Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Šarec accused Croatia of “outrageous” behavior, saying that the country tried to suppress a media report
Katarina Barley, Germany’s Justice minister and lead candidate of the Social Democratic Party in the European election, called for better
A recent extension of the German ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia excluded weapons developed jointly with Germany's infuriated
The suspect in question was previously believed to have been the driver of the suspected hitman.
The Italian government is still going ahead with two controversial social programs, including the introduction of a basic income for
Anti-corruption candidate Zuzana Caputova has won Slovakia’s presidential election with 58 percent of the vote, making her the country’s first
The European Commission and the European Parliament have criticized Romania for “backsliding the rule of law.” On Friday, the Commission
A record number of government ministers, 10, have exited Macron's administration in the first 2 years of his office.
Large swaths of the Southern and Eastern EU are worried about population loss.
The diplomatic row erupted over amendments to a law concerning a government debt of the religious authority of the Muslims
A 73-year-old anti-globalization activists injured in clashes with riot police in Nice has become a symbol for the continuing protests.