At a campaign-style rally in Florida on Saturday, President Trump issued a sharp critique of Europe’s refugee policies, ticking off a list of places that have been struck by terrorists. But he also mentioned Sweden, which has not been target of recent terrorist attacks.
The president seemed to be suggesting, falsely, that the Scandinavian country had been attacked by terrorists.
Mr. Wilders, the leader of the country’s Party for Freedom, is among several populist politicians in Europe gaining popularity in their countries.
Spain has accepted just 1,100 refugees of the more than 17,000 it has pledged to take in.
In a remote city’s desperation, where at least 76 people died after drinking a tainted vodka substitute, Russia’s decline writ large.
With taxes rising, many Greeks are closing their books but, as they join a shadow economy, not their businesses.
Vice President Mike Pence offered reassurances Saturday to anxious European leaders, but he also warned that they must spend more on defense.
Mr. Rainey opened his London boutique, Hung on You, in 1965 and his designs became popular with rock stars like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Britain’s efforts to aid the environment have inadvertently led to a spike in an even more insidious form of air pollution than the deadly smog of 1952.
Exploiting a rising sense of insecurity, the Alternative for Germany party is pushing identity and nationalism — normally unspoken — as paths to progress.
Key members of Mr. Trump’s cabinet have been scrambling to tell allies that the United States remains a trusted partner.
A copyright dispute limited Bulgarian National Radio to broadcasting music recorded before 1946. The audience doesn’t seem to mind.
A plan to provide money and training to the Libyans to keep migrants there has come under scrutiny for being potentially unworkable and inhumane.
The chef Albert Adrià’s latest opening aims to be a 2017 update of the acclaimed restaurant where he worked for 23 years.
This mystery series takes place in eastern Iceland, but in some ways — remote setting, small-town police chief — it resembles a western.
Germany has moved to pull the doll, Cayla, off shelves because of an insecure Bluetooth connection that hackers could use to eavesdrop on children who play with it.
The WikiLeaks founder took refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London years ago, but not all of the candidates wish to continue harboring him.
The former prime minister, tarnished by the Iraq war, left allies and adversaries debating whether his intervention would help, or hinder, those who oppose “Brexit.”
Iñaki Urdangarin, the brother-in-law of King Felipe VI, was sentenced to six years and three months in prison for his business dealings.
The contest, a European institution that is scheduled to take place in Ukraine this year, appears to be in jeopardy after the organizing team quit en masse amid allegations of corruption.