More Europe

By Gerald Flurry, from February 6, 2016 in Top Stories 2 »
Few people know Charlemagne’s legacy, but Europe will follow in his footsteps one last time.
By Richard Palmer, from February 3, 2016 in Analysis »
After 500 years, the pope aims to end the biggest split in Christendom—a development that would radically expand the prestige and reach of the Catholic Church.
By Kieren Underwood, from February 2, 2016 in News »
Officials realize the dire need to protect their borders.
Muslim migrants are flooding Germany with problems. German leaders want to cover it up; German citizens want different leaders
Germans should look closely at how immigration has changed their neighbor to the north.
By Gerald Flurry, from January 30, 2016 in Top Stories 2 »
The devastating impact from the United States’ diplomacy with Iran will hasten the return of Jesus Christ.
By Richard Palmer, from January 28, 2016 in Analysis »
How a banking crisis in Italy could reverberate around the world