The day before, Greece announced that an agreement with Skopje on the new constitutional name of the Republic of Macedonia had finally been agreed, which was due to put an end to the decades-long dispute between the countries.
The suspect from South Lincoln was detained and taken to a police station in West Yorkshire for questioning. According to the Counter Terrorism Policing North East, searches were conducted at a "residential property in South Lincoln and an office building in the city center."
The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has attempted to craft a compromise solution to Brexit, keeping the UK in the Customs Union but potentially taking it out of the Single Market.
The deadly accident took place near Daleszewo, northwestern Poland on Wednesday afternoon, local media reported, citing police services.
The existence of an apparent gender pay gap in the UK has once again entered the limelight, with a committee of MPs making recommendations on how to tackle the issue in the financial sector.
The Prime Minister has been given until Autumn to achieve a final Brexit agreement with Brussels by members of her party eager to maintain close links to the continent.
Sputnik spoke to a sports teacher from the UK who has set up a British football school in Russia to train young children. In the light of the World Cup tournament in Russia, professional coach Richard Peers shared his insight into the big game.
Under a commission from the Vesuviana Academy of Ethnohistorical Traditions (Accademia Vesuviana di Tradizioni Etnostoriche), scientists from Siberian Federal University (SFU) designed a project for the development of Vesuvius National Park, a natural historical and architectural park.
Social media networks have exploded as UK Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, seemed to have broken his promise to be more environmentally friendly.
The mayor of a Paris suburb has come under fire for renaming a street in honor of the thousands of Palestinians who were forced to abandon their homes following the Israeli Declaration of Independence in 1948.
French lawyers who had to pay a staggering $122,620 in damages to the Duchess of Cambridge for topless photos are now planning to use Meghan Markle’s photos to support their claim.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The European Commission has proposed to increase EU security spending by nearly 30 percent, from 3.5 billion euros ($4.1 billion) to 4.8 billion euros, for the 2021-2027 budget period to counter growing security threats, the Commission said in a press release on Wednesday.
This latest major data breach has alarmed Brits, as payment details and other sensitive pieces of information were stolen by hackers.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Greece is hoping for the resolution of the conflict in Cyprus after a dispute with Macedonia on the naming of the country has been settled, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said on Wednesday.
The initiative comes amid growing popularity of low-quality porn movies among underage youth and serious fears that they have a negative impact on their real-life sexual experience.
A 20-year-old Iraqi man, Ali Bashar, was arrested in northern Iraq on Friday at the request of German police. He has already admitted to killing 14-year-old Susanna Feldmann.
Previously, the UK tried to implement sanctions on Moscow in April, following the Skripal case. According to Prime Minister Theresa May, she would press for increasing of the sanctions at a summit of EU leaders later in June.
BERLIN (Sputnik) – Hundreds of German police officers are participating in a security operation that aims to tackle migrant smuggling, Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported on Wednesday.
The party's leader Geert Wilders has earlier claimed that Islam is a totalitarian ideology rather than a religion and has called for mosques to be closed and the Koran to be banned.
Faced with the worst migrant crisis since WWII, EU authorities are looking for ways to prevent more asylum seekers from coming in.
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