Nearly 5 million university students graduated in the European Union in 2015 -- most were women.
Armed conflict continues to pose a huge risk to everyday citizens of Afghanistan, with 40% of civilian casualties caused by improvised explosive devices.
The European Union's population increased by 1.5 million in 2016, to almost 512 million, mostly due to migration. Here's where.
A recent Gallup poll shows that people in Latin America had the most positive experiences in 2016, while Greeks were the most stressed and Iranians the angriest.
The extremist group is fast losing territory in Syria and Iraq
"Confidence in the U.S. president to do the right thing" in global affairs has increased in Israel and Russia but fallen "dramatically" in many countries around the world. Outlooks on relations with the U.S. are less striking.
101,295 refugees who had arrived in southern Europe were slated for relocation under an emergency EU initiative to relieve the strain on Italy and Greece. Two years on, only 22,472 have been taken in by other European states.
Modified Petya ransomware that hit Ukraine hard on June 27, 2017, also disrupted computers at Russia’s largest oil company, European banks, and multinational corporations.
Stalin tops Russians' picks for "10 most outstanding figures" of all time.
A day in the life of one miner in the coal basin of eastern Ukraine reveals a man dedicated to working underground to give his daughter options in life that he never had.
Since the Brexit vote, more EU citizens appear to like what they see.
A basket of groceries costs about three times as much in Switzerland as it does in Macedonia, according to Eurostat, which looks at prices for goods and services across Europe.