The British foreign secretary urged Remainers to open their hearts to the promise of Brexit.
After months of stalemate, the Germans are poised to get a government that looks basically like what they’ve had for eight years. What took them so long?
If it’s not about terrorism, it’s about the National Health Service.
Greece and Macedonia move to settle a longstanding argument over a name.
Britons got to vote on whether the U.K. should leave the EU. Now some argue they should get a say on the terms of their exit.
Donald Trump deflects a request to show remorse for retweeting a far-right group.
The American president finds a productive rapport on a skeptical continent.
Four countries bucking a global trend
Both men have receded to the political margins, but there's no telling if that's where they'll stay.
Donald Trump claims to have canceled a trip over the London embassy location. But speculation it would be canceled has swirled for months.
Even if the president says it’s a “really boring and untruthful book”
The French president wants to ban the spread of misinformation during the country’s election campaigns—but who will decide which news is fake?
Viral videos of the Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi confronting Israeli soldiers reveal how the conflict is evolving with technology.
A segment of the U.K. press pushed for the idea of EU withdrawal. Now it has to cover the reality.
The parties have achieved a breakthrough deal that won’t prove much of a breakthrough.
With no government in Belfast and the border issue unresolved, anxiety grows about the country’s future.
If the news-grabbing, discussion-dominating presidential social-media habit is getting routine in the U.S., it’s now getting exported overseas.
The far-right ‘Britain First’ party maintained a low profile—until President Trump promoted it on Twitter.
The collapse of coalition talks puts Germany in political limbo—but its chancellor has overcome crises much worse.
Berlin suddenly looks unstable—just like a lot of other places.