The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has denounced a European Union proposal to create a UN-backed ...
Two-way traffic has been restored on a Russian-built bridge that connects Russia to the Crimean Peninsula, which it seized ...
Fifty years after Yugoslavian authorities demolished a chapel atop Montenegro's Mount Lovcen, the memorial that stands in its ...
Two Iranian women who fled to Armenia with their families have told RFE/RL they fear for their lives should they be forced to ...
Russian prosecutors have asked a Moscow court to sentence opposition politician and Kremlin critic Ilya Yashin to nine years ...
A leaked audio file from the Iranian pro-regime Coalition Council of Islamic Revolution Forces, appears to show the secretary ...
As European Union leaders and officials from the Western Balkans prepare for a regional summit in Tirana, Albania, on ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that expands an existing ban on promoting "LGBT propaganda" to children by ...
I'm RFE/RL Europe Editor Rikard Jozwiak, and this week I'm drilling down on two major issues: the EU's adoption of a global ...
Georgia's jailed ex-president, Mikheil Saakashvili, was "poisoned" in custody by heavy metals and risks dying without proper ...
A price cap of $60 per barrel imposed on seaborne Russian oil by the Group of Seven (G7) leading economies, the European ...
The European Commission launched an action plan on December 5 detailing how it plans to clamp down on illegal migration into ...