Montenegrins voted in general elections as Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic (pictured) looked to secure a new mandate to navigate the economic crisis and bring his country closer to EU and NATO membership.
Spanish investigative judge Baltasar Garzon (photo) may launch a probe into the former Bush administration legal team that created the Guantanamo Bay prison camp, including ex-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
Tens of thousands of trade unionists, environmental campaigners and anti-globalisation activists launched protests in the streets of London, and in cities in France and Germany, ahead of a G20 summit that begins April 2 in London.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi kicked off a long-expected party congress for his new People of Freedom party, uniting extreme-right and centre-right forces under his increasingly dominant leadership.
Italian police arrested a 64-year-old man near Turin, who had allegedly been forcing his daughter to have sex with him for 25 years - from the time she was nine years old. Her brother has also been accused of raping his four daughters.
The International Atomic Energy Agency has failed to agree on who will succeed outgoing director Mohamed ElBaradei. Members will try again in May to find a candidate acceptable to industralised and developing nations.
As NATO celebrates its 60th anniversary on April 4, it faces tough questions about what role it should play on the global stage. Throughout its history, the alliance has encountered critical moments that have helped define its future.
Police in Northern Ireland charged a man, reportedly leading republican Colin Duffy, with the murder of two British soldiers earlier this month, the deadliest attack in the province in more than a decade.