After 30 years of atrophy, experts say, Europe’s shrunken military industry will struggle to provide the Ukrainians with a million artillery shells by March.
Tens of thousands are converging on the Mediterranean port city to attend the service, which will be held at its soccer stadium.
Tens of thousands are expected at a Mass with Francis in the French port city. Although the pontiff will meet President Emmanuel Macron, it is not an official state visit.
Days after the storm made landfall in Canada, its remains are expected to bring rain and wind to parts of Britain that just experienced a heat wave.
To increase their ranks, neo-Nazi groups in Germany and across Europe are using the sport as a training and recruiting tool.
The newly discovered letter, written by a German Jesuit to Pope Pius XII’s personal secretary, suggests that the pope knew of Hitler’s atrocities but chose to remain silent.
After a summer of intense heat, raging fires and catastrophic floods, a term for pervading dread about climate change and other environmental crises is having its moment.
Relatives of Johan Floderus have released details of his incarceration since April 2022, revving up a public campaign on his birthday to bring him home.
The vote in Slovakia this month will be a test of European unity on Ukraine, and of Russia’s efforts to undermine it. The front-runner wants to halt arms shipments to…