An injured explorer trapped in Germany's deepest cave system for 12 days was finally brought to the surface on Thursday after a complex rescue operation.
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe VI has been sworn in as the new king in a low-key ceremony which supporters of monarchy in the country hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household.
Britain’s top counter-terrorism official has been forced to reveal a secret government policy justifying the mass surveillance of every Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google user in the United Kingdom, a group of rights organisations announced.
Britain's UK Independence Party (UKIP) has succeeded in forming a European Parliament grouping with other right-wing euro-sceptic parties, giving it access to more money, staff and speaking time.
Russia has resumed a military build-up near Ukrainian border, the NATO secretary general has said, calling the deployments "a very regrettable step backward".
Former Turkish President Kenan Evren and former Air Force Commander Tahsin Sahinkaya have been jailed for life for their roles in the military coup of September 1980, according to state media.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said that he will soon order a unilateral ceasefire in the separatist east as part of a broader plan to end the 10-week crisis.
Britain is set to reopen its embassy in Iran, Foreign Secretary William Hague announced on Tuesday.
British legislation banning forced marriage has come into effect, with those found guilty of the largely hidden practice facing up to seven years in prison.
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|William A. Cook|