A Florida State University graduate opened fire at the crowded library of the university, wounding three people on Thursday, CNN reported.
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EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn said on Thursday Belgrade would have to join EU sanctions against Moscow if it wants to be part of the European Union.
The annual Atlantic Council Energy and Economic Summit, opening in Istanbul on Thursday, will address the creation of innovative solutions for today’s challenges in the energy sector, the organisers said.
Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) leader Isa Mustafa is tipped to become Kosovo's next Prime Minister after an agreement between the main political aprties to form a coalition cabinet, sources say.
Ukraine has turned down Moscow's suggestion to talk directly to pro-Russian rebels to put an end to the conflict in the eastern part of the country.
The new President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker will face a vote of no confidence tabled by right-wing and far-right Eurosceptic parties.
Romania's president elect Klaus Iohannis said his party - the National Liberal Party (PNL) – will seek the replacement of incumbent government in 2015 or 2016, at the latest, reports the Romanian news agency Agepress.
The death toll in Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attack at a Jerusalem synagogue has risen to five.
The foreign ministers of Germany and Russia will discuss renewed tensions in Ukraine on Tuesday in a bid to prevent further esclation of the conflict.
Teodor Melescanu, who recently became the Foreign Ministry of Romania, has stepped down due to the poor organization of Sunday's presidential elections abroad.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) said on Tuesday two of its members were responsible for the attack in a Jerusalem synagogue that had left four people dead.
Thousands of Hungarians took to the streets of Budapest on Monday to protest against Prime Minister Viktor Orban and the government, the BBC reported.
The EU member states and the European Parliament have failed to strike a deal on the 2015 budget and talks will continue.
Greeks commemorated on November 17 the 41st anniversary of the 1973 Athens Polytechnic Uprising with demonstrations in Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras and most major cities.
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