Authorities are trying to establish whether the man who killed four people in the city of Liege this week acted alone.
Here's a look at the argument over Israel's use of lethal force against Palestinians protesting at the border fence.
Turkey expels Israel’s ambassador, Ireland and Belgium summon their Israeli envoys and leading European countries and the U.N. human rights office call for an investigation of the bloodshed.
The fugitive ex-president of the Spanish region of Catalonia is seized by German police on an international warrant as he tries to enter the country from Denmark.
Ending months of political uncertainty, the center-left Social Democrats vote overwhelmingly to remain in a coalition with Chancellor Merkel's conservative bloc.
Despite significant problems and unequal income distribution, Iran’s economy is seeing bright spots that the Western press rarely admits.
A hashtag with roots in a movement started 10 years ago has reignited a much-needed conversation on sexual harassment, in the U.S. and abroad.
Recoiling from last week's carnage in Brussels, Americans may be attracted to the "tough" posturing of Trump and Cruz. Yet we know that the leaders of Islamic State welcome such signs of panic.