Government And Politics

Turkish Cypriot official: Fire sets off blasts at army depot

Sep 12, 2019

A Turkish Cypriot official says that a fire at a military depot has set off explosions that forced the evacuation of a nearby village and caused only minor injuries

Bulgaria charges NGO official with spying for Russia

Sep 10, 2019

Bulgarian prosecutors are charging an official from a non-governmental organization with spying for Russia for allegedly supplying information that aimed to turn the Balkan country away from its pro-Western orientation

Ukraine: Director in prisoner swap backs jailed Russians

Sep 10, 2019

A Ukrainian film director included in a major prisoner exchange between Ukraine and Russia last week is speaking out for imprisoned Russians

Irishman set to lead EU trade talks with UK, US

Sep 10, 2019

The incoming president of the European Union's powerful executive arm has nominated Irishman Phil Hogan to lead future EU trade talks, which could put him in charge of negotiations with Britain after Brexit and with the United States

Italy's Conte pitches new government before Parliament votes

Sep 9, 2019

Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte is pitching his new left-leaning coalition to lawmakers before crucial confidence votes

Albania military defuses 74 World War II shells

Sep 9, 2019

Albania's Defense Ministry reports they have defused 74 World War II shells found at a northern village

Drone seized as soccer fans held in Kosovo before Euro game

Sep 7, 2019

Officials say police in Kosovo have arrested eight Czech soccer fans who were allegedly planning to fly a drone with a pro-Serbia banner during Saturday's 2020 European Championship qualifier

Meanwhile, across the English channel, EU waits

Sep 5, 2019

As Britain tears itself apart over Brexit, the EU is still waiting for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to offer his first proposals for breaking the deadlock

Hungary touts family policies as alternative to immigration

Sep 5, 2019

Hungary's prime minister says low birth rates and falling population figures must be boosted by economic incentives to families, not immigration

Vilnius protests diplomats scuffled pro-Hong Kong supporters

Sep 2, 2019

Lithuania has protested to China's ambassador to the Baltic country, Shen Zhifei, after several Chinese diplomats were filmed scuffling with pro-Hong Kong protesters during a peaceful rally in central Vilnius last month.

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