League chief Matteo Salvini’s call for snap Italian elections after he turned on his own coalition partner faced mounting resistance on Sunday, with both his … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said the Balkan state’s government will compensate owners who voluntarily cull their domestic pigs, as the country works to stamp … Read more
A dangerously intense heatwave across much of Europe continued to grip most of Western Europe with higher temperatures registered Thursday after already breaking records in … Read more
A recently released – and subsequently deleted – document published by a NATO-affiliated body confirmed a long-held open secret: U.S. nuclear weapons are being stored … Read more
Poland tops list of countries giving first residency permits to nonEU nationals – Ukraine tops the receiving end list – Malta’s main recipients are Serbians
More than three million first residence permits were granted by European Union member states in 2017, figures from the bloc’s official statistics agency revealed on … Read more
In 2018, the EU refused entry to more non-EU citizens than in 2017, but fewer were found to be illegally staying within EU borders or … Read more
Syphilis cases skyrocket across Europe with numbers more than double in Iceland, Ireland, UK, Germany and Malta
Syphilis cases have skyrocketed in Europe with reported cases up 70% since 2010, a new report has claimed.
Experts from the European Centre for Disease … Read more
The global shared economy online accommodation platform Airbnb has given in to pressure from the European Commission pressure and will change the way it advertises … Read more
European powers took their first step on Tuesday toward punishing Iran for breaking its nuclear agreement, triggering the deal’s mechanism to resolve breaches.
The foreign … Read more
Iran on Monday said that the last chance for saving its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers will pass after a 60-day deadline.
The warning … Read more
The European Union launched an ambitious effort earlier this year to combat election interference: an early-warning system that would sound alarms about Russian propaganda. Despite … Read more
The current heatwave has kept a firm hold across France and Spain while Wednesday was one for the record books across Europe with daily, … Read more
An Asian elephant holds a water hose with his trunk in order to refresh himself with water in the Berlin Zoo, Berlin, Germany, 25 June … Read more
The EU has found almost a third of branded food products sold in the European Union have the same, or similar labelling, but different contents.… Read more