Friday morning, a suicide bomber at a U.S. embassy in Turkey,caused an explosion at a crucial check point. While security can always be heightened, attacks like this are unavoidable.
While Greece (literally) burns, the euro zone's head honchos seethe with childish delight, blaming the PIIGS for their own woes.
The rise of anti-immigrant and neo-Nazi groups throughout Europe is a troubling sign for the continent.
These two Tweets show how integral a role the social network played in France's legislative elections on Sunday.
Looking at the euro zone as a country in hyperinflation trying to normalize makes suprising sense.
Ander Breivik's Norway massacre highlights the dangerous influence of extremist right-wing groups, especially prevalent in Germany, that have been building a following in poor communities.
For years, nobody has spoken so truly and boldly on the issues surrounding Israel and Iran. Not surprisingly, such comments have stirred debate.
François Hollande's flight to Berlin suffered a direct hit from a celestial high-voltage bolt. Is it a sign of bad things to come for France?