World remembers Auschwitz liberation 70 years onSeventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, Holocaust survivors and world leaders gathered in Poland Tuesday for a commemoration ceremony to mark the date.
Auschwitz survivors return 70 years after liberationSome of the last remaining survivors of Auschwitz will return to the site of the Nazi death camp in Poland on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of its liberation by Soviet…
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Syriza victory ‘a challenge for Europe’s moderate left’Left-wing European parties are hoping Syriza’s election win in Greece will lead to a “domino effect” across the austerity-struck continent. French historian Marc Lazar told…
Nine French among dead in fighter jet crash in SpainEleven people were killed – including nine French nationals – and several injured after a Greek fighter plane crashed upon takeoff during NATO training in Spain on Monday.
Several dead in Ukraine fighting as rebels press offensiveAt least nine people, including seven soldiers, have been killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine over the past 24 hours, officials said Monday, two days after a series of rocket…
In pictures: Greek voters reject austerity in defiance of EUGreece’s radical-left Syriza swept to power on Sunday on a promise to end the painful belt-tightening policies imposed on the country by its EU partners.
Greek radical-left leader vows to end 'humiliation and pain'Greek leftist leader Alexis Tsipras promised on Sunday that five years of austerity, “humiliation and pain” imposed by international creditors were over after his Syriza party…
Greeks go to polls in critical snap general electionGreeks began voting Sunday in a high-stakes election that could put the country, economically battered by crippling austerity measures, on a collision course with the European…
Independent Greeks emerge as Syriza coalition optionThe anti-bailout Independent Greeks party has emerged as a potential coalition partner for Syriza should the leftists win Sunday’s election, as polls predict.
Rebels launch deadly offensive in Ukraine's MariupolIndiscriminate rocket fire slammed into a market, schools, homes and shops Saturday in Ukraine’s southeastern city of Mariupol, killing at least 30 people, authorities said.
Separatists reject ceasefire talks, announce fresh offensiveA rebel leader on Friday rejected any further talk of a ceasefire and announced a new multi-pronged offensive against Ukrainian troops in the Donetsk region.
Belgium seeks man linked to museum attacks suspectBelgian police are looking for a man with possible links to the suspect in a May attack at the Jewish Museum in Brussels that left four dead. The man was seen with Mehdi…
Video: The fight to defend Ukraine’s strategic DebaltseveAs fighting in eastern Ukraine continues, the country’s military is struggling to defend the town of Debaltseve, which lies on a strategic road 70 km northeast of Donetsk. FRANCE…
In pictures: Syriza rally marks return of hope for GreeceThousands gathered in central Athens on Thursday to hear Greece’s left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras hail a new era of hope for the downtrodden country as his anti-austerity Syriza…