Mass murderer Breivik wins lawsuit over 'inhuman' treatment

Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik on Wednesday won his lawsuit against the state over his "inhuman" solitary confinement in prison.

US heading towards European way of economic crisis: Bobby Jindal

Indian-American Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal has said the US is heading towards the European way on economic crisis with USD 18 trillion in debt, record low participation rate in the workforce and record number of Americans on food stamps.

EU cancels summit on Greece as eurozone talks continue

"I have cancelled EUCO (the European Union summit) today," European Council President Donald Tusk said in a tweet.

European anti-Islam group`s Canadian protest fizzles

A planned protest by the new Canadian branch of anti-Islam group PEGIDA failed to materialize here Saturday as around 500 opponents gathered to rally against the demonstration.

Mexico steps up security after tourists robbed

The Mexican Navy stepped up patrols off the Pacific coast resort of Cabo San Lucas after a group of US and European tourists camping on an island were robbed and left stranded.

Tuberculosis still raging in Eastern Europe

About a thousand people still contract tuberculosis daily in Europe and Central Asia, despite an overall decline of the disease, a report by the Europe Centre for Disease Prevention and Control(ECDC) revealed Tuesday.

Intolerance, extremism on the rise across EU: Official

A senior European commissioner warned on Monday about rising levels of extremism and intolerance across the 28-nation bloc, targeting Jews, Muslims, homosexuals and even women.

Greek PM begins first foreign tour saying debt hurts all EU

Greece`s new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday that eurozone debt was a crisis for the whole continent as he launched a European tour to rally support for his campaign for debt forgiveness.

Shaun Maloney strike gives Scotland victory over Ireland

Shaun Maloney strike gives Scotland victory over Ireland

Scotland boosted their European Championship qualification chances as Shaun Maloney`s superb strike handed them a 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland in Group D on Friday.

North Korea halts UN charm offensive over human rights record

A rare diplomatic charm offensive by North Korea appears to be over after it failed to halt a European and Japanese push for the United Nations General Assembly to support referring the hermit state to the International Criminal Court over allegations of human rights abuses. 

Chelsea can win Premier-Champions League double: Thibaut Courtois

Chelsea can win Premier-Champions League double: Thibaut Courtois

Thibaut Courtois reckons Chelsea are capable of achieving what the Belgium keeper came agonisingly close to doing at Atletico Madrid last season - winning a European and domestic double.

Two European climbers killed in Himalayan avalanche

An avalanche in the Himalayas has swept away a mountaineering team attempting to summit the world`s fourteenth-highest peak, killing two Europeans and injuring another climber, a Nepalese official said Saturday.

Polish president swears in new government

Poland's president on Monday swore in the government of incoming Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz, calling on her to prepare the country for a debate on eurozone membership.

Flawless SSP Chowrasia tied eighth after three rounds

Flawless SSP Chowrasia tied eighth after three rounds

Playing flawless golf, SSP Chowrasia brought in a six-under 66 to go up from tied 44th to tied eighth at the end of the third round of the 71st Italian Open here.

Evacuated Spanish priest first European to die of Ebola

An elderly Spanish priest became the first European to die from Ebola today, succumbing to the virus in a Madrid hospital five days after being evacuated from Liberia.

Airlines to push for independent guidance on airspace safety after Ukraine crash

Global airlines will push to get "neutral information" on whether to use or avoid airspace over conflict zones at Tuesday`s meeting of the U.N. aviation agency and other airline bodies, a European-based airline industry source said.

EU ministers clear Albania to apply for membership

EU European affairs ministers cleared the way Tuesday for Albania to apply for membership to the 28-nation bloc, a process requiring major reforms by Tirana and likely to take many years.

Europe driving growth; media,life sciences growing faster: TCS

India's largest software services exporter Tata Consultancy Services today said Europe continues to "drive" growth for the USD 13.4 billion company helped by demand across verticals and service lines.

Second European team missing in east Ukraine

A second team of European monitors was reported missing in restive eastern Ukraine on Friday despite army claims it had regained control over much of the separatist rust belt.

Never again `Berlin Wall` in Europe: Ukraine Prime Minister

Ukraine`s Prime Minister on Wednesday said that Europe would never again have a "Berlin Wall" and that his country wanted to become European, ahead of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.