Germany moved to expel two Russian diplomats on Wednesday, after prosecutors said they had grounds to believe there was Russian state involvement in the killing of a former Chechen fighter in Berlin this summer.
A Belgian town famous for its carnival parade has signaled that it is willing to withdraw from a United Nations cultural listing after the event was condemned for its use of alleged anti-Semitic imagery.
Nobody likes to hear that an old friend is "brain dead," so perhaps it's not surprising that France's allies seem to be going through the seven stages of grief over Emmanuel Macron's pronouncement last month that NATO is languishing.
While Budapest is better know for architecture and geothermal springs, the city's fine dining scene has been gaining considerable attention. Find out how the delicious revolution got started and where it's headed.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is far from being brittle, but the alliance seems much less elastic than it once was. When its leaders gather this week in London they will need to stretch hard to bridge some of their differences.
A 38-year-old woman was arrested on arrival in Dublin on Sunday and has been identified by Ireland's Justice Minister as a former soldier in Ireland's army, who told CNN in March that she had traveled to Syria as an ISIS bride.