The authorities decided to turn the house in Braunau into a law enforcement hub to deter neo-Nazi pilgrims.
The results may determine who will win the Race to Dubai and be ranked European No. 1.
Tournaments are played in the desert, on mountains and in the windy cold. They each affect the ball in a different way.
He won the Masters in 2016, but after injuries, his game just seemed to disappear. Not anymore.
Generational renewal of Croatian agriculture is a slow process burdened with negative demographic trends, constant migration and a non-competitive market. EURACTIV Croatia reports.
Anti-government protesters in Iraq Tuesday blocked the country’s second largest commercial port, bringing commerce to a standstill as ongoing demonstrations against corruption continue.
Days of protests in Iran over increased fuel prices and the government’s subsequent crackdown have left at least 106 people dead, according to conservative estimates from Amnesty International.
As of early Wednesday, around 100 people are estimated to still be inside the campus’ buildings, following days of clashes with police.
The former U.S. Marine being held in Russia on espionage charges will remain in jail after his appeal was denied by a Moscow court, reports say.
A 7-year-old girl from England sent a heartbreaking handwritten letter to Santa asking for a home and food for her family this Christmas.
The daughter of Britain’s “first gay dads” spoke out about her parents’ split on Monday, saying she’s happy one of her dads has found love with her ex-boyfriend.
The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season isn't over just yet.
Police in Germany arrested a “radical Islamist” from Syria on Tuesday after receiving a tip from U.S. intelligence officials that the man was planning an attack.
An asylum-seeker was granted entry to Australia after botching an attempt to enlarge his penis by injecting it with palm oil, according to reports.
A 15-year-old girl and a truck driver were killed on Monday when a bridge collapsed into a river in southwestern France, sending several vehicles into a river.
A man recently arrested in Malta has been offered a presidential pardon after he claimed to know the identity of the mastermind who ordered the car-bombing murder of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in October 2017, Maltese officials said Tuesday.
The largest city in Australia was shrouded in smoke on Tuesday, causing dozens to seek medical treatment after wildfires pushed the air quality to beyond "hazardous" levels across the region.
The police have released images of some of the stolen items in a bid to get the public’s help in tracking down the suspects.
Sweden dropped a preliminary investigation Tuesday into alleged rape by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The Taliban on Tuesday freed two Western hostages who were held for more than three years in what has been seen as a hopeful sign in the Afghan peace talks.