Kosovo's wine industry was facing ruin in the 1990s, when the former Yugoslavia fell apart, and it was plunged into war. Now there are signs that a once-thriving industry is getting back on its feet.
Near 100 years after their last major use in combat, the British Army museum is taking time to remember all the horses that were vital in war through the years.
With the European Union agreeing to a plan to bolster the EuroZone and hopefully avoid massive economic meltdown, question turns to what does this deal really mean?
In Spain, the possibility that nearly 50 years of terrorism may be over is causing shockwaves. Politicians of all stripes are claiming credit for the apparent demise of the Basque terrorist group known as ETA.
The people of Greece have hit the streets in increasing numbers recently, protesting the ever increasing austerity members they're facing, as well as the corruption in their country.
The 42,000 plane trees lining France's historic Canal du Midi are being felled because of a fungus brought to Europe by US soldiers in World War II. Will the planes that decorate the streets of cities such as Paris and London share the same fate?
As Greeks deal with the persistent national crisis, the bonds of family are being tested as every struggles to even get by. Generations living under one roof, trying to get by on less and less money.
As the Greek government tries to get its budget deficits under control, another public sector strike rippled through the country on Monday.
Plane tickets through Europe may get more expensive soon, as airlines may start paying for carbon emissions. Some American carriers have called the charges illegal.
Some in Italy say a propaganda campaign supported by US media outlets affected outcome of Amanda Knox appeal -- Knox was fully acquitted.