.
Bibiana Steinhaus will become the first female referee in the top tier of German men's soccer.
The surprise move comes as the Eurofighter, Germany's joint military creation with its neighbors, faces technical challenges and the cost of U.S. jets declines.
Germany's army "has to send signals both internally and externally that it is not rooted in the tradition" of the Nazi-era military, said Ursula von der Leyen.
There were 62 applications in the U.S. in January 2016. The number for November was 124, and in January it was 159.
A total of 268 refugees—including 60 children—lost their lives in a shipwreck south of the Italian island of Lampedusa.
A new poll suggests Merkel's party will beat the opposition SPD September's elections, extending her 12-year chancellorship.
The head of the NSA has said he sees no letup in Russia's attempts to interfere in other countries' elections.
Despite Vladimir Putin's phone call to Macron, the Russian political establishment is not celebrating.
The French election is about more than just France. Europe's future is at a crossroads.
The killer clown craze started in the U.S. and quickly spread to Europe.
The two leaders' differing views on trade, Russia and immigration led to some uncomfortable moments at a joint news conference which ended oddly.