Government And Politics

Filmmaker Nate Parker apologizes for being 'tone deaf'

Sep 1, 2019

Filmmaker Nate Parker apologizes for being 'tone deaf'

Italy's 5-Star chief inflexible in dealing for new coalition

Aug 30, 2019

Italy's populist 5-Star chief isn't budging in his demands in dealings for a new government aimed at keeping right-wing Matteo Salvini from power

Placido Domingo concert opening sports complex in Hungary

Aug 28, 2019

Opera star Placido Domingo's performance will inaugurate a soccer stadium and youth complex in the southern Hungarian city of Szeged, built from public funds by the local Catholic diocese

Kosovo dissolves parliament to hold an early election

Aug 22, 2019

Kosovo's parliament has been dissolved, opening the way to the country's president to set the date for an early general election

Former Czech foreign minister to become new culture minister

Aug 21, 2019

The Czech president has agreed to appoint a new candidate for a Cabinet minister, defusing a dispute that could have caused the government to fall

Migrants exit rescue ship in Italy after 19-day standoff

Aug 20, 2019

More than 80 people were being evacuated from a migrant rescue ship on Tuesday, capping a drama that saw 15 passengers jump into the sea to escape deteriorating conditions aboard and spurred Spain to dispatch a naval ship

Italian PM Giuseppe Conte gave his resignation to Italy's president but was asked to stay on as a caretaker leader

Aug 20, 2019

Italian PM Giuseppe Conte gave his resignation to Italy's president but was asked to stay on as a caretaker leader

Charity suggests plane could resolve migrant boat standoff

Aug 19, 2019

A charity suggested chartering a plane to fly to Spain 107 migrants blocked off the coast of Italy aboard its boat, to end a stalemate with the Italian interior minister, who won't let private rescue boats into his nation's ports

The Latest: Migrant group request urgent docking in Italy

Aug 18, 2019

A humanitarian group has urgently requested permission from Italy to enter Lampedusa's port so that more than 100 migrants still aboard a rescue boat after nearly three weeks can disembark

EU Commission chief to have emergency gallbladder operation

Aug 17, 2019

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has had to cut short his summer holiday and be rushed to his home nation of Luxembourg where he will undergo a gallbladder operation

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