An unusually frank Nato Secretary General issued an unequivocal warning on the course of events should Russia attack Latvia or Estonia.
The UN envoy's team believed the visible presence of our camera crew was probably the best protection they could have had from the militia.
Francois Hollande shot down David Cameron's hopes of talking about EU treaty change negotiations today.
There is an urgent need for de-escalation in Ukraine as President Yanukovich tries to calm a country bitterly divided over years of history.
There are serious doubts about if, how and when an independent Scotland will take its place in the EU.
Angela Merkel's Conservative party is just seats short of an absolute majority, but her Liberal coalition partners have been destroyed.
Is Russia's proposal for international monitors to oversee Syria's arsenal of chemical weapons, serious diplomacy or just making trouble?
The worst economic upheaval since the Great Depression is not over. Not yet. But there are, at last, signs that it may be coming to an end.
Spain could damage to the economy in Gibraltar, but in doing so it would harm its own, so a further escalation of threats is unlikely.
As former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is handed a seven-year jail sentence, is this the end of his political career?