In the eyes of the public, these bike crews are a menace. But for the cyclists, mass ride-outs are a means of survival.
For some 2,500 years, residents of this mountainous village have used an astonishing language that only they understand. But there are only six people left who can 'speak' it.
A national law reflects growing tensions over the use of public space in historic cities.
Swamp soccer. Wife carrying. Phone throwing. The country used to be formidable in traditional sports, but has pivoted hard to the bizarre side of competition.
Regulators are reviewing loans from Deutsche Bank, which is also expecting to have to share information with the authorities investigating campaign ties to Russia.
As luxury condos proliferate across London, the evolving Tate Modern provides a model for the city's public spaces.
The country's economic resilience may have contributed to its political resilience.
Eurovision is like Europe's Super Bowl... if the Super Bowl were just the half-time show and all 50 states (plus Australia) duked it out over who had the best song. Here's what it's like to attend the contest as a visitor from the US of A.
European antitrust regulators slapped Google with a record €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday.
An ambitions new carbon capture project uses algae to pull carbon dioxide out of the air.
Mr. Kohl was chancellor of the German Federal Republic for 16 years, from 1982 to 1998, longer than any German leader since Bismarck.
When a financier dropped dead in Britain shortly after exposing a vast Russian crime, police said it was not suspicious. But with his inquest now underway, BuzzFeed News has uncovered explosive evidence of a suspected Kremlin assassination plot — and a secret assignation in Paris on the eve of his death — that the British authorities have sidelined.
The royal aspirations of France’s new president.
Theresa May called a snap election to shore up the Conservatives' majority in Parliament, but things didn't go according to plan.
After that fierce handshake competition last week, Macron is trolling Trump with a call to "Make our planet great again."
In between meetings about the UN's sustainable development goals for 2030, the leaders of the Nordic nations took the time to pose for a very snarky photograph.
The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family.
An unreliable America may mean a stronger Europe.
The increasingly illiberal European country offers shelter to a growing number of international nationalists.
While he's spent much of the NATO summit in Brussels in a handshake war with French President Emmanuel Macron, President Trump drew the attention of Twitter with another potentially less-than-friendly maneuver.
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