Fourteen people are injured and six are arrested ahead of the anniversary of the Catalan region's secession referendum.
Kathryn Mayorga seeks to void a previous out-of-court settlement and nondisclosure agreement from the alleged attack in 2009.
Scientists say 2,000 square miles of the country has lost permanent snow cover over the past 22 years and serious threats to the water supply and tourism have resulted.
Two Russian men charged in Britain in the attack on former agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia make a surprise appearance on the RT channel to claim their visit to Salisbury was merely an "incredible, fatal coincidence."
The men—reportedly in Russia and unlikely to ever stand trial—are accused of poisoning a former double agent and his daughter in Britain.
A 19-year-old Afghan citizen is in custody after he allegedly stabbed two U.S. tourists at the Dutch capital's main train station before being shot by police. The unidentified victims suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Vehicles plunge nearly 150 feet in the Morandi Bridge failure in Genoa during a sudden, violent storm. At least two survivors are pulled from the rubble by rescue workers using heavy equipment to search the wreckage.
Three people are injured as a driver plows his car into pedestrians and cyclists and into a barrier outside the House of Lords during the morning rush hour. Police are working to confirm the driver's identity.
The French energy company EDF says the actions were taken to avoid overheating rivers and harming aquatic life.
A governmental heritage agency document says construction “led to the direct loss” of up to a third of the dunes. An executive of Trump International dismisses the accusation.