AP Exclusive: Doctors clash over euthanasia for mentally ill

Oct 26, 2017

AP Exclusive: Belgian doctors clash over euthanasia cases for psychiatric patients according to confidential documents

Cleric bans poses by Cyprus churches over lewd wedding photo

Oct 20, 2017

A senior cleric from Cyprus' Orthodox Christian church has banned couples who marry in civil ceremonies to take wedding photos outside churches and chapels in a part of the island that is popular with holidaymakers

Tourist killed by falling masonry in famous Florence church

Oct 19, 2017

A 52-year-old tourist from Spain as was killed Thursday by falling masonry in one of Florence's most famous churches, the Basilica of Santa Croce where such Italian luminaries as Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei and Niccolo Machiavelli are buried

Faces of Holocaust victims projected on Prague synagogue

Oct 16, 2017

Prague's Jewish Museum has launched a new project to honor the victims of the Holocaust

Hungary threatens to boycott EU actions on Ukraine

Oct 16, 2017

Hungary says it will "block and boycott" all attempts to draw Ukraine more deeply into the European Union unless Kiev changes a new education law that rolls back options for schools to teach lessons in languages other than Ukrainian

Czech Republic's hot property market is becoming a problem

Oct 16, 2017

A 22 percent spike in the price of property in Prague over the past year is freezing out many locals and the risk of a boom and bust in the market has forced the Czech Central Bank to step in to try to cool off demand

Pope at UN demands response to hunger, climate, migration

Oct 16, 2017

Pope Francis is demanding world governments collectively work to end rising world hunger by working to end the conflicts and climate-change related disasters that force people to leave their homes in search of their daily bread

Hungary, Ukraine still at odds over Ukraine education law

Oct 12, 2017

Hungary's foreign minister says his country will continue to withhold its support for Ukraine's further integration with the European Union as long as Ukraine's new education law remains unchanged

Dog days? In Italy, count them like family sick days

Oct 12, 2017

An Italian woman is being allowed to use family sick days to care for her dog, thanks to the help of an animal rights group

Almost 1 billion passengers through EU airports last year

Oct 11, 2017

Air passenger transport in the European Union increased by 5.9 percent last year, continuing a steady rise over the past decade

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