Germany's new defense minister is underlining her commitment to long-term military spending targets and says that financing must keep rising, telling critics that that reflects Germany's own needs rather than outside pressure
Incoming British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is assembling his top team, with a key job set to go to a controversial figure from the country's Brexit referendum campaign.
Libya's coast guard says it has intercepted around four dozen Europe-bound migrants off the Mediterranean coast and taken them to a detention center that was bombed earlier this month
The man who wowed the crowd on Bastille Day, whirling over France's invited leaders on his flyboard, is making final checks for his biggest challenge: soaring across the English Channel
Kosovo's former prime minister has arrived for questioning at a special court investigating alleged war crimes by separatist fighters of the Kosovo Liberation Army two decades ago
Alexei Navalny, Russia's most prominent opposition figure, has been detained by police and his lawyer says he has been charged with unlawfully organizing a public gathering
The U.S. and its allies have sunk billions of dollars of aid into Afghanistan since the invasion to oust the Taliban 18 years ago, but the country remains mired in poverty