Athens Asks EU Official to Stop ‘Undermining’ FYROM Talks

As diplomats from Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) prepare to resume talks in Vienna on Wednesday, European Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn on Tuesday expressed optimism that the dispute could be resolved in the next two

World » Southeast Europe | April 25, 2018, Wednesday // 11:11 | Viewed: 1978

Serbia Threatens Serbs with Prison if They Decide to Join Kosovo Army

Director of Serbia’s Office for Kosovo, Marko Djuric, called on Kosovo Serbs not to join the Army of Kosovo, and citing Serbian legislation he threatened local Serbs of severe punishments up to 10 years imprisonment, if they decide to become part of futur

World » Southeast Europe | April 25, 2018, Wednesday // 10:24 | Viewed: 2482

Tensions in the EU rise as Brussels Plans to Shift Billions From Eastern Europe to Spain

Warsaw and Budapest are expected to lose out on massive amounts of cash as Brussels proposes to move tens of billions of euros in EU funding away from central and Eastern Europe to the countries worse hit by the financial crisis, such as Spain and Greece,

World » EU | April 25, 2018, Wednesday // 10:19 | Viewed: 2432

G7 States Agree With UK That Russia ‘Highly Likely’ Responsible for Skripal Case

The G7 Foreign Ministers endorsed the UK position that Russia was "highly likely" responsible for the poisoning of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the United Kingdom, reports Sputnik.

World | April 24, 2018, Tuesday // 13:59 | Viewed: 1681

Toronto Van Suspect Attended Classes For Students with Special Needs

The suspect in a Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others on Monday attended a high school programme for students with special needs where he would often walk the halls with his head down and hands tightly clasped, according to forme

World | April 24, 2018, Tuesday // 13:52 | Viewed: 1624

George Bush Hospitalised Day after Wife’s Funeral

Former US president George H.

World | April 24, 2018, Tuesday // 11:38 | Viewed: 1615

Putin will take an Unprecedented Decision after his Inauguration

Following his inauguration on May 7, the head of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, will adopt an unprecedented decision, said the newspaper Moskovski Komsomolets quoted Focus.

World » Russia | April 24, 2018, Tuesday // 10:52 | Viewed: 4009

EU Regulator Investigates Alitalia State Loan

ATW - The European Commission (EC) has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether Italy’s €900 million ($1.

World » EU | April 24, 2018, Tuesday // 10:21 | Viewed: 2228

Population Depletion Threatens the Economies of Eastern Europe

Nine of the countries that are at serious risk of losing a large proportion of their population over the coming decades are from Eastern Europe, whose younger generations have moved to the West to find a job.

World | April 23, 2018, Monday // 15:10 | Viewed: 1729

20 Killed, 40 Wounded in Air Raid on Yemen Wedding

At least 20 people were killed and 40 others wounded in an air raid on a wedding party in Yemen, rescue teams told AFP on Monday (Apr 23).

World | April 23, 2018, Monday // 15:05 | Viewed: 1595

Erdoğan's Call For Peace a Positive Step, Greece Says

 Greece on Sunday said it considers the President's call for peace a positive step, Daily Sabahreported.

World » Southeast Europe | April 23, 2018, Monday // 10:09 | Viewed: 2141

Inspectors From OPCW have Samples From Douma

 A team of inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) visited a site in Douma, Syria on Saturday to collect samples as it tries to determine whether such weapons were used there on April 7, the agency said, cited by Re

World | April 22, 2018, Sunday // 11:25 | Viewed: 1640

Kosovo Ready for Council of Europe Membership Bid

Kosovo has made all necessary preparations to bid for Council of Europe (CoE) membership however the Government officials give no date when the application will be submitted, writes Gazeta Express.

World » Southeast Europe | April 22, 2018, Sunday // 11:22 | Viewed: 3734

Pyongyang Pledges to Halt Nuclear and Longer-range Missile Tests

Japan Times - North Korea announced Saturday that it had suspended nuclear and longer-range missile tests and shut down its main nuclear test site as the sanctions-hit country seeks to shift its focus to shoring up its moribund economy, state media said,

World | April 21, 2018, Saturday // 10:01 | Viewed: 1718

'Russian Elon Musk' Raped and Tortured to Death in Custody

A broken spine, signs of electric torture, asphyxiation, knife wounds and rape – these were just a few of the grim and unexpected findings of an official medical report into the death of a Russian inventor in pretrial custody.

World | April 20, 2018, Friday // 15:11 | Viewed: 6016

Bashar Assad Returns Legion d’honneur to France

Syria has returned the prestigious Legion d’honneur that was presented to its president Bashar al-Assad by France, saying would not wear the award of a “slave country” to the US.

World | April 20, 2018, Friday // 14:47 | Viewed: 1730

North and South Korea Open Hotline Between Leaders

 The two Koreas opened a hotline between their leaders Friday, Seoul's presidential office said, a week before a summit between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in in the Demilitarized Zone, AFP reports.

World | April 20, 2018, Friday // 14:10 | Viewed: 1510

The King of Swaziland Renames the Country 'the Kingdom of eSwatini'

At first glance eSwatini reads like the name of a Silicon Valley start-up company.

World | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:48 | Viewed: 3222

Syrians in Turkey Continue to Return Home

At least 9,880 Syrians in Turkey have returned to their country through the Cilvegozu border gate in Turkey's southern Hatay province in last three-and-a-half months, Turkish officials said, reported Anadolu AgencyThe officials who spoke on condition of a

World » Southeast Europe | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:42 | Viewed: 2319

Majority of Germans Want More Protection From Globalization

57 percent of the people in Germany want the government to put more effort into protecting the country’s economy from foreign competitors, according to a new study, The Local reports.

World » EU | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:41 | Viewed: 2250

EU Clears Landmark Trade Agreement with Japan

Cheaper Japanese cars and European cheese are on the way as the EU’s trade agreement after the European Commission announced on April 18 that it had cleared the way for an Economic Partnership Agreement with Tokyo, New Europe reports.

World » EU | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:36 | Viewed: 2528
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