Mr. Abdeslam is believed to be the only surviving member of the coordinated attacks in and around Paris, but the trial in Belgium did not directly address that assault.
Little has changed on the Scottish island of Islay since its iconic whisky distilleries were profiled in Alfred Barnard’s famously detailed Victorian era book.
Catherine and her husband, Prince William, announced in September that they were expecting their third child
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Europe is outsourcing border management to distant countries, hoping to stop migrants before they cross the Mediterranean. But there may be a high moral cost.
The resignation of WPP’s Martin Sorrell shocked the industry and also highlighted the question of what‘s next for advertising companies in a dynamic era.
The British artist Michael Pinsky invited the public to sample some of the world’s most contaminated air by creating globes they could walk through.
Party members chose Andrea Nahles as their first female leader, hoping her combative, independent style can revive their flagging poll numbers.
Burning coal is a part of daily life in Poland. As a result the country has some the most polluted air in the European Union, and 33 of its 50 dirtiest cities.
Manuel Valls, a former prime minister of France, could make a bid to be the city’s mayor for a party that has become a bulwark against Catalan secessionism.
The French president leaves on Monday for a state visit to Washington, where he will try, once again, to close the gap with President Trump on climate change, Iran and trade.
The appointment by Parliament last week of Serzh Sarksyan as prime minister after a 10-year term as president has prompted outrage.
The new cannabis product has created a booming but unregulated economy in Italy. Is it a bubble waiting to be burst?
A court has ruled an Algerian woman’s refusal to shake hands with male officials at a naturalization ceremony was grounds for denying her citizenship.
No fewer than nine groups have come together to work for a “people’s vote” on whatever deal the government negotiates with the E.U.
Incursions by Turkish military ships and jets into Greek territory have spiked and the potential for conflict is the greatest it has been in 20 years.
Investigators identified the suspects by scanning flight manifests for passengers entering and exiting Britain, The Daily Telegraph reported. The police would not confirm the report.
Charges against Jean-Claude Arnault, a cultural arbiter, have rocked the Swedish Academy. It is forwarding to the police some results of its investigation.
Representatives cited her distress over “recent events” in Israel, without elaborating. Many took it to mean the deadly protests in Gaza.
By placing old master paintings alongside contemporary art, curators hope to make us look at both differently.