The UK House of Commons has been discussing the Brexit withdrawal deal for the third day in a row.
Police and rescue services in Northern Norway are deeply concerned over the alleged disruption of GPS signals, which in a worst case scenario, they claim, could put public safety at risk.
According to daily Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung outlet, courts in the German cities of Magdeburg and Erfurt have being evacuated due to bomb threats sent via e-mail.
Danish Social Minister Mai Mercado has established a work group which brings together eight cabinet ministries, in order to obtain recommendations on how to better balance the rights and responsibilities associated with the world's oldest vocation.
Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide has stressed the lack of a plan to follow Norway's bombings of Libya as part of a NATO operation, the Scandinavian country's largest since World War II. At the same time, she argued that the world community should have intervened in other cases, such as during the 1994 Rwanda genocide.
PRAGUE (Sputnik) – China is preparing to take response measures in reaction to the claims of the Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NCISA) that Chinese telecommunication giant Huawei represents a threat to national security, Czech President Milos Zeman said.
Croatia and Israel cancelled a deal for a dozen used Israeli F-16 aircraft on Thursday over issues about who would pay to uninstall Lockheed Martin’s intellectual property on the aircraft – concerns voiced by the Trump administration.
VIENNA (Sputnik) - The Austrian government will introduce a 3-percent tax on international tech giants with an annual turnover exceeding 750 million euros ($864 million), Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Thursday.
PARIS (Sputnik) - An online fundraising platform has raised more than a million euros ($1.15 million) for French law enforcement officers who were injured during the "Yellow vests" protests.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The advocate general for the European Court of Justice, Maciej Szpunar, has supported Google in its row with the European Union over the bloc's "right to be forgotten," saying that the regulation must be implemented only within the bloc, the court said in a statement on Thursday.
BERLIN (Sputnik) - The normalization of relations between Serbia and the self-proclaimed republic of Kosovo is a crucial condition for rapprochement between Pristina and the European Union, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Thursday.
The cause of the fire that broke out at a hydroelectric power plant near the Croatian port of Dubrovnik is unclear at the moment. According to local police chief Ivan Pavlicevic, firefighters are still at the site, looking for two plant workers who have been missing since the blaze.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Americans and other foreigners are being warned to avoid yellow-vest protests in cities throughout France on Saturday because past demonstrations have turned violent, according to an alert from the US Embassy in Paris on Thursday.
Reactions followed after the announcement that former chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service Sir Richard Dearlove and the former Chief of Defence Staff Lord Guthrie suggested the Brexit deal debated by UK lawmakers "will threaten the national security of the country in fundamental ways."
ROME (Sputnik) - Italian ports remain closed for migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea by non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini reaffirmed on Thursday, lashing out at European migration policy.
The UK government has agreed to respect terms within the Grieve Amendment, amid ongoing chaos and in-fighting over Parliament's meaningful vote set for 15 January aimed at helping MPs define Britain's uncertain Brexit future.
In May 2014 four people were gunned down at a Jewish museum in Brussels, part of a string of anti-Semitic attacks in Europe carried out by Islamic extremists.
UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson is visiting the home to the F-35B Lightning and Tornado jets since the 1970s in Norfolk, England to announce the readiness of F-35s to launch combat missions.
France's Emmanuel Macron and Hungary's Viktor Orban have been engaged in a months-long political war of words amid the French president's threats to sanction EU member states which turn away migrants and the Hungarian prime minister's hard-line position on the migrant question.
About a hundred drivers in Paris, registered with the service VTC (tourist transport with a driver, similar to Uber), are trying to block the ring road, according to Le Point.