Greece had raised doubts about the sanctions but agreed to keep them in place for another six months.
Greece’s new leaders advocate closer relations with Russia and question the usefulness of NATO.
Some left-wing Italian lawmakers are angered by their leader’s cooperation with Silvio Berlusconi.
Violating the terms of its bailout, Greece cancels privatizations and vows to raise pension payments.
A visit to Riyadh is a chance for President Barack Obama to patch up relations with the Saudis.
Greece’s next government will challenge the rest of Europe in order to put a end to austerity.
A party that promises to renege on Greece’s bailout commitments wins the parliamentary election.
The Euroskeptic party leader seems to shift his position on working with David Cameron’s Conservatives.
An attack on the port city of Mariupol suggests Russia’s land grab in Ukraine is far from over.
Peru is struggling to find a balance between developing its economy and protecting the environment.
The resignation of Yemen’s president leaves Houthi rebels effectively in control of the country.
The new Saudi king, Salman, faces upheaval abroad and challenges at home.