The European Union has drafted a declaration on behalf of 27 member states in response to the United Kingdom's official exit notification expected Wednesday, a diplomatic source told Sputnik.
Ukraine's Naftogaz is seeking to strike down the Russia's Gazprom access to the Opal gas pipeline, the Ukrainian firm said Wednesday.
Ukrainian subsidiary of Russia's Sberbank has been sold for slightly less than its own capital, about $130 million, media reported Wednesday citing own sources.
The Franco-Russian Dialogue Association held a meeting on Tuesday, attended by several French presidential candidates or their representatives, which demonstrated that while the candidates may have certain disagreements with Moscow, they are interested in dialogue.
French presidential election campaign shows that a new political paradigm, defined by a confrontation between globalists and patriots, has emerged to replace the traditional class-based left-right division, members of the European Parliament from France told Sputnik.
Lithuania is determined to increase its defense spending amid US calls to meet the alliance's 2 percent defense spending target, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius told reporters on Tuesday.
The United Kingdom will do the utmost to guarantee the rights of the EU citizens living in the country, following the Brexit, country's Prime Minister Theresa May will say Wednesday in the House of Commons.
Police used tear gas to disperse Paris protest caused by a recent killing of a Chinese man by French police officers, Sputnik correspondent reported Wednesday.
French The Republicans' presidential candidate Francois Fillon's wife was placed under the formal investigation on Tuesday over allegations that she was paid huge sums of money for a fake job, local media reported.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 of the EU treaty on Wednesday, thus beginning the procedure of separating from the European Union.
Energy development in Kosovo is to spark economic growth and create jobs in the European enclave where residents face widespread poverty and unemployment, according to a press release by World Bank on Tuesday.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius claimed on Tuesday that the United Stated is "willing" to send to the Baltics liquefied natural (LNG) gas that has been long promoted by Washington as an alternative to energy imports from Russia, despite high shipping cost.
Italian vehicle manufacturer Jet Capsule has unveiled a “flying saucer” prototype hovercraft that is fan-powered, seats two and has a maximum speed of 120 miles per hour.
Moldovan President Igor Dodon on Tuesday requested the dismissal of the country's Education Minister Corina Fusu over her activities promoting Moldova's unification with neighboring Romania.
A Northern Ireland Coca-Cola factory recently found 'human waste' in their Coke cans. The beverage giant and Northern Ireland authorities are investigating the incident.
A hack traced to an undisclosed location in the state of Alabama caused files containing child pornography to wind up on a computer belonging to the president of the Czech Republic.
Serbia with Moscow’s aid is set to modernize its air force fleet, though apart from relying on Russia’s MiG jet fighter aircraft it also depends on its own potential, which it accumulated since the time of Yugoslavia.
The lower house of the German parliament has repelled a serious hacker attack on computers of all factions and 10 individual lawmakers, a local newspaper reported Tuesday citing security services.
The President of the European People's Party group (EPP Group) in the EU Parliament has said there must be a "clear split" between the EU and the UK, in the upcoming talks on Brexit, beginning with a "divorce" before talks on a new trade agreement can begin - and probably not within the allocated two-year timescale.
The question of whether a belief in the supernatural helps or hinders an individual's acceptance of their own mortality is an age-old one. Now however, an academic review of international studies on the subject, suggests a close relationship - although the lead researcher on the project told Sputnik the full picture is a complicated one.
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