Kolesnikova charged with causing harm to Belarusian national security
State of the Union: Von der Leyen pledges tougher CO2 reduction target
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Ukraine accuses Belarus of stoking tensions over Jewish pilgrims
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Heatwave shatters September records in western Europe
Patagonia gets political with labels saying ‘vote the a**holes out’
Former athletics chief Lamine Diack jailed over corruption charges
UK doing more COVID-19 tests than any other European country, says PM
Firefighters battle large blaze in Italian port city of Ancona
Bosnia arrests seven former military officers over wartime killings
Spain to offer reparations to victims of ex-dictator Franco’s regime
Germany to take in 1,500 migrants from Greek islands after Lesbos fire
Turkey-Greece dispute: Why are the two countries fighting over gas?
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The EU needs urgent reform. A strong Europe doesn’t exist without flourishing member states ǀ View
The EU cannot be found at offices in Brussels, Luxembourg or Strasbourg but rather in the history and in the spirit of the peoples of which it is composed. If Europe rejects its nations, she will lose her soul.
With power within reach, this is what Montenegro’s new coalition government needs to do first ǀ View
Montenegro’s opposition is on the cusp on forging a historic coalition, ending nearly 30 years of rule by the country’s Democratic Socialists. There is a lot on the agenda to turn the country around.
It’s time the EU ended the cynical stalling game endangering lives in the Mediterranean ǀ View
Implementing a plan that reflects a shared responsibility among its member states is the only way the EU will end the deaths or indefinite languishing at sea of migrants crossing the Mediterranean for a better life.
‘Grief must be witnessed’: A time of national mourning for UK COVID-19 victims is overdue ǀ View
A nationwide day to remember those lost to COVID-19 six months after the UK’s first coronavirus death will take place on September 5. While national mourning has taken place in other countries, politics has put a stop to collective grieving.