A slowdown of economic activity may persist in the coming quarters in most major economies.
No suspicious substance was found in the consular section of the US embassy in Berlin which was partly evacuated Thursday after employees felt unwell after touching suspicious documents.
Following a series of deaths after the consumption of bootlegged alcohol, the Czech government on Wednesday approved a ban on the sale of liquors containing more than 30 percent of alcohol in stalls and markets all over the country.
Russia and the United States should joint hands fighting against terrorism, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday.
Mixed reactions followed the proposal from the European Commission that reforms be made to bank supervision and bank restructuring in Austria.
France on Wednesday welcome the decision by the German Constitutional Court to approve the ratification of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
NATO should give Moscow legal guarantees on the missile defense issue before serious talks could be launched, a senior Russian diplomat said Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a message to President Daniel Ortega that he is satisfied with the development of bilateral ties, local media reported Wednesday.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced early Thursday that his liberal VVD party had won Wednesday's parliamentary election.
The eurozone has taken a significant step to address sovereign debt crisis, with German's conditional approval of a 700 billion euro firewall.
At least 25 members of the banned Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) and two soldiers of Turkish security forces were killed in clashes in Turkey's southeastern Hakkari province.
Ten people were killed as an An-28 aircraft crashed in the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia's Far East region on Wednesday.