Earlier, US President Donald Trump urged his European allies to take back over 800 terrorists captured in Syria and bring them to justice, warning that alternatively, Washington could be forced to release them.
Earlier, UK Prime Minister Theresa May called on lawmakers from her Conservative Party to put aside their differences and unite to pass a Brexit deal.
One month after Norway's Chief of Defence Haakon Bruun-Hanssen admitted that the kingdom's defence capabilities fell short, NATO issued a list of concrete demands to its "sentinel in the North" to make up for the deficiencies uncovered during the Trident Juncture drill.
All passengers and staff were evacuated today from Ciampino Airport in Rome due to a fire, La Repubblica reports.
More than two hundred Italian public school teachers expressed their willingness to take a special course in which they would be trained to expel the devil from students who were under his influence.
Sweden should follow the American example and set up a Guantanamo Bay detention camp of its own to tackle the threat from returning jihadists, conservative debater and US expert Ronnie Berggren has argued.
Speaking at the 2019 Munich Security Conference late last week, US Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday made it clear that Washington is not ready to accept defeat on the Nord Stream 2, and urged the EU member states to reject the project.
Sajid Javid, the UK Home Secretary, has urged his EU counterparts to prepare for a no-deal Brexit which would disrupt the sharing of airline passenger data, laws on extradition, and arrest warrants.
PARIS (Sputnik) – French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will take part in the demonstration against anti-Semitism, which will be held in Paris on Tuesday, local media reported Monday.
The British Broadcasting Corporation has begun an investigation after a voice was heard dropping the F-bomb on air while commenting on the Labour Party split during a live broadcast.
Despite a set of laws that allows sex workers in Germany to register for social security, only a tiny percentage of women working as prostitutes have taken advantage of the opportunity, a recent report suggested.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A change in EU gas import rules will not delay or raise the cost of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, the chief executive of Austria’s OMV, which has a stake in the project, said in an interview out Monday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Euroskeptic parties are on track to hold a fifth of the European Parliament after this May’s vote, the parliament’s forecasts showed on Monday.
Angela Smith was one of seven MPs who quit the Labour Party on Monday, claiming it had been "hijacked" by the Left and was "institutionally anti-Semitic".
Earlier, President Trump urged the US' British, French, German and other European allies to take back over 800 terrorist militants captured by the US and its allies in Syria and bring them to justice, warning that alternatively, Washington could "be forced to release them."
The UK automotive sector may face yet another blow, following the decision by another Japanese manufacturer Nissan to move some of its production to Japan, citing wider industry pressures in the United Kingdom and Brexit uncertainty.
Nigel Farage may be facing serious competition from the likes of a UK multimillionaire financier who backs a no-deal Brexit and who vowed to campaign for it if a snap election is called.
Berlin and Paris are discussing reforms which have taken place in the EU since the election of French President Emmanuel Macron in 2017. In November, Macron underscored the necessity of implementing a "profound reform" of the EU, which he said was specifically caused by Brexit and should be for the benefit of citizens of the bloc's member states.
The foreign ministers of the EU member states have gathered in Brussels to discuss the upcoming presidential election in Ukraine, current developments in Syria, as well as the crisis in Venezuela.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK authorities have endorsed plans of Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell to leave oil rig parts in the North Sea that are set to be decommissioned in the near future, despite German objections, Greenpeace UK’s journalism project Unearthed said.
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