Tech & Science
Six Men Sentenced to Death for Abetting Pakistan School Massacre
The suspects were found to have provided safe haven and supplies for the attackers.
Three Ukraine-Bound Circus Lions Found in Rome Suburb
The owner of the lions will not be fined by Italian authorities.
Oil Prices Hit Six-Year Low as China Devalues Yuan
Global supply continues to rise as demand is squeezed by the weak yuan.
Germany to Ban Re-Entry for Failed Balkan Asylum Seekers
Germany currently has 94,000 applications for asylum from citizens of "safe" Balkan countries.
Norwegian Youth Camp Reopens Four Years After Massacre
1,000 plus youth arrive on the island where 69 were shot and killed by Anders Behring Breivik.
Greek Health Minister Suggests Penalizing Cancer Patients Who Missed Screenings
Patients diagnosed with cancer could be fined half the cost of their treatment.
U.S. and Russia Back UN Resolution to Investigate Chemical Weapons in Syria
The resolution draft is aimed at determining who is responsible for Syria's deadly chemical attacks.
Officials Warn of Modern Racism Against Roma at Commemorations for 'Forgotten Holocaust'
Leaders of Human Rights organizations speak out about preventing racist violence across Europe.
Police Arrest Suspected Sicilian Mafia Members After Cracking Farming Code
Italian police had been monitoring a farm linked to a notorious mafia boss since 2011.
Taller, Smoother and Colder Than El Capitan - British Climber Conquers the 'Mirror Wall'
The peak of the Mirror Wall is almost four times the height of the London Shard.
EU Takes France to Court for $11 Million Over Ryanair Deals
France has previously failed to recover state aid funding from the airline.
Girl as Young as 10 Kills 19 in Nigeria in Latest Wave of Suicide Bombings
Sunday's bombing is the most recent in a string of attacks involving women and young girls.
EU Commission Accuses Sky UK and U.S. Film Studios of Breaking Antitrust Laws
The companies are alleged to have broken anti-competition laws in Europe.
14-Year-Old Indian Girl Allegedly Raped by Doctor Denied Abortion
The court judge called the case "highly unfortunate," ruling that the 20-week limit stood.
Russian Soccer's "Miss Charming" Stripped of Title Over Neo-Nazi Photos
The 21-year-old cheerleader is seen giving a Nazi salute.
MH17 Lawyer: "It All Points to Russia"
Lawyer seeks justice for MH17 families and looks to Russia for the cause
Russia Proposes Limited U.N. Involvement in MH17 Investigation
Russia continues to reject a U.N.-backed tribunal
Italian Real Estate Agent Admits Buffett Greek Island Claims False
Updated: Alessandro Proto said he expected an economic bounce in Greece as a result of his actions
2,700 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean in single day
German, Italian and NGO boats rescued the migrants in 13 separate incidents
Virtual reality used to treat schizophrenia, psychosis and bipolar
By placing patients in environments that may act as trigger, psychiatrists can better help patients deal with these situations
Household objects designed to bring you happiness
A London designer has created appliances that require an emotional exchange to function.
Scientists connect rat brains to create 'super brain'
The study could pave the way for humans communicating telepathically
Earth-like planets 'three times more likely' in Milky Way than previously thought
New research suggests every solar system has the ingredients necessary for creating planets like Earth
Goebbels estate wins lawsuit over diaries' copyright
The descendents of the Nazi propaganda minister sued publisher Random House over unpaid royalties
Dutch police hunt missing 'sex rabbi' wanted in Israel
The rabbi argues that he can't be extradited because the alleged offences took place in Palestinian territory