A collector paid £126,000 for a note from an American passenger to his mother that describes the ill-fated ocean liner as a “giant” ship fitted up like a palatial hotel.
The country’s 60,000 churches are a treasure trove of masterpieces and artifacts. Protecting them from theft while keeping them open to the public is no easy task.
Daphne Caruana Galizia enraged dozens of powerful people with investigations that exposed corruption. Virtually nobody expects her killing to be solved.
Andrej Babis, the billionaire leader of an anti-establishment party, is expected to become prime minister of the Czech Republic after mainstream parties fall short.
Mariano Rajoy of Spain announced that he would seek to remove the leader of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, from office, after separatist drive.
An exhibit at the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands, will show that many paintings from the Dutch Golden Age “have a joke as their very core.”
Gabrielle Deydier’s plaintive account and sociological study exposes the many ways the obese face censure and insensitivity.
A former economy minister insists he knew nothing of $2 million in cash stuffed in a gift bag for him, along with a basket of wild boar sausages and wine.
Daphne Caruana Galizia, who uncovered nepotism and corruption in Malta and was killed in a car bombing on Monday, had many enemies.
As the diplomatic dispute lingers, Turks and Americans are struggling with the effects, and the United States is demanding protection for its consular staff.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy holds a cabinet meeting Saturday to decide on emergency measures for the independence-minded region.
The main opposition party confirmed on Friday that it would support measures to dissolve the Catalonian Parliament in order to head off secession.
The raid by the European Commission is a sign that an antitrust investigation involving German automakers may be intensifying.
The stalemate over Britain’s departure remains, but some European leaders hinted this week that negotiations on future relations might begin in December.
The question of Catalan independence has proved a more complex question for those in Barcelona than for Catalans living outside the regional capital.
The Labour minister, Ben Bradshaw, points to new reports that question whether a major donor could have afforded the millions he gave to the campaign.
Ms. Darrieux’s career of sophisticated roles spanned indelible incarnations as ingénue, coquette, femme fatale and grande dame.
Austria. France. Part of Canada. More regions are considering or adopting laws that restrict such garments in public.
Pioneer boutique winemakers around Sevastopol are seeking to convince Russian consumers that quality wine does not have to come from France.
Pyotr Pavlensky was pictured on social media standing in front of flames at a Banque de France building on the Place de la Bastille.