Relatives of victims attend a commemorative event on the first anniversary of the Brussels terrorist attacks at Brussels Airport in Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2017. On the same day in 2016 a total of 31 people were killed and hundreds of others injured in terrorist attacks on the Brussel Airport and the Maalbeek Metro station for which the Islamic State (IS) later had claimed responsibility.
Moscow expects ample participation of all parties of the Syrian conflict in the intra-Syrian negotiations in Geneva, Switzerland, and hopes they will be able to maintain direct dialogue, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday.
"Multi-speed Europe" is the most realistic scenario for the European Union (EU) if the bloc wants to demonstrate the benefits of integration and thus regain citizens' trust in EU institutions, experts told Xinhua in the run-up to the 60th anniversary of the EU's founding treaty.
The White House said on Wednesday US President Donald Trump spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May after a deadly attack in London killed at least four.
Luzern cantonal police reported Wednesday that seven people were injured after a train derailed shortly after leaving Luzern's train station in central Switzerland.
"If there is a positive evolution in Belgium, it is that we have now far more than before a security culture," a senior Belgian official told Xinhua on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Theresa May gave her first public reaction Wednesday night to London's worst terror attacks since 2005, which has so far resulted in the deaths of four victims and injuries to more than 20 others.
A police officer sets up a cordon outside the Houses of Parliament in central London on Wednesday during an emergency incident in which a police officer was stabbed by an alleged assailant.
A police officer has been stabbed in the Houses of Parliament in central London on Wednesday, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.
London police warned people to avoid city center areas on Wednesday after a firearm incident outside the Britain parliament.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron's bid for power in France gathered pace on Tuesday when he won support from a junior minister in the Socialist government, while the interior minister resigned amid scandal in a new twist to the topsy-turvy presidential campaign.
A police officer was stabbed in the British parliament in central London, leader of the House of Commons David Lidington said.
Members of the Azeri diaspora in Georgia wearing traditional costumes dance as they celebrate Nowruz in Tbilisi on Tuesday. Nowruz, “The New Year” in Farsi, is an ancient festival marking the first day of spring.
A total of 20,484 migrants and refugees have crossed the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe so far this year, down from over 160,000 over the same period in 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported Tuesday.
Russia will start to repair its sole aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov later in 2017 and arm it with new equipment, a senior navy official said Tuesday.
Norway's capital city Oslo became the country's first municipality that has hired a bullying ombudsman and Kjerstin Owren will start in this position on June 1, newspaper Aftenposten reported on Tuesday.
Britain announced a ban on certain electronic devices being allowed in the cabin on Britain-bound flights from six Middle East countries.
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux announced Tuesday that he has submitted resignation to President Francois Hollande for hiring his daughters as deputy assistant.