Police and protesters clashed violently in Paris streets Tuesday, with fire and water cannons turning neighborhoods into chaos.
LONDON (Sputnik) - Ongoing disagreements over post-Brexit trade between London and Dublin may spell disaster for areas dependent on trade across the Northern Irish border, namely rural ones, UK lawmaker Owen Paterson, who served as state secretary for Northern Ireland in 2010-2012, said on Tuesday.
BELGRADE (Sputnik) - Bulgarian Defense Minister Krasimir Karakachanov on Tuesday called on the European Union and NATO not to diminish the intensity of their expansion policy in the Balkans to prevent the region's countries falling under the "influence of Russia and Turkey."
MADRID (Sputnik) - Spain's National Cryptologic Center, a branch of the country's intelligence service, has claimed that Russian institutions attempted to influence the crisis in Catalonia last year, citing to the center's report.
While uncertainty in the wake of the secretary of state’s address about the future of European companies in Iran grows, Germany’s top economic official has promised to do his best in negotiating but warned about the consequences of Washington’s one-sided withdrawal.
A mother who made her teenage daughter marry a male relative 16 years her senior has been convicted in the first successful forced marriage prosecution in England.
While the EU is paving the way for tanks in Europe, preparing infrastructure, Germany is arming itself with the newest А7V modification for the Leopard 2, advertised by the producer as the world's most powerful main battle tank.
Households in Britain are financially worse off after Brexit, according to the governor of the Bank of England. The head of the Bank of England admits Brexit has cost British households "a lot of money."
The UK Minister of Defense has been questioned by parliamentarians ahead of the NATO summit in July this year on the future of Britain’s relationship with the Alliance.
Ukrainian authorities began a formal campaign to try to separate the Ukrainian Orthodox Church from the Moscow Patriarchate last month, in a move opposition politicians have warned could have "disastrous consequences" in dividing Ukrainian society and threatening the country's statehood.
A frail elderly lady who presented herself as the mother of a former Russian intelligence officer, who was allegedly poisoned in England in March, made a public appeal requesting to be allowed to talk to her son.
A blast hit a passenger bus in the Debalsevo settlement of Donbass, killing one and injuring two others, reported a representative of the Donetsk People's Republic at the Joint Center on Control and Coordination of issues related to the ceasefire regime.
Israel’s victory in the Eurovision final on May 12 has been mirrored not only online, but by official mass media outlets, and a number of parallels have most naturally been drawn with the nation’s latest moves in the Gaza standoff.
The eurozone and the European Central Bank’s (ECB) monetary policy have increasingly come under fire in recent months, particularly by rising populist, Eurosceptic groups, which consider the current interest rates and other areas of monetary policy to be unsuitable and limiting the on the performance of many EU member states’ economies.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Kremlin has not received any initiatives on the possibility of exchanging RIA Novosti Ukraine portal head Kirill Vyshinsky, arrested in Ukraine, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.
The left-wing Alternative party has been at pains to disassociate itself from the eyebrow-raising tweet by a member, who argued that US President Donald Trump and the Republican Party constituted a larger threat to humanity than Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
The participant of the riots in the west of France was seriously injured as a result of the use of special means by the police forces, BFMTV reported.
A supporter of the English national football team David Rogers traveled to Moscow and St. Petersburg with his wife in 2017 and "loved it." When his son mentioned he also wanted visit Russia, David decided to combine travelling and seeing England play in the World Cup tournament this summer.
Although the first pictures demonstrating the vulnerable social group appeared a while ago, negative comments continue to come in, as the nation is preparing for the much-anticipated abortion referendum.
The right-wing Danish People's Party has kicked up a notch the recent suggestion by Danish Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg, who has called on Muslims to take a vacation during their holy month of fasting, which, she claimed, was dangerous for society.
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