The Polish presidential office reports that the country's President Andrzej Duda and his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier will discuss the issue of World War II reparations on Thursday.
Early report indicated the Catalan police cordoned off Barcelona's Sagrada Familia Church in response to a suspicious vehicle found nearby, however, law enforcement later released a statement confirming the incident as a false report.
A Spanish TV host pulled a prank on his female co-presenter by cutting her short dress during a live show. The prank somewhat backfired as not everyone was amused by it.
According to a member of the European Parliament, the newly launched EU website aimed at responding to a so-called Kremlin "disinformation," just serves a pro-EU propaganda machine.
According to a statement that cited Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland's Place in Europe, the Scottish government recommended its devolved parliament not to support Westminster's EU Withdrawal Bill.
The Red Hand Commandos, a Northern Irish loyalist paramilitary group, has formally submitted an application to be legally recognized, in what could be the first of a series of requests to allow former terrorist groups to operate openly.
Nine people from a traveler family in England have been jailed for making vulnerable men work for them without pay. It came as the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, warned there were people in London who "simply owned people."
The head of the French UNSA labor union blamed the impending new French president's economic policy in an interview with Sputnik amid ongoing massive protests in the country. The senior union activist admitted that the planned reform indicates the state’s willingness to totally undermine employee rights by giving preference to enterprises.
The German airline Air Berlin canceled more than 110 flights on Tuesday because of a high number of sick leaves.
The UK government has increased the deportation of EU nationals since the Brexit vote. But a professor of European law told Sputnik some of these deportations may have been on questionable grounds.
A major new academic study has found Facebook's fact-checking methods, aimed at identifying and neutralizing 'fake news' on the network, is ineffective - in part because individuals don't trust the mainstream media
A man has appeared in a Scottish court charged with a hate crime after teaching his girlfriend's pet dog to give a Nazi salute.
According to El Mundo newspaper, the Constitutional Court of Spain accepted for review a lawsuit of the country’s government against the Catalan law on the transition to independence.
Ukraine has launched military maneuvers named Steadfast Firmness 2017 all over the country with no "photos and videos of military equipment" permitted, while the upcoming large-scale joint Russia-Belarus Zapad-2017 drills will be covered by nearly 270 foreign journalists along with NATO experts.
Danish archeologists have sensationally discovered the remains of an historic hamlet from the Middle Ages that disappeared from the country's map centuries ago.
Violence has erupted as thousands of people took to the street of Paris to protest against a new labor law proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron. The controversial reform was unveiled by the French government in late August.
A leading think tank has suggested the UK is the most influential power in Europe and second only to the US around the world, based largely on its international diplomatic strength - although significant question marks hover over the true value of "soft" power in the 21st century.
German arms producer Heckler & Koch has promised to stop sales to warzones and countries that violate corruption and democracy standards. Veteran anti-arms-trade campaigner Jurgen Grasslin told Radio Sputnik that because exported arms often end up in the hands of terrorists, arms sales should be banned altogether.
UK Ministers have promised to pursue "deeper" defense ties with Europe than any other country post-Brexit - but key EU figures consider the pledge a bargaining tactic.
Parisians took the streets to protest against new labor reform proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron.
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