The Danish Government has announced that it is to put a halt to the development of fish farming at sea
With anti-government demonstrations well into their third month, Hong Kong’s streets are all but soaked in tear gas. Hundreds of
A call for Ireland’s Health Minister Simon Harris, to ‘go a step further’ and introduce measures to tackle period poverty
That the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project, which is backed by both the Russian and German governments, is
As the legal battle surrounding Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete continues to command headlines, the controversy highlights the futility of
Accountancy giants KPMG are set to pay €44 million in fines to settle allegations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Council of Europe Restores Russia’s Voting Rights to Protect Its Citizens at Franco-German Initiative
The decision has been protested by Ukraine and was far from unanimous in the PACE vote.
The re-run of the mayoral vote in Turkey's largest city has solidified the unfavorable local election results for the ruling
Kazakhstan saw the largest protests in the country in the past three years tackled by the authorities with hundreds of
The EU is preparing similar missions in four other countries in the Western Balkans on the Balkan Route of migrants
Austria's now former Vice Chancellor Strache had been gotten "drunk" before the sting operation, according to one Russian newspaper.