Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EC, receives the Bridge-Builder Award presented by the American Chamber of Commerce
Britain and America have been largely in step on regulating tobacco products since the mid-1960s, when they published their first
Thomas Cook, one of the biggest holiday companies in Europe, collapsed in dramatic fashion on Monday, with consequences ricocheting from
In a landmark decision, the European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday that “the right to be forgotten”, one of the
As the EU and Australia hash out the details of a new free trade agreement, a surprising sticking point has
Only migrants in extreme health conditions have been taken in by Malta and Italy.
That the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project, which is backed by both the Russian and German governments, is
Salvini's refusal to appear inn the Italian Senate over the so called Russiagate has angered his ruling coalition partners from
Ankara remains unyielding in the face of potential EU sanctions over the Cyrpus EEZ natural gas dispute.
France's national holiday did not go without violent clashes as Yellow Vest protesters tried to blockade the Champs Elysees boulevard.
A severe summer storm front has killed six people in Halkidiki in Northern Greece, all of them foreign tourists.