The Eiffel Tower opened March 31, 1889. Google is celebrating the 126th anniversary of the tower’s opening with a Google Doodle.
A Greek F16 fighter jet has crashed at Albacete air base in central Spain, killing 10 people including the 2 pilots onboard.
Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that the city intends to sue Fox News over a faked report about Muslims and “no-go-zones.”
Bale is suffering from a buttocks injury that will keep him out of the Champions League clash between Real Madrid and Liverpool at Anfield.
Edward Snowden has submitted a testimony on world-wide government surveillance to the EU parliament. Read the whole statement here.
Google has agreed to make “significant” changes to avoid fines. Here are some fast facts about this tech giant’s EU antitrust case.
The Danish government has warned citizens that the testicle-biting red-bellied pacu fish has been found in the coastal waters between Denmark and Sweden.
Investigators discovered the driver of the Spanish train that crashed, killing 79 people, was on the phone when it derailed going nearly twice the speed limit last week.
Members of the European Parliament have written an open letter to President Obama asking for the pardon of the whistleblower. The trial’s verdict is released today.
Two regional trains collided head-on in Granges-pres-Marnand in Vaud canton, about 30 miles south-west of the capital, Bern.
The American Ambassador to Belgium has been accused of soliciting minors and prostitutes. Patrick Kennedy accused of covering up his transgressions.
The world’s most iconic landmark was rocked by a bomb threat made on Saturday night.