After a rancorous debate, the Danish government has agreed to finance the removal of the debris left from a Cold War-era US military base on Greenland, which has long been a toxic issue in relations with its largest overseas domain. However, experts believe that the investment is insufficient.
Royal crowns may be heavy to wear, but the feeling of importance and duty they carry clearly outweighs their heft.
The Natural Cycles app, which earlier this year became the first and only app in the EU to receive certification as a medical device for contraception, has landed in hot water, as dozens of Swedish women who were using the app for birth control suffered unwanted pregnancies.
The Christian Democratic Union (CDU), the Christian Social Union (CSU) in Bavaria and the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) have stated in a reportedly signed coalition paper that they commit to developing common positions with France on all important questions concerning the EU and international politics.
The reached agreement ends the uncertainty about Germany's role on the international stage and strengthening Chancellor Angela Merkel's position.
After signs were found linking human intestinal flora to everything from cancer to diabetes, autism and schizophrenia, the health trend of stool transplant has caught fire across the world, allowing donors of fecal matter to get rich by simply selling their "creations."
France on Friday will launch a nanosatellite, PicSat, into orbit to observe a mysterious, relatively young planet system in our Milky Way galaxy.
PARIS (Sputnik) - French President Emmanuel Macron has stressed France’s commitment to the Iran nuclear deal and called the talks between Seoul and Pyongyang a positive step in a telephone conversation with his US counterpart Donald Trump, the Elysee Palace said in statement late on Thursday.
US President Donald Trump boasted on Wednesday that the US sold Norway high-tech F-52 jets, which would have been good news for jet manufacturers if it weren’t for the fact that the F-52 is a fictional aircraft that only exists in the video game “Call of Duty.”
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's decision to forego the January session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is regrettable, but Moscow and the Assembly should forget their arguments and move forward, focusing on cooperation, PACE's Unified European Left (UEL) Group Chairman Tiny Kox told Sputnik on Thursday.
The posh company which supplies lingerie to the British Monarch has lost its royal status following publication of a book revealing intimate details surrounding royal bra fittings.
Speaking to British television, Nigel Farage said he believed a repeat referendum would deliver the same result and settle the issue “for a generation.”
Today, Europe does not have any supercomputers in the world’s top ten, but the EU aims to change that by raising a lot of money to build some.
The 24-year-old suspect, who faced six war crimes charges, has been sentenced by the Stuttgart Higher Regional Court to 1.5 years on probation.
The 82-year-old actor, who is regarded as one of the most handsome men in his industry and beyond, confessed he “hates the times that we live in.”
While the UK stands to lose from any Brexit outcome, experts still predict that the harder the Brexit scenario, the greater the damage it could do the economy of the United Kingdom.
The former UKIP leader and the co-founder of the pro-Brexit campaign have called for a second referendum on UK's withdrawal from the EU.
In the whacky world of advertising, the general rule is anything goes as global companies regularly seek to seize the public's attention. Now Ikea is looking to gatecrash the party with another crazy stunt destined to grab the headlines.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Former Catalan president Carles Puigdemon should not be allowed to lead over the autonomous region again because of his attempts to escape prosecution as well as inability to unite Catalans, Javier Nart, a member of the European Parliament for the largest unionist party Citizens (Ciudadanos), told Sputnik.
A Swedish zoo has sparked national outrage with its practice of putting down perfectly healthy lions which are deemed "excessive," which puts it in the same league as fellow Nordic menageries that slaughter surplus animals.
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