In recent weeks, the German chancellor has experienced three tremor episodes during meetings with various foreign leaders. However, Angela Merkel’s shortness of breath while speaking during France’s Bastille Day celebrations in Paris had nothing to do with the previous shaking episodes, a government spokesman has said.
The finds are in fantastic condition, given that they are at least 500 years old, archaeologists say.
An unapologetic display of unholstered guns during a dance at an immigrant wedding party in the Swedish town of Filipstad has rocked the peaceful Nordic nation, sparking a debate.
A$AP Rocky, born Rakim Mayers, was arrested by the Swedish police on 2 July following a street fight in Stockholm. His detention and conditions of detention have since triggered an international commotion.
Assange is now serving a 50-week sentence in Britain for skipping bail after he spent seven years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in order to flee what he said was a politically motivated case against him. The WikiLeaks founder faces extradition to the US for alleged computer hacking, accusations that he denies.
Love Island is a reality dating show that has been a huge success both in the US and the UK. Boris Johnson has recently admitted to watching the show and being “baffled” by it.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Everyone in Ukraine, except for extreme nationalists, understands that the case against RIA Novosti Ukraine portal head Kirill Vyshinsky is absurd, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.
The judge said the woman knew what she was doing, because, judging by the amount of drugs found by police, she must have been trusted by her accomplices.
Trillion-dollar e-commerce company Amazon’s “Prime Day” has become a major digital holiday over the years, but employees at the company’s Minnesota and German facilities used the internet craze to amplify their grievances with the company. By the looks of Amazon’s plans for automation, however, their outrage may already be accounted for.
Festivalgoers took to social media filming huge blaze close to the Fresh Island festival at Zrće beach, on the island of Pag, in Croatia.
On Monday, CNN published a report based on “exclusive documents”, said to have been obtained by the media outlet, claiming that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange worked with alleged Russian hackers and other intelligence officials in a bid to damage Hillary Clinton’s reputation and ruin her 2016 presidential run.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The European Union has renewed sanctions on North Korea in response to the latter's nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs, a statement from the US council said. Currently, at least 57 persons and 9 entities fall under new EU sanctions imposed on North Korea.
Many celebrated Brits have made their appearance on banknotes issued in Scotland and Northern Ireland. New art brandished on £5 and £10 notes began circulation in Northern Ireland in February.
Police at Heathrow Airport in London, UK, are currently investigating how an unaccompanied 12-year-old boy managed to board a British Airways flight bound for Los Angeles, California, without a ticket.
KIEV (Sputnik) - The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry on Monday accused Hungarian authorities of interfering in Kiev's domestic affairs and called on Hungarian officials to refrain from further visits to Transcarpathia until the Ukrainian parliamentary election is completed.
The European Council said in a Monday statement that in light of "Turkey’s continued and new illegal drilling activities, the Council will suspend negotiations on the Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement and agree not to hold the Association Council and further meetings of the EU-Turkey high-level dialogues for the time being".
A flight from Dalaman, Turkey, to Gatwick, England, was delayed nearly three hours after two women claimed they felt unsafe in the company of three Muslim men wearing religious attire and requested their removal. Soon after, a tense series of verbal altercations ensued.
KIEV (Sputnik) - The Podolsky district court of Kiev postponed until 19 July the hearing of the case of RIA Novosti Ukraine portal head Kirill Vyshinsky.
The age verification system to be set up by the UK government is likely to be one of the most expansive among Western countries, creating a sense of unease among those who believe that it is not the government’s business to regulate the public’s access to adult pornography.
The reasons for von der Leyen’s statements may be political - she faces a ‘make or break’ vote in the European Parliament 16th July, with MEPs voting on the EU Commission President hopeful. She needs the support of the socialist and liberal groups in Parliament in order for her candidacy to be confirmed.