Nearly 60 years ago, Europe sheltered Hungarian patriots fleeing Soviet repression. That humanitarian impulse must be honored today.
A Dutch-led investigation concluded that Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine asked for and received a surface-to-air missile that was used to shoot down the plane in 2014.
He grew up in England, but this veteran troubadour has a long history with the five boroughs. Now he’s back.
Mr. Mannheimer visited hundreds of schools and other institutions, advocating democracy and helping ensure that Germany’s World War II horrors were never repeated.
A tattooed 26-year-old living near the Mongolian border is the only person publicly identified with Russia’s cyberattacks. And he’s apparently eager to talk.
In the battle against Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, Mr. Colbert is taking a hands-on approach that includes more topical humor and live episodes.
Voters approve constitutional changes that rights groups warn would mainly consolidate the Aliyev family’s rule.
When it comes to marriage equality, one of Europe’s most progressive countries is far behind the rest.
In their first debate, the two candidates’ stage styles served as campaign arguments in themselves.
The 35-year-old Moroccan, concerned about foul play by the man’s family, hoped to have the sample analyzed by European doctors, according to her representative.
The decision, by judges at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, was the body’s first prosecution of the destruction of cultural heritage as a war crime.
A documentary by Adam Nimoy explores how his father’s “Star Trek” character, Spock, provided inspiration to those who saw themselves as different.
In 19th-century Ireland, a nurse is hired to watch a girl on a suspicious religious fast in Emma Donoghue’s “The Wonder.”
Cultural diversity and creativity are embraced by a Paris suburb.
On Sunday, the opening hours stretched from 7 a.m. to midnight. The building was packed throughout, but the mood was largely jubilant.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning poet’s latest collection continues to push boundaries, and includes some of the best and most ingenious poems of her career.
The European Fine Art Fair, Tefaf, hopes its American debut at the Park Avenue Armory helps offset the fair’s shrinking audience in Europe.
The spacecraft is to end its 12-year pursuit of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko on Friday. Here is what the European Space Agency mission found out.
The camp perched at the edge of the English Channel has doubled in size, a highly visible symbol of Europe’s inability to cope with the migrant influx.
The similarities between the Finnish game of pesapallo and baseball are striking, as are the differences. (Wiener Nougat, a Finnish candy, is not like Cracker Jack.)