2 on trial for stabbing of French Holocaust survivor
Mireille Knoll's brutal death in 2018 shocked France and served as a reminder of both historic antisemitism and its resurgence in recent years.
Queen Elizabeth won't attend climate conference in person
Queen Elizabeth II has canceled her planned engagement at the U.N. climate conference, accepting doctors' advice to rest, Buckingham Palace said Tuesday.
Belgium reimposes restrictions as COVID-19 cases spike
With coronavirus infections and hospitalizations shooting upward, the Belgian government on Tuesday reimposed some pandemic restrictions that it only relaxed a few weeks ago and expanded a nationwide use of the COVID-19 pass.
Energy crisis divides European nations at emergency meeting
European Union energy ministers clashed at an emergency meeting over how to cushion consumers and companies from soaring power and natural gas prices, with political and legal constraints leaving little room for immediate action.
A new UN report finds the world’s biggest economies are failing to slow global warming
The world’s major economies, many of who helped fuel the Earth’s warming over the past century through massive greenhouse gas pollution, are still failing to do their part to adequately tackle the problem, a United Nations report found Tuesday.
Poland plans 'radical' strengthening of its military
Poland's ruling party leader presented plans Tuesday for a bill to "defend the fatherland," legislation he said is aimed at "radically" strengthening the military as the country faces migration pressure from its eastern neighbor Belarus.
Closures still in effect at Navy base in Sicily as storms keep pounding flooded area
Hurricanelike weather over the weekend caused widespread flooding and wind damage in Sicily, particularly in the area around Catania, near NAS Sigonella.
Russia, Ukraine report record daily deaths, low vaccinations
The daily number of COVID-19 deaths in Russia hit another high Tuesday amid a surge in infections that forced the Kremlin to order most Russians to stay off work starting this week.
Justice Department: 150 people arrested in darknet drug probe
Law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europe have arrested 150 people and seized more than $31 million in an international drug trafficking investigation stemming from sales on the darknet, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
Navy puts hospital alongside US military stockpile in Norwegian cave complex
Cave networks in Norway’s granite mountains house a variety of military and engineering equipment, including M1A1 Abrams tanks, amphibious assault vehicles and howitzers.