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The editor-in-chief of a British tabloid has defended his newspaper’s report that Queen Elizabeth II favored the UK’s exit from the European Union and described how she expressed euro-skeptic views.
The United Nations high commissioner for human rights has criticized a recent draft deal between the European Union and Turkey on refugees, saying the agreement may lead to “illegal” expulsion …
Berlin called on Moscow Wednesday to immediately release a Ukrainian pilot currently on trial in Russia, saying her continued detention is against a peace deal aimed at ending the conflict …
The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) Group slammed on Wednesday a deal between Turkey and the European Union to ease the refugee crisis, saying such an agreement …
Police in France have fired tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters in Paris during a massive demonstration against President Francois Hollande's austerity plans.
A new survey shows recorded child sexual abuse in the United Kingdom surged by more than 30 percent in 2015.
Junior doctors in the United Kingdom have begun their first 48-hour strike as part of their ongoing protests over wages and working conditions.
Hungary’s Interior Minister Sandor Pinter says Budapest is declaring a state of emergency in response to a “crisis situation” related to refugees and plans to strengthen the country’s border protection.
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 19:17

Russia bans proposed over Ukrainian pilot

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says five European countries have suggested sanctions against Russian officials involved in the trial of the Ukrainian military pilot, Nadia Savchenko.
Faced with widespread criticism, Turkey says it has no intention to send asylum seekers back to conflict zones under a potential agreement with the European Union aimed at stemming the …
Some 5,000 militants with the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group are in Libya, Italy’s foreign minister said on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 19:08

Italy refugees financing 600,000 pensioners

A recent research shows asylum seekers and refugees arriving in Italy from outside the European Union provide enough social contributions to fund hundreds of thousands of Italian pensioners.
Slovenia and neighboring Croatia have banned the transit of most refugees through their countries to seal off the Balkan route used by conflict-hit people to reach northern Europe.
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 08:28

'85% of British women sexually harassed'

A new survey says 85 percent of young women in the UK have been sexually harassed in public places.
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 08:23

'Brexit biggest risk to UK economy'

As the UK is preparing to hold its historic vote on the EU membership, the head of the Bank of England says Britain's potential exit from the EU is the …
The latest figures show that over 3,600 migrants arrived in Britain through the Channel between July and September last year.
A UN official has warned about a growing humanitarian crisis at a refugee camp on the border between Greece and Macedonia, saying that Europe needs to “wake up” to the …
The head of one of the UK’s biggest business groups has resigned from his job after speaking in favor of Britain's exit from the European Union.
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 08:42

UK warns ISIL planning major attacks

UK’s police announced on Monday that the ISIL terrorists are planning to carry out "enormous and spectacular" attacks against Britain and the Western lifestyle in general.
Monday, 07 March 2016 16:39

Turkey to curb refugee flow to Europe

German and Dutch leaders have met with the Turkish prime minister ahead of the European Union (EU) summit on refugee crisis with Turkey saying it is now ready to act …
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