Three quarters of all Polish people say they back the Warsaw government's refusal to take in refugees under a mandatory quota system, which has pitched in on a headlong battle against the European Union and the EU is threatening Poland with sanctions if it continues to defy Brussels.
EU ministers - minus the UK - in a special General Affairs Council meeting, May 22 - have agreed to adopt the draft negotiating directives on the UK's exit from the European Union and to effectively begin the negotiations over Britain's exit from the EU and a new trade relationship between the EU and the UK.
A senior Czech lawmaker lamented the actions of activists who had protested against the concert tour of Russia's Alexandrov Ensemble.
A prominent Belgian government official apparently ended up accidentally disclosing classified information related to the visit of the NATO leaders’ wives to the country.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called a law on independence, allegedly developed by Spanish authorities "blackmailing the state, democracy and the Spanish people."
One of Europe's most famous football clubs is at the heart of a tug-of-war between an American billionaire and his Russian rival. The football season ended on Sunday, May 21, and Arsenal missed out on Champions' League qualification for the first time in 20 years.
Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has demanded a firm commitment to debt relief for Greece on the day EU finance minister meet to discuss the latest round of austerity measures for Greece, which has struggled to meet the terms of its third bailout, in a sign that the issue is climbing the German federal election agenda.
Switzerland will phase out nuclear power from 2019, after 58 percent of voters in a referendum supported a switch to renewables. The vote comes only months after Britain opted to build a new nuclear power station.
According to Luxembourg's foreign minister, the European Union should begin trade talks with the United Kingdom after the Brexit bill is ready.
The UK Labour party improved its projected share of the votes in the upcoming June 8 general election since last Monday, but the ruling Conservative party is still expected to win by a landslide, a poll revealed Monday.
The Swedish do-it-yourself community has attracted unexpected and unwanted company, as Malmö criminals have started using 3D printers to manufacture their own weapons.
Estonia's Conservative People's Party (EKRE) has sent a bill to the country's parliament proposing that immigrants from non-EU countries (i.e. Russia) and 'non-citizens' (i.e. country's ethnic Russian and Russian-speaking residents) be stripped of the right to vote in upcoming local elections.
Marine Le Pen said on Monday that the French citizens should not fear monetary sovereignty and pledged to open the debates regarding the return to national currency franc after the legislative elections in the country.
Professor Stephen Hawking has called on mankind to redouble its efforts to colonize other worlds, believing the Earth will become uninhabitable within the next 100 years. It is neither the first time Hawking has made such a prediction, nor the impending destruction of the world has been foretold.
New evidence from the European Investigative Collaborations has exposed the fact that Malta is actively marketing itself as a pirate base for tax avoidance inside the EU, welcoming large companies and wealthy private clients who try to dodge taxes in their home countries.
The social care program for older people will have a cap on how much a person should pay for their care so that they do not lose all of their savings, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday, softening the original approach introduced in her party's election manifesto and dubbed "dementia tax" by the media.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said that European Commission plans to launch negotiations with the United Kingdom on it leaving the European Union starting on June 19.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ended up being booed after a public appearance at a memorial complex, prompting concerns about growing discontent with his rule within the country.
Complaints about violence and littering have led police in Switzerland to visit asylum centers with a video showing refugees how they are expected to behave in the country.
The EU General Affairs Council endorsed the EU Commission's negotiating directives on Brexit.
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