Category: Europe

A Russian City Adapts to War: Blast Shelters and D...

While in Moscow the fighting feels far away, residents of Belgorod, 25 miles from the border with Ukraine, have learned to duck fo...

Blast Shelters and Drone Jamming: A Russian City A...

While in Moscow the fighting feels far away, residents of Belgorod, 25 miles from the border with Ukraine, have learned to duck fo...

More Than 80 Nations Back Talks to Ease Path to Pe...

Meeting in Switzerland, world leaders backed a joint statement urging more diplomacy, but were divided on how to engage Russia.

Deadly Toll in Greece as Heat Waves Sweep the Coun...

Several foreigners have gone missing or been found dead after going out for walks in recent days as temperatures in Greece soar.

On Bloomsday, Celebrating ‘Ulysses’ and Female Cre...

To help honor 100 years of James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” an all-women Irish festival refocuses the annual re-enactment of the novel’s w...

Ben Vautier, Artist Whose Specialty Was Provocatio...

A core member of the anti-art movement Fluxus, he died by suicide hours after the death of his wife of 60 years.

Kate Middleton Wears White For Her Return to the P...

The Princess of Wales made her first public appearance since coming forward with her cancer diagnosis.

Catherine Reappears, in White

The Princess of Wales made her first public appearance since coming forward with her cancer diagnosis.

Sweden and Iran Exchange Prisoners in a Breakthrou...

Iran released an E.U. diplomat from Sweden and a dual Iranian-Swedish national, whereas Sweden released a senior former Iranian of...

Henry VIII and Katherine Parr, Who Survived Him, A...

“Firebrand” focuses on his sixth spouse as she tries to outlast the ailing king and his treacherous court. “I thought of it as a t...

U.S. Designates Largest Neo-Nazi Group in Sweden a...

The Nordic Resistance Movement and three of its leaders were labeled terrorists in a rare move by the State Department targeting w...

A Tense Debate Erupts at the G7, This Time Over Ab...

Wording in the summit’s final statement led to a diplomatic tug of war, primarily between the United States and Italy.