REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — A small startup has taken the gaming world by storm, finding success with its QuizUp trivia app and spurning offers to abandon its remote Iceland headquarters in favor of California's Silicon Valley.
ROME (AP) — World diplomats are working to help Libya create a stable government amid violence and growing political tensions that have festered since former President Moammar Gadhafi's regime crumbled in 2011.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Riot police have used tear gas and pepper spray during scuffles with union members protesting austerity measures, during a ban on demonstrations in parts of central Athens due to a visit by German President Joachim Gauck.
LONDON (AP) — British officials have ordered a judge-led public inquiry into how undercover police handled the 1993 stabbing of black teenager Stephen Lawrence.
Home Secretary Theresa May announced the inquiry in Parliament on Thursday after a formal review found evidence suggesting that one of the detectives handling the murder case had acted corruptly.
NANTERRE, France (AP) — The former companion of French President Francois Hollande won her invasion of privacy law suit on Thursday against a gossip magazine, while the actress at the center of the presidential break-up took the publication to court, saying its revelations had shattered her life.