As the legal battle surrounding Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete continues to command headlines, the controversy highlights the futility of
EU Border Guards Use ‘a Little Bit of Force’ to Push Migrants Back to Bosnia, Croatia’s President Admits
Reports of "push-backs" at the Croatian - Bosnian border, which is also an external border for the European Union, have
Italy has been trying to convince the entire European Union to help relieve pressure it is experiencing from the ongoing
Ankara remains unyielding in the face of potential EU sanctions over the Cyrpus EEZ natural gas dispute.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt were rather sarcastic when describing each other's most admirable qualities.
After Antonio Tajani, the top job of the new European Parliament is going to another Italian but from a different
A compromise put forth by France, Germany, and Spain has been rejected by the Eastern European member states, Ireland as
Accountancy giants KPMG are set to pay €44 million in fines to settle allegations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Johnson has refused to comment on last Friday night's scandal with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds which has made numerous media
Italy's Deputy Prime Minister was given an unusually high-profile welcome in D.C.
The incident in the Gulf of Oman has piled up more tension on the already strained relations between the United