Hundreds of thousands of Greeks took streets in the capital of the Greek province of Macedonia to protest against the use of the name Macedonia by FYROM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia).
Anti-abortion protesters have taken to the streets of the French capital after the group En Marche Pour La Vie has called for a "March for Life" on Sunday, January 21.
While Earth is seized by geopolitical tensions and friction, up in space there are endless possibilities to work together for more important common goals, such were the conclusions during a recent conference on space held in Rome, Italy.
BELGRADE (Sputnik) - The final decision on Macedonia's name issue within the dispute with neighboring Greece will be taken at the nationwide referendum, Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said.
Earlier in January, Seehofer expressed hope that the country's new government would be formed by April 1, however, now the politician believes that "the Social Democratic Party (SPD) congress will result in a decision in favor of negotiations on the forming the coalition government."
According to Bild am Sonntag, the German authorities have discovered "illegal mechanisms shutting off cleaning systems" in A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q5 and Q7 models. In addition, the authorities threaten to ban the sale of Audi A8 vehicles, released before mid-2017.
Talk about sloppy US intelligence: A British 15-year-old managed to access top secret US intelligence on Afghanistan and Iran by posing as former CIA chief John Brennan.
BELGRADE (Sputnik) - The Croatian Interior Ministry said in a Saturday statement that the law enforcement agencies have found two illegal call centers, where the Chinese citizens have been kept and forced to participate in illicit schemes with the use of computers and the internet.
A Norwegian Air Boeing 787 has set a new record for the fastest passage of a subsonic passenger jet airplane between New York City’s JFK and London’s Gatwick airports, completing the voyage in just 5 hours and 13 minutes.
As the controversial publication "contradicted with the clinic's moral and humanistic values," the management had to take decisive steps to address the mistake.
The world-renowned French chef died Saturday at Collonges-au-Mont-d’Or, the place where he was born and had his restaurant.
The controversial game has made headlines in German media and sparked intense debate among experts and social media users. The TV channel already caused criticism earlier this year, after it aired a program that seemed to implicitly support child marriage in Germany.
We all know the benefits of yoga and now high-profile heads of states, chief executives and top bankers will have an opportunity to practice yoga in the Swiss Alps.
While the 40-minute inferno has been contained, firefighters claim that many are still inside and may be dead.
Alcohol-wary pilots prevented their allegedly drunk colleague from flying a jumbo jet with 300 passengers on board, according to British media reports.
Protesters, representing a number of organizations, marched in the German capital on Saturday, calling for changes which would strengthen the economic position of farmers, facilitate fair trade and the quality of nutritional products.
The French government believes that the planned closure of a nuclear plant on the border with Germany could help address resultant job losses through fresh employment opportunities in the neighboring country.
A devastating storm hit the northern part of Europe earlier this week, blowing people off their feet and roofs from buildings.
While prison workers continue their protests in France, representative of the Fresnes prison Cédric Boualier explained in an interview with Sputnik what prompted a nationwide strike.
A British beauty blogger and model, Amena Khan, has called the new collaboration “game changing,” as she is the first woman who wears a hijab to be a part in a major hair ad campaign.
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