ANKARA (Sputnik) - Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT) is involved in an investigation into the shooting attack in the Dutch city of Utrecht, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday.
PARIS (Sputnik) - French Prime Minister announced on Monday that the government is replacing the head of Paris police following one more weekend of violent riots that plunged the French capital into chaos and resulted in dozens of injuries.
ANKARA (Sputnik) - The Turkish Foreign Ministry on Monday condemned the deadly shooting attack in the Dutch city of Utrecht that claimed the lives of three people, expressing solidarity with the Netherlands.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Protests in France will continue no matter what security measures the French government intends to take, as increasing pressure is a poor answer to the people’s socioeconomic demands, Christophe Chalencon, who calls himself the yellow vest movement's spokesman, told Sputnik on Monday.
As European politicians wait to review Brexit-related decisions by Westminster ahead of the 29 March deadline, some have made a personal connection to the strenuous process of Britain leaving the EU.
Prince Charles embarked on a Caribbean tour shortly after the Queen threw a grand party dedicated to a real milestone, her son’s 50 years as Prince of Wales, which is the title traditionally - but not always - carried by the first in line to the throne.
Negative commentary flooded social media following the announcement by the Duke of Sussex about him taking two weeks, following birth of this first child.
On 6 March, Sky News published a shocking 'exclusive', revealing the UK National Crime Agency had launched an investigation into a "suspected cyberattack" on the Institute for Statecraft, and its Integrity Initiative subsidiary.
Known for his staunch advocacy of economic nationalism and limited immigration policies, former Trump confidante Steve Bannon has waded into the Brexit debate to give his verdict on Theresa May’s negotiating performance.
In January, the Greek Parliament approved the agreement between Athens and Skopje to rename the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of Northern Macedonia.
The French prime minister has promised to appoint a new head of the Paris police after the city was rocked by violent protesters, who ransacked, looted and set several prominent establishments in the centre of the French capital on fire amid ongoing Yellow Vests protests.
A motion that is the same or "substantially the same" as the motion that has been rejected by the House of Commons, cannot be legally brought to the UK Parliament for another vote, according to John Bercow.
MPs rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal for a second time last week and then backed plans to rule out leaving the European Union without a deal. Sputnik looks at whether there has ever been a more incompetent prime minister.
Mr Johnson’s comments come as Theresa May attempts to win over Eurosceptical MPs to back her ailing Brexit agreement for another possible parliamentary vote this week.
The notorious killer entered into criminal history folklore with a series of brutal murders in London more than a hundred years ago. Since then his or her identity has remained a mystery although police, as well as enthusiasts have pointed at possible suspects. A recent study, using the up-to-date DNA testing, could put the debates to rest.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Monday that it is better to initiate another round of negotiations between the United Kingdom and Brussels concerning the Brexit deal than to allow a hard Brexit to happen.
The UK PM is expected to announce the date for the third Meaningful Vote on her Brexit deal, with rumours circulating it will take place on 20 March, just before the Spring European Council on Thursday.
After multiple failed attempts to pass the government's Brexit deal, the British parliament backed a motion Thursday seeking to extend the withdrawal period beyond March 29, in a bid to prevent the UK from leaving the bloc without a deal in place.
Despite Polish politicians repeatedly confirming the construction of a new military base at the country's own expense, Washington has been cautious in making promises and so far has only been considering taking up Warsaw's offer to deploy troops.
Over the past few days, the YouTube king’s name has been embroiled in a series of controversies: first it was used to deface a World War II memorial in New York, and then the New Zealand shooter, who live-streamed himself killing Muslims at two mosques in Christchurch, appeared to be encouraging people to subscribe to PewDiePie.
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