Government And Politics

Ukrainian leader bristles at release of Trump transcript

Sep 26, 2019

Ukraine's president says his comments in a conversation with U.S. President Donald Trump shouldn't have been publicly released

Russian aircraft violates airspace of NATO member Estonia

Sep 24, 2019

Russian aircraft again violates airspace of NATO member Estonia and Moscow envoy is summoned

Migrant shooting highlights concern about Libyan coast guard

Sep 20, 2019

A Sudanese man has died from a gunshot wound when migrants fled guards taking them to a detention center in Libya raising troubling questions about the plight of people caught in the conflict-torn country and the role of the EU-trained Libyan coast guard

The Latest: Aid ship rescues 36 migrants at Malta's request

Sep 19, 2019

A rescue ship run by two non-profit groups has pulled 36 people from an overcrowded wooden boat in the Mediterranean Sea based on a request from Maltese authorities

Migrants a top meeting topic for leaders of France and Italy

Sep 18, 2019

How Europe can better manage migrants is slated to be a key topic of discussion when Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte and French President Emmanuel Macron meet in Rome on Wednesday night

Eni, Total join for another gas search license off Cyprus

Sep 18, 2019

Cyprus' energy minister says a consortium made up of energy companies Total of France and Eni of Italy has been granted a license to explore for natural gas deposits in another area off Cyprus' southern coast

US, Belarus mend diplomatic ties with return of ambassadors

Sep 17, 2019

A top US diplomat says Washington and Belarus have agreed to return ambassadors to each other's countries, mending an 11-year break

Thousands gather to support Italian hard-liner Salvini

Sep 15, 2019

Thousands of die-hard League voters from all over northern Italy are gathering in a town in the foothills of Lombardy as Matteo Salvini relaunches himself as opposition leader after a grave political miscalculation landed the party out of government

Hungary's Orban points to EU 'enlargement fatigue'

Sep 13, 2019

Hungary's prime minister says Western countries in the European Union are suffering from "enlargement fatigue" and using newer members as a scapegoat for their problems

Former Anderlecht executive arrested in fraud case

Sep 12, 2019

Belgian police have arrested former Anderlecht executive Herman Van Holsbeeck as part of a money laundering and corruption investigation in soccer

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