The boat was discovered in the Mediterranean Sea between Libya and Italy, and 45 bodies were recovered nearby, the navy said.
For the young Irving Berlin and some two million emigrants from Europe from 1873 to 1934, the arduous sea voyage began at a Belgian port city, the subject of an exhibition at Ellis Island.
It may seem that France is perpetually on strike, but experts and some union leaders say that the era when labor groups had political influence has passed.
Some in Ireland are unhappy with the ambassador, Kevin Vickers, famous for thwarting an attack in Canada, for interfering with an anti-British protest.
OCCRP investigation accuses president of using the state to bail out his daughters’ mining failure.
Sixteen hundred years before the European Union, Brexit meant leaving the Roman Empire.
Mr. Levine, who is stepping back from his longtime role as music director, led a poignant program of excerpts from Wagner’s “Ring” featuring a protégée, Christine Goerke.
For 30 years, Irmela Mensah-Schramm has crisscrossed her city, and her country, in an effort to rid Germany of neo-Nazi posters, stickers and graffiti.
Confronting, or failing to confront, the old conformity in Slovakia.
The cash price of a new iPhone may be roughly the same everywhere, but the amount of work you’d have to put in to afford one can be all over the place.
Cardinal Capovilla, Pope John XXIII’s personal secretary, helped prepare the Roman Catholic hierarchy for the opening of Vatican II in 1962.
About 4,000 people were rescued Thursday, bringing the total number this week to 10,000, as good weather prompted many to risk the journey from North Africa to Italy.
The first British Austins ventured across a choppy channel long before the European Union was established.
The Times’s book critics and others on books that feature a Charles Manson-like cult, a modern-day America in which slavery still exists, the observations of Amy Schumer’s head writer and more.
The season’s slate of programming is particularly weighty this year, even for a period increasingly important for networks and streaming services.
At a conference for the 2,400th anniversary of Aristotle’s birth, the archaeologist said he had “no proof but strong indications, as certain as one can be.”
A joint report released by Unesco, the United Nations Environment Program and the Union of Concerned Scientists detailed the threat climate change could pose to World Heritage sites on five continents.
Agency investigators left the country a day early after being denied access to sites under control of the domestic intelligence agency, the team’s leader said.
France, seeking to crack down on tax avoidance by American multinational corporations, raided McDonald’s offices last week, the company confirmed.
Nuclear workers join the strike against the new labor law in France. In the meantime, oil depots blockades across the country lead to fuel shortages and long lines at many gas stations.