The center-right ruling coalition "Portugal Forward" has claimed victory in the Portuguese general elections. Exit polls indicate the government may be shy of an outright majority in parliament.
A Europe without border controls - is that even possible anymore? Wichard Woyke says the answer is yes. The problem is with asylum regulations, he says, not open borders.
Nineteen EU member states have requested to opt-out of producing genetically modified crops, effectively banning their cultivation. Germany requested a partial opt-out that would allow research into the biotechnology.
Tens of thousands have rallied in Chisinau to demand the resignation of senior government officials. Widespread anger smolders over missing $1 billion lost in fraud.
The pope led a Mass at the start of a key synod set to deal with family, marriage and the Church's attitudes towards homosexuals. The Roman Catholic pontiff asserted that the Church cannot be "swayed" by popular opinion.
As Russia embarks on an anti-"Islamic State" bombing campaign in Syria, President Vladimir Putin seems to be reverting to tried and true tactics. Fiona Clark reports from Moscow.
Voters in Portugal are deciding on a new government, for the first time since the country left an EU bailout scheme. Despite years of austerity, pre-election surveys put the ruling conservatives slightly ahead.
Torrential rains and flooding have left at least 17 people dead in southeastern France. Trains had to be stopped overnight, with hundreds of passengers left stranded aboard.
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Britain's new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has given his first speech at the Labour party annual conference.
Separatists may have won polls in Spain's Catalonia region, but their dream of an independence state is still far away.
The take-over of poor areas of the UK capital by the wealthy had led to protests. Author Dr Kirsteen Paton explains why.