How some European countries are tightening refugee policies
US President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new executive order this week that would temporarily halt travel from citizens of seven nations he says pose a high risk of terrorism.
Russia: Montenegro coup claims damaging to relations
Russia hit back Wednesday over allegations it was involved in a failed coup in Montenegro and an attempt to assassinate the country's former Prime Minister, describing the claims as damaging to relations between the two nations.
Russian, Ukrainian tensions evident at UN
The UN Security Council paid public tribute to late Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin on Tuesday -- but tensions simmered behind the scenes, as Ukraine blocked a more formal statement of condolences.
Le Pen: Bodyguard, chief of staff quizzed
Marine Le Pen's bid to become French president has become embroiled in a police investigation after her bodyguard and chief of staff were questioned and placed in custody Wednesday.
Macron tries to lure UK talent to France
French Presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron said he hoped to attract talented British bankers and academics to France in the wake of the UK's departure from the European Union.
UK's House of Lords thrashes out Brexit bill
Unfettered by the concerns of voters, the UK's unelected House of Lords has begun its second day of debate on the "key purpose and principles" of legislation to withdraw from the European Union.
Le Pen refuses to wear headscarf
France's Marine Le Pen canceled a meeting with Lebanon's Grand Mufti Tuesday after refusing to wear a headscarf.
Opinion: Real meaning of UK debate on Trump visit
Does the British parliamentary debate that took place tonight have a real chance of blocking Donald Trump's proposed state visit to the United Kingdom?
Riots break out in Swedish capital
Police in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, have faced multiple instances of unrest in the city's suburbs just 48 hours after President Trump criticized the country's crime rate.
Continued violations of Ukraine ceasefire
Peace in Eastern Ukraine remains tenuous as a spate of violations of a newly implemented ceasefire continued overnight into Wednesday.
UK: Earn $23K to bring foreign spouse
The UK Supreme Court upheld immigration rules Wednesday that require British citizens to have a certain level of income to bring their foreign spouses to Britain.
Iceland's President to ban pineapple pizza?
Iceland's president Guðni Th. Jóhannesson is NOT a fan.
Men kept as 'slaves' in remote Scottish hotel
The snow-capped mountains in Appin, West Scotland, are a hiker's paradise. They attract hundreds of tourists every year and up until a couple of years ago, many would have stayed at the 37-bedroom Stewart hotel.
Couple loses legal battle over civil partnership
A heterosexual couple in Britain have lost their court battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership -- an alternative to marriage that is reserved for same-sex couples in the UK.
Muslim teacher denied entry to US
Keeper's midgame pie sparks gambling probe
It started as a hilarious highlight to an otherwise lackluster soccer match: Sutton United's "roly-poly goalie" Wayne Shaw caught snacking on a pie during the second half of the club's FA Cup match against Arsenal.
First look at F1's new 'aggressive' design
Sauber is the first of F1's 10 teams to reveal its new car for the 2017 season.
Dimitar Berbatov: '35 is the new 25'
Ski resorts you can fly into
Poetry and politics at Tillmans' show
Gene Simmons on Prince: He 'did it all'
KISS bassist Gene Simmons speaks to CNN's Pamela Brown about his immense respect for Prince.
Mysterious fireball lights up night sky
A bright glowing object, believed to be a meteor, flashed through the atmosphere above northeast Scotland, lighting the night sky and startling residents.
The crystal Bible to last a billion years
Researchers in the U.K. have developed digital data discs that can survive possibly longer than the human race.
Cricket spaghetti sold in France
This business in northeastern France is making pasta out of creepy crawlies.
What is the European Union?
CNN's Max Foster explains the origins and founding philosophy of the European Union.
500-year-old shipwreck emerges from river
A 15th century merchant ship has been raised from a riverbed in the Netherlands.
Jews leave France in record numbers
New data from Israel shows that a record number of French Jews have left France in the twelve months since the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Your kiwi fruit's long journey
3D printing tech needs to catch up to demand
This 'bank' prints $300 billion in toy money