Government And Politics

EU chief urges people to vote carefully in Europe-wide polls

May 7, 2019

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is urging people to carefully weigh their votes in the upcoming EU elections as polls show that populist and nationalist parties could gain ground

Belgian police detain over 30 over online car sales racket

May 7, 2019

Belgian authorities say more than 30 people have been detained in a massive police operation aimed at breaking up a vast online car sales racket

Strife-torn Libya's UN-backed leader meets Conte in Rome

May 7, 2019

Strife-torn Libya's UN-backed leader is visiting Rome in a bid to shore up support for his government in Tripoli that's under attack by rival militias

Cyprus: Turkey's drilling bid off island 'second invasion'

May 6, 2019

Cyprus' president is calling Turkey's bid to drill for natural gas in waters off the island a "second invasion" and violation of international law

Hungary leader finds main EU executive candidates unsuitable

May 6, 2019

Hungary's prime minister says he thinks the main candidates for president of the European Union's executive arm are unsuitable for the job

Pope in Bulgaria says refugees need love; Orthodox stay away

May 6, 2019

Pope Francis told refugees Monday in Bulgaria's showcase refugee center that they are bearing the "cross of humanity," as he pressed his call for the migrant-skeptic Balkan country to welcome poor and desperate foreigners with love and not disdain

Albanian soldier killed, 2 injured at Latvia's NATO base

May 6, 2019

The Albanian army has reported that one of its soldiers was killed at a military base in Latvia during training exercises for a NATO mission in eastern Europe

The Latest: Orthodox reps not at pope's multi-faith event

May 6, 2019

Pope Francis is presiding over a peace meeting in Bulgaria with members of the Balkan country's different faith communities and a children's choir singing "We Are the World."

Italy's Berlusconi picks up EU campaign outside hospital

May 6, 2019

A combative Silvio Berlusconi has left a Milan hospital, six days after intestinal surgery, vowing to keep running for the European Parliament

Pope urges migrant-skeptic Bulgarians to open hearts, homes

May 5, 2019

Pope Francis has urged Bulgarians to open their hearts and homes to migrants, arguing that a country like Bulgaria that is losing its population to emigration should well understand the forces that drive people to leave their native lands

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