Both the E.U. and Russia have much to lose in a standoff over Ukraine’s Crimea region
The elderly men are accused of being accessories to murder
Sixty additional pieces by Picasso, Renoir, Monet and others found among the haul at Cornelius Gurlitt’s Salzburg home.
3 out of 4 Europeans think corruption is widespread, report finds
Government accepts request from U.N. and OPCW
88-year-old man may face trial for participating in one of the worst Nazi massacres on French soil.
The German chancellor is forced to clear her daybook to recover from the broken bone and severe bruising
An unexploded bomb kills one and injures 13 others in Germany
Both governments quickly condemned the attack, which came days before Greece ascends to the presidency of the European Union
The Russian oil tycoon once presented a serious challenge to President Vladimir Putin, who threw him in jail for ten years
Merkel has been a fierce critic of the NSA spying tactics abroad.
Spokesman for incoming government says 15-year-olds should not get breast enlargements “as a Christmas present”