Now Russians are protesting the overflowing landfills.
Three years later, Brexit is still dominating British politics. We look back at the 2016 referendum.
With roads destroyed and a lack of helicopters, aid is struggling to get to people in remote areas.
The U.K.’s response basically gave Putin a green light for more attacks, says activist Bill Browder.
“Terror is in charge. Violence is in charge. Tyranny is in charge. Dictatorship is in charge.”
Britain could be weeks away from a chaotic departure from the EU that might ruin its most important border crossing
Angela Merkel steps down after 18 years leading the Christian Democratic Union, Germany’s biggest party.
The new Italian populist leaders have vowed to "end poverty" — trebling the previous government's planned budget deficit in the process
Being a cowboy wasn’t even a job in Russia 10 years ago. Today, there are 1,000 of them.
With minimal support at home and pushback from the E.U., the Brexit negotiations are unraveling.
Sixteen migrant farm laborers died this month in two separate road crashes within 48 hours of each other in Italy
It’s been a once-in-a-generation chance at Russian self-promotion — and both Putin and the Cossacks seem to realize it.