The five-year-old critically ill British boy whose Jehovah Witness parents took him out of hospital away from medical care has been found in Spain.
EU Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso has warned that the Ukraine crisis is near a "point of no return".
European Union leaders have agreed to prepare new sanctions against Russia.
The recently launched private migrant rescue mission Migrant Offshore Aid Station says it has saved about 250 migrants on board a boat south of Malta.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk has been chosen as the European Union's next president, current EU President Herman Van Rompuy says.
Russian MP Lev Shlosberg, who has been investigating Russian soldiers' presence in Ukraine, says he has been assaulted by unidentified assailants.
Hundreds of anti-war protesters have marched through the Welsh city of Newport before a major NATO summit there next week.
A man has been arrested after an apparent bid to sell ballot papers for Scotland's independence referendum on eBay.
Werner Franz, who was a 14-year-old cabin boy when the hydrogen-filled Zeppelin caught fire and crashed in 1937, has died at the age of 92.
The International Monetary Fund board has reiterated its support for Managing Director Christine Lagarde who is under formal investigation.
LG and Samsung have introduced new smart watches with capabilities ranging from alerts on incoming calls to actually making and receiving calls.
A poll shows support for Scottish independence is growing despite a bid by British PM David Cameron touting the union as a strong economic advantage.
Ukraine will return to mandatory conscription in coming months as its troops battle pro-Russian insurgents in the east.
Welsh international rugby star Ian Gough has been ordered to pay STG2,130 ($A3,890) after attacking his beauty queen ex-girlfriend.
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