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.
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.
US opposition to Nord Stream 2 has become more intensified as the construction of the second Russia - Germany Baltic
Kazakhstan saw the largest protests in the country in the past three years tackled by the authorities with hundreds of
Austria's now former Vice Chancellor Strache had been gotten "drunk" before the sting operation, according to one Russian newspaper.
Austria will likely hold early elections in September as Chancellor Kurz broke up the ruling colaition with the far-right in
The foreign interference is aimed at deeping the rifts in the EU societies.
Zelensky has vowed to return home the Ukrainians held in captivity by the pro-Russian forces in Donbass.
From the Notre-Dame Fire to Italy’s ‘Bone-Breaking’ Scam: EU’s Top Stories from April 15, 2019, Ranked
16 EU news and developments from April 15, 2019 that matter the most.
The comedian's uncoventional campaign has barely mentioned Ukraine's long-standing conflict with Russia, and has instead focused on fighting corruption.