Maps show the oldest company in (nearly) every country – and a few interesting corporate trends.
A man's skeleton, found facedown with his hands bound, was unearthed near an ancient ceremonial circle during a high speed rail excavation project.
Most of Stonehenge's megaliths, called sarens, came from West Woods, Wiltshire.
The European Union is debating over two lists of nations from which it will accept travelers starting July 1.
Europe is divided on whether films should have subtitles or different audio tracks.
Europe's border closures due to coronavirus go against a fundamental freedom enshrined in the Schengen Agreement.
O.T. Olsen's gorgeous 'Piscatorial Atlas' (1883) describes a world now destroyed and forgotten
Strange bone circles made from mammoths revealed clues about how ancient communities survived Europe's last ice age.
Understanding society as an ever-changing archipelago, rather than as a fixed, closed structure.
With just a few strategical tweaks, the Nazis could have won one of World War II's most decisive battles.
Recent research estimates that the growth of emissions slowed down to 0.6 percent in 2019. However, this still means that humans released more CO2 into the atmosphere in 2019 than in any other year.
Austro-Japanese aristocrat Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi later concentrated on plans for Pan-Europe.
In a metaphor too apt to be made up, the council has been forced to relocate until the flood waters recede.
Venice's mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, said the city was "on its knees."
Should other nations start requiring schools to teach climate science, too?
In Canada and Austria, there are some signs that the young Swedish activist is already reshaping the political landscape.
The summit of Europe's most active volcano is also the world's only decipoint.
The bid to buy Greenland is unlikely to become seriously considered.
Russia urges villagers to leave nuclear fallout area and then tells them to come back.
"Cargotecture" is becoming increasingly popular as a cheap alternative to traditional houses.
Russia's state-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom denies the allegations.