Turks take to social media following local elections where opposition accuse the government of election fraud.
Origins of old Cold War found in Crimean resort, as Black Sea peninsula provides potential birthplace for new one.
Killing of dozens of protesters on Thursday has led to unstoppable erosion of President Yanukovich's power.
The IAEA discovers the importance of crowdsourcing from a group of volunteers who don't rely on government data.
As an abuse case begins in Northern Ireland, was the Protestant government as culpable as the Catholic Church?
As rich and powerful gather in Davos to talk money, the world's 3.5 billion poorest people face uncertain future.
Roma population faces widespread expressions of racism in Europe and far-right parties blame them for financial crisis.
UK military leaders say robots are here to stay, but say claims they are automaton killing machines is wide of the mark.
Greece intends to use EU presidency to remind powerful states that it can still influence the debate on Europe's future.
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As Ukrainians brave snow and riot police for their belief in the EU, do their fellow Europeans hear their cry?