Anti-establishment forces post gains in European Parliament elections

Citizens turned out in droves — the highest participation in 25 years — for a chance to take a shot at the traditional center-left and center-right parties that have driven Europe’s consensus-driven policies for decades.

UN court: Russia must free 3 detained Ukraine ships, sailors

A U.N. maritime tribunal ruled Saturday that Russia must release immediately three Ukrainian naval vessels it captured in November and also must free the 24 sailors it detained.

Giuliani meets with former diplomat as he continues to press Ukraine inquiries

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has previously talked with law enforcement and government officials in Ukraine about the Democratic National Committee and about Hunter Biden, who served on the board of a Ukrainian gas producer while his father was vice president.

Hitler's henchman, Klimt's muse and a Czech castle in ruins

The gardens were a local marvel when it was owned by Jewish sugar baron Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer before World War II. His wife, Adele, was an art patron immortalized by Gustav Klimt in a painting that became known as the "Woman in Gold." Then the Nazis arrived.


Soldiers in Germany remember fallen comrades as Memorial Day weekend approaches

The 18th Military Police Brigade in Vilseck gathered to remember their brigade’s soldiers who died in combat.

Army veteran who saw the wall come down returns to Berlin 30 years later

Nearly 30 years ago, St. Cloud native Gregg Bursey witnessed a pivotal moment in history. Newly graduated from Apollo High School, Bursey was a military policeman in the U.S. Army stationed in West Berlin.

Hong Kong leader protests over German asylum for dissidents

Hong Kong's leader summoned the German consul on Friday to complain about Germany granting political asylum to two Hong Kong political activists, in a rare case of diplomatic intervention by the government of the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.

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