French MEP Jordan Bardella has sent an initiative to the European Commission to halt the enlargement process with Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
A small plane crashed in eastern Canada Wednesday night, causing multiple casualties, police reported.
A Bulgarian-registered truck crashed near the northern Macedonian town of Kumanovo, local police reported.
After temporary clearing up of the sky, later today clouds will come back from the west.
Archeologists have discovered three 3500-year-old wooden coffins, in the southern Egyptian city of Luxor, DPA reported.
At least 18 people were killed after a bus skidded off the road and fell into gorge in Sandhikharka area in Nepal, authorities said.
The District Prosecutor's Office in Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastal city of Varna detained a bank employee for up to 72 hours for the misappropriation of nearly BGN 1 million, the press office of the Appellate Prosecutor's Office in Varna said on November 27
Police officers in the Netherlands have arrested two men suspected of preparing a jihadist attack using belts with explosives and one or more car bombs, according to the National Prosecutor's Office of the Netherlands, quoted by the Associated Press.
At least 571 people have been evacuated in the northern Italian region of Piedmont due to torrential rains.
The European Commission has taken action against four countries over their national rules of public procurement and concessions, BNR reported.
More than 2,500 software developers and IT professionals are expected to attend this year's Global Tech Summit, which will be held on December 10-12 at the National Palace of Culture.
In Japan, scientists have developed technology to create spray-on “artificial skin” that could be used to conceal moles and other facial blemishes, Asahi reported.
Maintaining NATO is of paramount importance to Germany, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today after French President Emmanuel Macron earlier declared the "brain death" of the pact, BNR reported, citing Reuters.
MEPs from the European Parliament approved the new Commissioners, presented to plenary by Commission President-elect von der Leyen on Wednesday, European Parliament press service announced.
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