A U.S. federal judge Tuesday approved Volkswagen AG's record-setting $14.7 billion settlement with regulators and owners of 475,000 polluting diesel vehicles, and the German automaker said it would be
Hungary's Foreign Ministry has summoned the Russian ambassador over reportedly disparaging remarks on Russian state media about Hungary's 1956 anti-Soviet uprising.
The Belgian region of Wallonia will stop negotiations aimed at salvaging a landmark EU-Canada trade deal if it receives more ultimatums, the region's leader Paul Magnette said Tuesday.
Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, the largest in Russia, has invested $865 million into building a new terminal and expanding its operations ahead of the 2018 World Cup, its chief executive said Tuesday.
Spain's Socialists will not approve any budgets proposed by an incoming center-right government, the party's interim head said Tuesday, highlighting how a policy deadlock could persist with a new admi
French investigators said Tuesday they were searching for clues into the abduction of a 76-year-old luxury hotel owner a day after she was snatched near her Riviera home.
France must fix the "many mistakes" that have been made on tax policy, the leading candidate in next year's presidential election Alain Juppe said Tuesday, saying that would help Paris win the battle
A group of about 20 workers began Tuesday to slowly destroy the Calais "Jungle" camp structures using sledgehammers and by hand, according to a Reuters reporter at the scene, who also saw two small bu
A British Airways flight from San Francisco to London was diverted to Vancouver after members of the cabin crew became unwell, the airline said Tuesday.
The 20-truck convoy includes 527 tons of aid
Norwegian authorities say there has been a small leak of radioactive iodine at a nuclear reactor in Halden, in southern Norway.
Building a third runway at Heathrow Airport is not the right thing to do and risks fueling a clamor for a fourth runway to be built in future, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Tuesday after the go
A large fire was visible in the northern part of the Calais "Jungle" Tuesday, on a scale beyond those that can be seen on any day at the migrant camp, according to a Reuters reporter at the scene.
It said the group was led by Syla, who surrendered to authorities in April two days after a major police probe and was placed under house arrest.
Two Ugandans were arrested outside the U.S. Embassy in Kampala Tuesday morning while taking part in a demonstration of support for U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Bangladesh police said Tuesday they shot dead two members of the country's largest Islamist party in gunfights, as a rights activist demanded an independent probe on concerns of extrajudicial killings
Obama administration officials sought on Monday to reassure the public that it was taking steps to counter new types of cyber attacks such as the one Friday that rendered Twitter, Spotify, Netflix and
Col. Habiarimana Mucebo is said to be in charge of intelligence in the Rwandan extremist group, FDLR
An elite unit of the Iraqi army paused its week-long advance on Mosul as it approached the city's eastern edge on Tuesday, waiting for other U.S.-backed forces to close in on Islamic State's last majo
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French President Francois Hollande called Tuesday on the U.S.-led coalition backing the offensive against ISIS in Mosul to prepare for the aftermath of the city's fall, including returning extremists.
Asylum seeker numbers in Sweden are set to drop by around 80 percent this year from a record 163,000 in 2015 as a result of tighter borders and tougher immigration rules, a government agency said Tues
WOODSTOCK, Ontario (AP) — Police say a nurse has been charged with the murders of eight elderly people at nursing homes in southwestern Ontario over seven years. Woodstock Police Chief William Renton
NEW YORK (AP) — Wells Fargo has launched a new advertising campaign to address the company’s ongoing sales practices scandal and what it is doing to make things right for its customers. The cam
French authorities transfer about 2,500 people voluntarily out of the informal camp for refugees and migrants
French authorities started tearing down sections of the sprawling migrant camp in the coastal town of Calais, as part of France’s most concerted effort so far to end a humanitarian crisis in its own b
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — The United Nations envoy to Yemen has handed an outline for a peace plan to Houthi rebels in control of the capital which includes depriving their rival, President Abed-Rabbo Mans
WANAQUE, N.J. (AP) — State police have released the name of a father killed when he jumped off a New Jersey highway bridge with his two young sons, seriously injuring the children. They also say a pr
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A birther date in Venezuela is heating up as President Nicolas Maduro’s opponents seek to push the embattled socialist leader from office at any cost. On Tuesday, the
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain on Tuesday backed a $22 billion expansion of Heathrow Airport, ending 25 years of indecision and promising to boost global trade links following the vote to leave the Europe
The Gates Foundation has given the UW its largest donation ever to build a home for a new initiative to improve global health.
The U.N. Refugee Agency said the camp “is not an environment fit for human habitation.”
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken to Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament, in an attempt to salvage Canada's free trade deal with Europe, sources say.
A government offi
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash in which Christophe de Margerie, the CEO of Total, was killed had been drinking alcohol, Russia's aviation regulator said on Tue