Russia slams UK's Boris Johnson for comparing Putin with Hitler
The Kremlin criticized UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday for drawing a comparison between Russia's promotion of its hosting of the 2018 soccer World Cup and Adolf Hitler's use of the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Russia accuses US of nerve agent attack
Just a day after President Trump congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election victory, the Kremlin suggested that the US was responsible for the poisoning of a former spy in Britain. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen has the story.
Where and when did nerve agent attack happen?
CNN's Melissa Bell looks into the timeline behind the military grade nerve agent attack against former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yuilia in Salisbury on March 4.
Man Utd wants professional women's team
Criticized for being out of step in only running senior men's football teams, leading English club Manchester United have moved a step closer to forming a professional women's side.
Sarkozy: I'm 'accused without evidence'
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy says there is no evidence to support allegations he illegally accepted money from Libya to finance his 2007 election campaign.
New taxes in Europe for Google and Facebook
Was F1 right to scrap 'grid girls'?
For 25-year-old Melissa James, becoming a Formula One "grid girl" was the pinnacle of her career. James grew up watching motorsports, so working at the world-class race was a dream come true.
Mourinho baffled by criticism
Jose Mourinho's second season at Manchester United is proving a bumpy ride.
Tear gas set off in Kosovo Parliament by opposition
Opposition lawmakers set off tear gas canisters in Kosovo's Parliament chamber on Wednesday in an attempt to prevent the ratification of a border agreement with neighboring Montenegro.
Queen's 'secret message in a bottle'
How the Games became integral to Her Majesty the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family.
Russian envoys expelled by UK head home
Twenty-three Russian diplomats expelled from the UK over the poisoning of a former spy on British soil have begun their journey to Moscow, Russia state news agency TASS reported.
Harry, Meghan reveal wedding cake details
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed who will make the cake for their May 19 wedding.
Putin: From accidental president to defender of Fortress Russia
The first time I saw Vladimir Putin face-to-face was a cold night in March 2000. He had just won his very first election and had arrived at his campaign headquarters, ready to answer questions from reporters.
UK and EU strike Brexit transition deal
The UK has reached a joint legal agreement with the European Union on the terms of a Brexit transition deal, a milestone development in the tortured negotiations to extricate Britain from the bloc.
UK has 'proof Russia stockpiled nerve agent'
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday sloughed off the notion that Russia was behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter, saying "any sensible person would understand that this is delirium and nonsense, it is unthinkable that we would do such a thing."
Sweden pledges to support US-N Korea dialogue
Sweden's top diplomat said Friday that her country stands ready to assist the United States and North Korea in moving forward a historic dialogue between the two nations.
Meet the 79-year-old man who lives alone on an Italian island
Mauro Morandi has been the sole resident of the Isle of Budelli, near Sardinia, for nearly three decades.
36 beautiful reasons to visit Greece
From the beaches of Paros to the ruins of Crete, the mainland and islands of Greece have all the ingredients for a perfect vacation. And don't forget the tasty Greek food.
The prison for Greenland's most dangerous criminals
Nestled into the stunning Arctic landscape with panoramic views of sparkling fjords and snowy mountains, Ny Anstalt could easily be mistaken for a luxury ski lodge. But this stylish complex in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is actually a prison.
Russia vs. US: Where is life better?
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to win the March 18 election by a wide margin, but that doesn't mean Russians are happy with the way things are.
Royal engagements through the years
McIlroy wins for the first time since 2016
Finland's best ski resort
Thieves make off with millions worth of jewels
A shop inside Paris' Ritz Hotel was robbed of millions of euros worth of jewels by thieves reportedly armed with axes.
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.