- The Latest: European artists win for cartoons on migrants Updated: May-28-16 10:44 am
ROME - The Latest on Europe's migration crisis (all times local):
- Saving salamanders: Searching for signs of a deadly fungus Updated: May-27-16 11:01 am
SUNDERLAND, Vermont - Holding a sandwich bag containing a squirming, Eastern red-spotted newt, Evan Grant inspects its shiny skin for signs of a killer.
- Belgian chaos: Train, prison strikes continue, more to come Updated: May-27-16 3:33 am
BRUSSELS - A wildcat train strike paralyzed large swathes of the Belgian rail network for the second day in a row, snarling traffic in the capital and raising fears of more labor unrest to come.
- Fourth missionary injured in Brussels attack out of hospital Updated: May-26-16 5:39 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A 66-year-old Mormon missionary who suffered severe burns on more than one-third of his body in the Brussels airport bombing has been released from the hospital.
- Belgian broadcaster: extremists planned to strike crowd Updated: May-26-16 11:13 am
BRUSSELS - State-run Belgian broadcaster RTBF said Thursday four suspected extremists detained by police were collecting money to buy arms and explosives and developing plans to strike at a crowded target like Antwerp's main train station.
- Belgium questions 4 IS suspects who may have planned attacks Updated: May-25-16 3:54 pm
BRUSSELS - Belgian prosecutors said Wednesday they have questioned four suspected Islamic State group recruiters, who may have planned new attacks in the country.
- NATO's star sculpture is moving to the alliance's new home Updated: May-25-16 3:47 pm
BRUSSELS - The giant oxidized steel star that has stood in front of NATO's headquarters in Brussels for decades is being moved to the alliance's new home across the street.
- Dutch king: European bouquet incomplete without English rose Updated: May-25-16 12:03 pm
BRUSSELS - Dutch King Willem-Alexander used a speech to the European Parliament on Wednesday to make a plea for unity less than a month before Britain's referendum on whether to remain in the 28-nation bloc.
- Brussels police chief injured during anti-austerity clashes Updated: May-24-16 4:24 pm
BRUSSELS - The Brussels police chief was injured Tuesday during clashes at the end of a major anti-austerity demonstration attended by around 50,000 people in the center of the Belgian capital.
- Luxembourg to be quizzed over tax ruling allegation Updated: May-24-16 9:23 am
BRUSSELS - The Belgian government says it will quiz Luxembourg over media allegations that it makes unwritten tax agreements with companies despite European Union insistence to promote full transparency on the much-criticized practice.
- 2015 was a corporate buyout bonanza; here comes the sequel Updated: May-23-16 4:41 pm
After 2015's blistering global buyout pace, this year is shaping up to be quite the sequel with Bayer's $62 billion attempt to buy Monsanto and create a global seed giant.
- EU boosts Med naval mission for Libya coast guard training Updated: May-23-16 12:16 pm
BRUSSELS - The European Union boosted the role of its naval operation in the Mediterranean on Monday after Libya granted permission for the EU to train its coastguard, as increasing numbers of desperate migrants leave the country in unseaworthy boats bound for Italy.
- Islamic State's lasting grip is a new hurdle for Europe, US Updated: May-22-16 6:24 am
PARIS - The girl, speaking in the lilting accent of southern France, appeared in government ads describing how she was recruited by Islamic State extremists during her quest for religion, then encouraged to quit school and go to Syria, and finally to plot a suicide attack against a synagogue at home.
- Brother of Brussels bomber wins European taekwondo gold Updated: May-21-16 2:53 pm
MONTREUX, Switzerland - Mourad Laachraoui, the brother of one of the Brussels airport suicide bombers, keeps enhancing his Olympic taekwondo prospects after winning his third gold medal this year.
- Europe's top human rights body criticizes Belgian prisons Updated: May-20-16 6:26 am
BRUSSELS - Europe's top human rights institution is criticizing Belgian jail conditions and says it's worried about conditions for detainees amid a three-week strike by prison workers.
- Authorities release suspect in Nov 13 Paris attacks Updated: May-19-16 11:46 am
BRUSSELS - Authorities have released a suspect in the Nov. 13 Paris attacks who is charged with terrorism offenses and accused of having links to suspects in the case.
- For asylum seekers, Dutch prisons feel like home Updated: May-17-16 7:13 am
HAARLEM, Netherlands - With crime declining in the Netherlands, the country is looking at new ways to fill its prisons. The government has let Belgium and Norway put prisoners in empty cells and now, amid the huge flow of migrants into Europe, several Dutch prisons have been temporarily pressed into service as asylum-seeker centers.
- The Latest: Timberlake performs at Eurovision Song Contest Updated: May-14-16 5:33 pm
STOCKHOLM - The Latest on the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest (all times local):
- New cyberattack made on bank, financial supervisor warns Updated: May-13-16 6:20 am
BRUSSELS - A new cyberattack has been made against an unnamed bank, part of a coordinated campaign that follows February's theft of $101 million from the Bangladesh central bank, the international money transfer supervisor Swift said Friday.
- Kompany out, Liverpool pair in Belgium's Euro 2016 squad Updated: May-12-16 7:10 am
BRUSSELS - Vincent Kompany was officially left off Belgium's 23-man squad for next month's European Championship on Thursday.
- Home of wealthy French family member searched in Belgium Updated: May-11-16 10:20 am
BRUSSELS - Belgian authorities have searched the home of a member of one of France's wealthiest families in what local media report is an investigation in three European countries into suspected tax fraud and money-laundering.
- Budweiser becomes "America." Drink up. Or not. Updated: May-10-16 3:07 pm
NEW YORK - There's no trademark on America.
- US officials in Belgium to promote intelligence-sharing Updated: May-10-16 12:00 pm
BRUSSELS - A U.S. government delegation is in Belgium to promote greater intelligence-sharing by Belgian and European authorities in the wake of the March suicide bombings that killed 32 victims here, the group's members said Tuesday.
- Athlete hurt in Brussels attacks says recovery going well Updated: May-09-16 8:06 pm
ROCHESTER, Michigan - Former Oakland University basketball player Sebastien Bellin says he expects to return to Michigan in two or three weeks and his recovery following the March bombings at an airport in Brussels is ahead of schedule.
- Extremist trial underway amid high security in Brussels Updated: May-09-16 7:34 am
BRUSSELS - Under heavy security, a trial began in Belgium on Monday of a suspected extremist cell linked to the now-dead ringleader of last year's lethal attacks in Paris.