Investigators are trying to determine what led to the fatal tiger mauling of a zoo worker in northwest England, police said Saturday.
Three more people were arrested Saturday in connection with this week's grisly killing of British soldier Lee Rigby, police said.
A French soldier who was stabbed Saturday on the western outskirts of Paris was targeted because of his military service, France's defense minister said.
Clashes erupted Saturday in northern England as a far-right group marched in a rally held as tensions rise over the slaying of a British soldier.
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Richard III's burial was hardly fit for a king.
A suicide bomber on Saturday wounded 12 people -- five of them police officers -- in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region, the country's state news agency Ria Novosti reported.
Friends and acquaintances of the cleaver-wielding man tied to the London attack described him as kind and intensely devoted to his Muslim faith.
Police arrested two men Friday on suspicion of endangering an aircraft after a flight from Pakistan to the United Kingdom was diverted to Stansted Airport.
Tributes pour in Friday for Lee Rigby, the British soldier and father hit by a car, then hacked to death Wednesday by two men wielding knives and a cleaver.
London's Heathrow Airport is "fully operational" and returning to normal after an emergency landing Friday forced the closing of both runways, the airport said.
Police in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, have called in reinforcements after the city's suburbs were hit by a fifth night of riots.
The Czech Republic says it will request the extradition of a U.S. citizen suspected of killing a family of four.
Former teacher Ingrid Loyau-Kennett is being hailed for confronting a man seconds after he hacked a British soldier to death in broad daylight.
The only thing more horrifying than the murder of a British soldier in a London street is the fear that there is little police can do in the age of "open-source jihad" to prevent these types of terror attacks.
The British soldier slain in a gruesome cleaver attack in London was a well-liked infantryman who became a recruiter and a drummer outside the Royal Palaces.
Sweden's capital, Stockholm, had a fourth night of rioting Wednesday, with fires and clashes decreasing in the north suburbs but increasing to the south.
A man thought to be a serving British soldier was killed by two armed men in a frenzied attack on a London street Wednesday.
British Muslim groups Thursday condemned the slaying of a soldier in a London street by attackers who said they were acting to avenge Muslim deaths overseas.
The brutal killing of a British soldier Wednesday has shocked the United Kingdom. Here are the latest developments.
Why did Lee Rigby have to die?
A soldier lies in a pool of blood in the middle of a nondescript inner-city London street. His two apparent killers brandish bloodied kitchen knives and meat cleavers. One of them rants at a passer-by who films the whole extraordinary encounter on a mobile phone.
A Russian court denied parole for Maria Alyokhina, a jailed member of the Pussy Riot punk band, state news agency Itar-Tass said Thursday.
The attack on a soldier hacked to death on a London street has echoes of other plots on British soil in recent years.
Security experts are starting to analyze events leading up to the horrific cleaver attack of a man believed to be a British soldier on the suburban streets of London.
Rioting has broken out for the past three nights in Sweden's capital, Stockholm, with scores of cars set alight and violent clashes between police and youths.
A man has been arrested for allegedly killing four members of the Royal Household Cavalry in an Irish Republican Army bombing attack in London 31 years ago.
A jailed member of Russian punk band Pussy Riot told a court she is on a hunger strike after being barred from attending a parole appeal hearing in person, Russian state news agency Ria Novosti reported Wednesday.
Legislation to allow same-sex marriage in England and Wales won passage Tuesday in the House of Commons.
An Italian judge ruled that the captain of a ship involved in a deadly accident be tried, state news said.
A right-wing historian and author killed himself inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Tuesday in front of horrified tourists, police said.
At least four people are dead and 44 are injured after two bombs exploded Monday in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region, the Ministry of Health's website says.
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A microscopic glass slide with a trace of the late Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi's blood is among lots to be sold at auction Tuesday in England.
Three Brazilian tourists were killed when two hot air balloons collided in Turkey, officials said.
Emmelie de Forest carried Denmark to triumph Sunday in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Jewels worth more than $1 million were stolen from a hotel in Cannes, France, police in the nearby city of Nice said Friday.
Protesters in a Turkish border town hit by a twin car-bombing clashed with police Saturday, as they voiced anger over the government's response to the attack.
French President Francois Hollande signed into a law Saturday a bill allowing same-sex couples to marry and adopt.
British police have identified a number of "people of interest" in the disappearance of British girl in 2007, police say.
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French court rules that a bill permitting same-sex marriage and allowing gay couples to adopt is constitutional.
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Russia ordered an American diplomat to be expelled from the country Tuesday after accusing him of being a CIA agent.
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Its art collection is the envy of galleries the world over, but until now the Vatican has been better known for renaissance masters than hip modernism. That may change, as the home of the Catholic Church exhibits at the Venice Biennale for the first time.
Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi should be banned permanently from holding public office, prosecutors say.
Pope Francis canonized the first saints of his papacy -- including the first ever honored from Colombia and Mexico -- at a Mass on Sunday.
A British fugitive wanted for fleeing his 2009 trial is back in custody Sunday after a dramatic raid on a villa in southern Spain, British authorities say.
Prince Harry's last visit to the United States, in August 2012, did not end well, after photographs of him romping naked around a Las Vegas hotel suite were published worldwide -- just weeks before he began his tour of duty in Afghanistan.
A German opera house ditched its Holocaust themed of a Wagner opera after it horrified the opening night audience. It is performing it as a concert.
A former archbishop of York was accused Friday of covering up child abuse by a Church of England clergyman who has since died.
An Italian appeals court in Milan upheld Wednesday a four-year prison sentence for former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
At least seven people were killed and four others were hospitalized after a cargo ship smashed into a maritime traffic control tower in the Italian city of Genoa, the Italian Fire Brigade said Wednesday.
The UK government has put the economy and immigration reform at the heart of its plans for the new parliamentary session, which opened Wednesday.
More than 30 arrests have been made in the diamond heist last February at Brussels Airport.
It doesn't take a social anthropologist to see that Italians truly love a lot about American culture.
Preliminary charges against Spain's Princess Cristina in a financial corruption case will be dropped, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Delegations from 50 nations gathered in London on Tuesday for a conference on Somalia, as the African nation struggles to emerge from decades of conflict.
Amid the massive global interest in the release of Amanda Knox's memoir, which depicts the events surrounding the brutal murder of her flatmate in Italy in 2007, it has been easy to overlook the victim, British exchange student Meredith Kercher.
Nuclear scientists in Switzerland recently dropped some antimatter. The world didn't blow up, but there were some tiny explosions.
Queen Elizabeth II will not attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting later this year, Buckingham Palace said Tuesday.
The deputy speaker of Britain's House of Commons said Sunday the allegations of rape are false.
The deputy speaker of the British Parliament was arrested Saturday on suspicion of rape, a source told CNN.
The deputy speaker of Britain's House of Commons said Sunday the allegations of rape are false.
One person was killed and 17 others injured after a freight train derailed in northwestern Belgium, a local official told CNN.
Turkey and Japan have agreed to a $22 billion deal to build a nuclear power plant in Turkey, the semi-official Turkish news agency Anadolu reported.
A 47-year-old man has been found not guilty Friday of murder in the deaths of two British soldiers at an army base in Northern Ireland in 2009.
Two men who left a suspicious van in a short-term parking lot Wednesday at London's Gatwick Airport are wanted for questioning, authorities said in a written statement.
The ADE 651 stood for "Advanced Detection Equipment". And it certainly looked the part. Sleek black casing. A swivelling antenna that was said to detect everything from bombs to 100 dollar bills. A card that indicated what the device had found.
The maker of a fake bomb detector that investigators say put lives at risk was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison by a London court.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a market on Wednesday in Makhashkala, the capital of Russia's North Caucasus republic of Dagestan, killing at least 2 people.
Riot police fired tear gas and water cannons Wednesday at hundreds of protesters trying to hold May Day demonstrations in Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square.
Proposed new legislation won't change Ireland's general ban on abortion, Prime Minister Enda Kenny said Wednesday, but is about "saving lives."
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicates the throne on Tuesday, ending 33 years as the country's monarch and paving the way for her eldest son to become king.
With Queen Beatrix's abdication in the Netherlands, will any of Europe's other older royals now step down?
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Ukrainian opposition leader Yuliya Tymoshenko suffered arbitrary detention in 2011, a court says
Six men have pleaded guilty to planning a terrorist attack against a rally of the right-wing English Defence League in the United Kingdom last year.
A woman desperate to have a fourth child convinced her adopted teenage daughter to artificially inseminate herself with semen purchased over the Internet.
After months of political uncertainty and economic crisis, the lower house of Italy's parliament gave Prime Minister Enrico Letta's new government a vote confidence on Monday.
A chapter was closing in Dutch history Monday as Queen Beatrix spent her last full day on the throne after 33 years as the country's monarch.
An explosion ripped through building in the Czech capital of Prague while classes were in session Monday morning, injuring dozens of people
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Greek lawmakers on Sunday agreed to cut thousands of government workers to secure another 8.8 billion euros ($11.5 billion) in bailout funds.
A gas explosion destroyed part of an apartment building Sunday in Reims, France, Mayor Adelie Hazan told CNN affiliate BFM TV.
Two national police officers were wounded Sunday when a gunman shot at officers outside the Italian prime minister's office, authorities said.
Italian center-left politician Enrico Letta has fully accepted a mandate to form a government, he told reporters Saturday.
A coalition of protesters marched Saturday under sunny skies to a Royal Air Force base north of London to voice its opposition to the UK's use of armed drones in Afghanistan.
A parole bid by a member of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot was rejected after a judge said she'd broken prison rules.
Celebrity publicist Max Clifford was charged Friday with 11 counts of indecent assault against a girl under the age of 16 as part of the Savile scandal.
State media: Russian authorities detained 140 people -- more than 30 of them foreign nationals -- on Friday in a raid targeting suspected Islamic extremists.
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The mastermind of an al Qaeda-inspired terror plot in England was sentenced Friday to at least 18 years in prison, the West Midlands Police said.
A fire tore through a psychiatric hospital near Moscow, killing 38 people, Russian officials said Friday.
A Spanish judge filed preliminary charges of membership in an Islamic terrorist group against two men arrested this week, a national court spokesman said.
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Serbia's president apologized Thursday for the 1995 massacre of 8,000 Muslims in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, but declined to call the act genocide.