At least five people were killed after a passenger bus plunged into a pedestrian underpass Monday in Moscow.
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France has deployed 97,000 police and soldiers to protect people from potential terror attacks during Christmas.
Germany opened five times as many terror investigations this year compared to 2016, newspaper Tagesschau reported Saturday.
Revenge For ‘Mistreatment Of Muslims’: Australian Police Say It’s Too Soon To Call Car Attack Terrorism
The Afghan-born man who allegedly rammed his car into a crowd of people Thursday in Melbourne, Australia said the attack was in response to the country's "mistreatment of Muslims."
The Catalonian independence movement looks set to secure a big victory in a key election for the region's push to secede from Spain.
At least 18 people were injured Thursday after a man deliberately rammed his car into a crowd of people in Melbourne, Australia.
Police in Germany and the United Kingdom have foiled Islamist plots to carry out attacks during Christmas.
At least 267,000 people were sexually abused while riding public transportation in France over a two-year period of time, according to a "low estimate" released Wednesday by the country's crime data agency ONDRP.
The European Union's top court ended a years-long dispute Wednesday when it ruled that Uber should be classified as a transport service and not a digital company.
The German government used the one-year anniversary of the terror attack that killed 12 people at a Christmas market in Berlin to apologize for its shortcomings.
Austria's incoming conservative government is taking a hard line on immigration by promising "sanctions" against those "refusing to integrate."
A U.S. Air Force base in in Britain has been placed in lockdown after reports of a car attempting to ram the gates.
European populist leaders met in the Czech Republic over the weekend to discuss a united continent without the European Union.
At least two people were killed and several were injured in a stabbing incident Thursday night in the Dutch city of Maastricht.
Around 100 members of parliament from French President Emmanuel Macron's party are rumored to consider quitting after a hectic start to the administration.
France is considering a new law that would require all children under the age of 16 to get parental approval to open a social media account.
Another wave of Syrian migrants could aim for Europe if the international community doesn't contribute more aid, the United Nations warned Tuesday.
A Danish school has drawn nationwide criticism after it moved to cancel its traditional Christmas service out of respect for children of other faiths.
Residents in a Paris neighborhood have threatened to launch a hunger strike if authorities don't remove migrants sleeping on the streets.