About 150 people suffered breathing problems Thursday after sulphuric acid spilled from a burst tank
Chancellor Angela Merkel told lawmakers she stands by her 2013 complaint that "spying among friends"
The new US defence secretary has told Nato members that Washington will "moderate its commitment"
Authorities in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki say an unexploded World War II bomb
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the former German foreign minister who was a vocal critic of Donald Trump
Turkey will hold a referendum on April 16 on replacing its parliamentary system with the
Greece's third bailout programme could fall apart as the International Monetary Fund has not yet
Romania's justice minister resigned Thursday following mass protests over a law that would soften the
Prime Minister Theresa May won approval from parliament's lower chamber on Wednesday to trigger Britain's
A strike by ground staff at Berlin's two airports caused the cancellation of dozens of
Romania's center-left government faces a vote of no-confidence over a measure to decriminalise official misconduct,
Turkey's government has sacked nearly 4,500 more state employees as it appeared to press ahead