Several Britons agreed to give up their eldest child in a free wifi experiment.
A KFC branch in England was so worried about offending Muslims that it refused to provide hand wipes containing alcohol to customers.
Germany condemns suspected cases of abuse against refugees by security guards.
Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic is called a liar in closing remarks by prosecutors at his genocide trial.
A monster truck outfitted with tractor-sized wheels has crashed into a crowd during a show in the Netherlands, killing three people and injuring at least a dozen.
British PM David Cameron kicking himself for breach of royal protocol.
The US and Russia see Islamic State as a common enemy but are failing to overcome deep mutual distrust.
A seven-year-old girl has been killed in the sudden eruption of a mud geyser at a nature reserve in Sicily, and her nine-year-old brother remains missing.
British Parliament votes to approve air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq.
Russia alleges Ukrainian forces tortured and killed four civilians, while Kiev says this is "another example of Russian media disinformation".
The fighting has subsided in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic, but the fear and abductions have not.
A cruise liner returning from Greece was pressed into action in rough seas off Cyprus to rescue some 300 people thought to be Syrian refugees whose trawler had run into trouble.
David Cameron urged world leaders to adopt 10 global goals to end extreme poverty in 15 years.
Obama recent gaffe was ho-hum compared to some the faux pas screamers other politicians have committed.
Deborah Mitford, youngest of the shocking but always entertaining Mitford sisters, has died at 94.
Algerian extremists allied to Islamic State militants decapitate a French hostage after France ignored their demand to stop airstrikes in Iraq.
Police have arrested more than 1000 suspects and rescued at least 30 trafficked children in an unprecedented swoop on organised crime groups across Europe.
Wife of British taxi driver held by Islamic State jihadists says he went to Syria to help deliver aid.
Pro-Russian rebels defiantly announce they will stage their own elections in just six weeks.
British Prime Minister lets slip details on conversation with Queen after Scotland vote.
Britain's only female giant panda has suffered a failed pregnancy, her second in two years, Edinburgh Zoo says.
Even before Sigmund Freud fled Hitler on the Orient Express from Vienna in June 1938, the father of psychoanalysis and his ideas about sex, dreams and cocaine divided opinion in the Austrian capital.
Pope Francis denounces extremists around the world who are ‘‘perverting’’ religion to justify violence.
The Pope is off to Albania for a packed one-day visit that will spotlight the country as a model of inter-religious harmony.
British relief over the Scottish people's decision to reject independence has given way to squabbling.
Officials are trying to save a bridge from lovers who have been attaching padlocks to it.
Hundreds were murdered in the gas chambers at a time, archaeologists have been excavating the death camp in eastern Poland say.
A gigantic explosion shattered the stillness of the morning just hours after Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels signed the latest version of their cease-fire accord.
Russia will attend November's Leader Summit in Australia despite concern over its actions in Ukraine.
Queen Elizabeth II has urged people in the United Kingdom to come together "in a spirit of mutual respect and support" after Scots voted against independence.