POTSDAM, Germany — As the far right rises across Europe, its ascent in Germany has seemed among the most alarming and puzzling.
BAGHDAD Iraqi planes dropped millions of leaflets on the western side of Mosul warning residents that the battle to dislodge Islamic State is imminent as troops began moving in their direction, the Defence Ministry said on Saturday.
Phil Mickelson fell down the leaderboard during the second round of the Genesis Open, despite a remarkable shot through the trees at Riviera.
The ceremony aboard an Italian Navy ship in the port of Valletta, Malta, had all the trappings of a European Union affair.
Karolina Pliskova stormed to her second WTA title of the year, beating Caroline Wozniacki 6-3 6-4 in the Qatar Open in Doha on Saturday.
For thousands of desperate sub-Saharan Africans, it is a foreboding but tantalizingly close passage to a better life: A 20-foot-high fence guarding the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, one of only two land borders between Europe and Africa.
The rally was being held at the Place de la Republique in eastern Paris, where police have set up a security cordon. It is the latest in a series of similar gatherings in the French capital over the course of February, which have previously ended in violence.
SCRUB! Today’s @SpaceX launch scrubbed due to 2nd stage thrust vector control issue. Next earliest launch opportunity is 9:38am ET tomorrow pic.twitter.com/aliOUTLzTI — NASA (@NASA) February 18, 2017 With a mere 13 seconds remaining until blast off, SpaceX confirmed that they were “standing down” to examine one of the engine nozzles, adding that Sunday at…
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga remains on course for a first ATP title since 2015 after beating Tomas Berdych to reach the final of the Rotterdam Open.
Lavrov had just shaken hands and posed for a picture with Secretary-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano. On the way to his seat, he decided to make a snap inspection on a nearby door – and, apparently, found a wall right behind it.