The presence of crosses in Bavarian courtrooms does not compromise the supposed neutrality of magistrates, according to the state's top
The suspect is believed to have escaped the site of the tram shooting in Utrecht by car.
The Dutch counter-terrorism police appeared to be preparing to raid a house located near the shooting site.
EU Slams ‘Illegal Annexation’ of Crimea, Stands with Ukraine as Russia Celebrates 5th Anniversary of ‘Reunification’
The EU has lambasted Moscow on a number of Crimea-related issues - from the Crimea (Kerch) Bridge to the human
The Dutch police are investigating a possible terrorist motive in the Utrecht tram shooting.
Some 80 venues were vandalized by black bloc anarchists in downtown Paris on Saturday during the 18th week of Yellow
Serbia's leader further defied the protesters by tweeting a photo of him playing chess with the Interior Minister while the
The renewed violence is reminiscent of December's rallies and might signal a resurgence of the Yellow Vests' movement.
Merkel's fourth Cabinet has received mixed reviews for its performance so far.
The lawsuit is based on binding and non-binding international documents but also on legal precedents abroad including the Urgenda Case
The charged businessman is known to have threatened the journalist a number of times.