Russian ambassador and the Hungarian side exchanged opinions on the issue over he remarks made by Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency’s Director General Dmitry Kiselev on the 1956 uprising in Budapest, and came to the conclusion that it was the matter of different historic interpretations, according to official statement.
The tiny jawbones of a fossilized 424-million-years-old fish from the Swedish island of Gotland could provide answers to why we humans lose our milk teeth. Using synchrotron X-ray tomography, researchers at Uppsala University, together with colleagues at the ESRF in France examined the jaw to learn more about the mystery of milk teeth.
Prince Michael said Wednesday he was optimistic that the UK’s trade ties with Russia would remain strong despite the recent difficulties.
Norway plans to install CCTV cameras along its lengthy border with Sweden in an effort to reduce smuggling. Previously, a test run proved effective and resulted in a three-fold increase in the volume of confiscated drugs. On the other hand, surveillance cameras will set Norway back millions of kroner.
Patron of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce said that the exports of UK goods have had a little boost due to the drop in the pound sterling's exchange rate.
Spanish police detained a Moroccan national suspected of having links to the Daesh terrorist group, local media reported on Wednesday.
Michael Fallon said that UK Defense Ministry mulls sending tactical drones and Challenger 2 tanks to Eastern Europe as part of its commitment to NATO to deploy a battalion to Estonia.
According to reports, Secret audio tape of UK Prime Minister’s speech a month before the Brexit vote revealed her warnings about the importance of the country's EU membership in terms of economy.
According to media reports, french firefighters were busy overnight putting out dozens of blazes at the "Jungle" refugee camp in Calais.
A number of asylum seekers that will arrive in Sweden by the end of 2016 is expected to reach 32,000 people, compared to over 163,000 arrivals in 2015, the Swedish Migration Agency said on Tuesday.
Europe is currently searching the ways to tackle a major migrant crisis as thousands of people are traveling across the Mediterranean Sea from conflict-torn countries in North Africa, the Middle East, and Central and South Asia, to reach European shores.
In early August, the United Nations said that 250,000 migrants had arrived in Europe by sea so far in 2015.
Munich police spokesman Thomas Baumann denied Tuesday the reports claiming that two people were detained in connection with the case of a 28-year-old Russian of the Chechen origin who is suspected of terrorism.
On February 12, 2015, the leaders of Ukraine, Germany, Russia, and France worked out a reconciliation deal including 13 points aimed at ending the military confrontation between Kiev forces and independence supporters in eastern Ukraine. The deal includes an unconditional ceasefire coming into force at midnight on February 15, urges Kiev to undertake constitutional reform with a focus on Ukraine’s decentralization, as well as stipulates the withdrawal of all foreign armed groups, equipment and mercenaries from eastern Ukraine under the observation of the OSCE.
As Norway prepares to allow foreign troops on its soil for the first time since World War II, NATO will also meet in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss plans to boost its military presence along the eastern flank.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson William Spindler said that the situation in Calais highlights the need for greater responsibility sharing and coordination between EU member states to address current gaps in asylum and reception.
Former Parliamentary State Secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Defense Willy Wimmer, said that German society should be grateful to RT and Sputnik for ensuring media pluralism in the country.
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) considers that Ukraine will remain for some time one of the largest operations of ICRC, according to ICRC President Peter Maurer.
The demolition is underway of the so-called Jungle camp in Calais, northern France, as the last tents and shacks are removed by the authorities.
French police are staging their eighth day of protest against the government of French President Francois Hollande, whose political worth has plummeted from being a hero in the wake of the Paris attacks, to being the villain of the piece over his weak backing of police powers and resources.
It seems euroskepticism is not just a major phenomenon in the UK following Britain's decision to leave the EU, with a new poll finding widespread dissatisfaction with the bloc's current direction and an urge within member states to reform the union.
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