The world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Double-digit unemployment and rising inequality have ravaged the continent. A return to traditional currencies may offer a solution.
According to South Korea's spy agency, Jo Song Gil and his wife went into hiding in November. A defection would embarrass leader Kim Jong Un.
Spanish aid group, which made the rescue in waters near Libya, sets off for port at Algeciras after calls to other nations go unanswered.
A prosecutor in Sicily alleges that the delayed response ultimately led to the death of 76 people, including a baby.
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.
Migrants in distress at sea tell their rescuers that several ships passed them by without offering assistance.
Immigrants, sons of immigrants and grandsons of immigrants bond together with scions of families that have been French for generations, all for the rouge, blanc et bleu. And for only the second time, France is the World Cup champion.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says the natural gas pipeline venture between Germany and Russia "is an absolutely political project" and poses a "danger" for Europe's energy security and competitiveness.
Roughly one in six migrants who set out in traffickers' unseaworthy boats from Libya died in June, a period that corresponds to crackdowns by Italy and Malta against private rescue boats operating in the area.