In Hungary an extremist nationalist party linked to paramilitary-style militias is making huge gains. Brian Whelan reports on his encounters with Jobbik.
Little is known about the brothers believed to be behind the Boston Marathon bomb attacks, but their social networking accounts and online posts help provide insight into their motivation.
Protesters at Margaret Thatcher's funeral could face arrest for causing offence to mourners but human rights groups are warning against heavy-handed policing.
A 60-year-old army veteran guns down 13 people in a murderous rampage in Serbia, killing his mother, his son and a two-year-old cousin before shooting himself and his wife.
The controversy over Paolo Di Canio's comments in support of fascism and Mussolini are by-products of a continuing campaign by Italy's far-right to rehabilitate their image and re-write history.
With child heart surgery set to resume at Leeds General Infirmary after days of uncertainty, some parents remain deeply concerned about the evaluation of the facility.
As Northern Ireland prepares to host this year's G8 summit, the fragile peace is being tested by militant republican groups competing to outdo each other and take their war to the security services.
A major new report into health in Europe reveals that the continent's women are living an average of 7.5 years longer than their male counterparts.
As a report warns that police could still repeat the errors of the Jimmy Savile case, have the authorities failed to act on the lessons of the 2002 Soham murders?