Romania's Parliament Approves Anti-Corruption Referendum

Lawmakers in Romania passed on Monday referendum proposal under which citizens will have a say on whether fight against corruption should continue.

World » Southeast Europe | February 14, 2017, Tuesday // 07:20 | Viewed: 1613

Romanian Protesters Create Live Romanian Flag in Bucharest

Tens of thousands of Romanian demonstrators formed the flag of their country, gathering on the main square of capital Bucharest on Sunday evening.

World » Southeast Europe | February 13, 2017, Monday // 10:49 | Viewed: 1589

Bad Odour Shuts Down Hamburg Airport

The airport in Hamburg, northern Germany was shut down and all flights were suspended for nearly an hour after bad odour left a number of passenges incapacitated.

World » EU | February 12, 2017, Sunday // 15:30 | Viewed: 1884

Germany's Ex-FM Steinmeier Elected President

Germany's outgoing Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has been elected President of the country, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reports.

World » EU | February 12, 2017, Sunday // 15:18 | Viewed: 2175

EU Commission President Juncker Rules Himself Out for 2nd Term

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has announced he does not intend ro run for another term in 2019.

World » EU | February 12, 2017, Sunday // 10:59 | Viewed: 1811

Germany's Social Democrats Closing In on Merkel's Party, Poll Shows

The Social Democrats (SPD) are narrowing the edge of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) of German Chancellor Angela Merkel before the general election in September, a survey shows.

World » EU | February 12, 2017, Sunday // 10:43 | Viewed: 1790

Greek Authorities To Evacuate 70,000 from Thessaloniki

Greek authorities have started the evacuation of 70,000 people in the city of Thessaloniki on the eve of an operation to disarm a bomb from the Second World War.

World » Southeast Europe | February 11, 2017, Saturday // 15:34 | Viewed: 3320

Negotiations Between Greece, Creditors End Without Agreement

The negotiations between Greece and its creditors in Brussels ended without an agreement.

World » Southeast Europe | February 11, 2017, Saturday // 12:22 | Viewed: 2042

Turkey Demands Extradition of Gulen Supporters From 16 Countries, Bulgaria Included

The Turkish Justice Ministry has demanded the extradition of 28 persons from 16 countries, including Bulgaria, accused of being members of the network of supporters of Fethullah Gulen.

World » Southeast Europe | February 10, 2017, Friday // 17:18 | Viewed: 2314

Germany To Expedite Deportation of Migrants

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the minister – presidents of German provinces have agreed on the accelerated deportation of migrants who have requested but have not received asylum status in the country.

World » EU | February 10, 2017, Friday // 16:46 | Viewed: 1662

5.0 - Magnitude Earthquake Hits Turkey

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World » Southeast Europe | February 10, 2017, Friday // 12:50 | Viewed: 2276

Turkey Satisfied With Russia's Stance on Incident in Syria

The Turkish military have stated that they are satisfied with the actions and statements of the Russian authorities in relation to the incident in Syria when three soldiers were killed by mistake by Russian fighter aircraft,

World » Southeast Europe | February 10, 2017, Friday // 11:27 | Viewed: 1686

Protests in Romania Continue Despite Justice Minister Resignation

Romanian citizens protested for a tenth day in a row near the government’s building in Bucharest hours after Justice Minister Florin Iordache resigned over the controversial amendments to the Penal Code of the country which he supported and were later rep

World » Southeast Europe | February 10, 2017, Friday // 10:07 | Viewed: 1548

British House of Commons Approves Start of Brexit

With a majority of 372 votes, the House of Commons have started the process of Great Britain leaving the EU.

World » EU | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 19:06 | Viewed: 1494

Survey: Emmanuel Macron Could Be Next French President

Independent candidate Emmanuel Macron has every chance of becoming the next president of France, showed data from a sociological survey, cited by Reuters.

World » EU | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 18:30 | Viewed: 1633

Russian Fighter Aircraft Kill 3 Turkish Soldiers in Syria

Russian fighter aircraft have carried out a rocket strike against Turkish military personnel in Syria, reported the Turkish military headquarters.

World | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 17:48 | Viewed: 1378

Romania's Justice Minister Resigns

Romania’s Justice Minister Florin Iordache has resigned after the wave of mass protests caused by the government’s decree on reducing the penalties for corruption and an amnesty for prisoners, reported news agencies.

World » Southeast Europe | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 16:09 | Viewed: 1481

Germany’s Schäuble: Greece Needs To Reform Or Leave Euro Zone

German Finance Minister and ideologue of the rescue programme for Greece Wolfgang Schäuble has stated that the country needs more reforms.

World » EU | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 15:15 | Viewed: 2174

Macedonia Should Split as Czechoslovakia Did, US Congressman Says

Macedonian people should draw on Czechs and Slovaks' example if they can't get along and split into two countries, US congressman Dana Rohrabacher has said.

World » Southeast Europe | February 9, 2017, Thursday // 14:43 | Viewed: 3515

EC Could Start Penal Procedures Against States Which Do Not Relocate Refugees

In March, the European Commission will decide whether to start penal procedures against the countries which do not admit a sufficient number of refugees under the mandatory quotas.

World » EU | February 8, 2017, Wednesday // 21:28 | Viewed: 1775

‘Serbia, Kosovo Should Swap Land’ – British Diplomat

The former ambassador to Yugoslavia Ivor Roberts has declared that there must be land swaps between Serbia and Kosovo.

World » Southeast Europe | February 8, 2017, Wednesday // 19:02 | Viewed: 1871
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