The UN has estimated that 40,000 people died, many of them civilians, during Sri Lanka's civil war that lasted nearly three decades.
Paris prosecutor said French authorities had a security file on one of the concert hall attackers and that there were three teams of attackers.
The Fortingall Yew in Perthshire, estimated to be around 5,000 years old, is regarded as a male tree because it produces pollen.
Germany's top security official has sharply criticized Austria for dumping migrants at the border between the two countries under the cover of night.
Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said Wednesday that his Social Democrats wouldn't back a system that entails people being interned at the border.
The Dutch Safety Board said in its final report released on Tuesday that the jet was destroyed by a Soviet-made Buk surface-to-air missile. Two-thirds of the 298 people who died were Dutch.
Only three suspects have been identified so far and all are men in their 20s from Chechnya, a predominantly Muslim region in southern Russia where an Islamic insurgency still simmers after two separatist wars.
EU foreign ministers have agreed to suspend sanctions for four months, after the elections passed off without incident, France's European affairs minister Harlem Desir said.
The International Organisation for Migration said Friday that there had been a sharp increase in the number of migrants arriving in Greece, to some 7,000 a day, up from 4,500 per day at the end of September.
The deal, which was signed last month with the help of the European Union, will ensure that Ukraine will receive Russian gas for six months through March 2016.
Medical authorities say the risk of Cafferkey transmitting the virus is low, but public health officials in Scotland are monitoring people with whom she had close contact.
Europe feels overwhelmed and needs to be far more rigorous in sending economic migrants back if it wants to find enough goodwill among its population to continue harboring true refugees.
Putin scored seven goals as his star-studded team, which included NHL legends Vyacheslav Fetisov and Pavel Bure, won the game 15-10.
Air France confirmed in a meeting with staff on Monday that it plans to cut 2,900 jobs by 2017 and shed 14 aircraft from its long-haul fleet as part of efforts to lower costs, two union sources said.
The Daily Telegraph newspaper said a man had fired on the building, hitting a police employee before being shot dead by police.
Croatian police said Friday the border is now open "to all traffic without restrictions."
Prime Minister Viktor Orban told reporters Friday that Hungary would not put anything on that border that can't be "cleaned up" within a day.
A file recovered from Liam Lyburd's laptop had the words "you people ruined my whole life, don't expect me to show mercy today."
Alexis Tsipras told his first Cabinet meeting that his aim is to have steered the country out of its crisis by 2019 when his four-year mandate ends.
The influx of mainly Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans has caused tensions between Balkan rivals Serbia and Croatia, with countries criticizing each other over border closures and traffic blockades.
Merkel told German lawmakers Thursday that "the opportunities are much bigger than the risks, we just have to recognize and use them."
Martin Wintekorn said in a statement on Wednesday that "Volkswagen needs a fresh start - also in terms of personnel. I am clearing the way for this fresh start with my resignation.''
"We must prepare a concrete plan, which must finally appear in place of the arguments and the chaos we have witnessed in the last weeks," Tusk told reporters before chairing the summit.
Croatia shut all but one of its crossings with Serbia last week to block the migrant surge, which has reached 44,000 in a week.
Labor Minister George Katrougalos says the new administration elected Sunday has to focus on the reforms that were a key condition for the latest in a series of international bailouts keeping the country afloat.