Changes to labor code will only take effect after other completing decrees are signed before end-2017
Police suspect man helped terrorists acquire massive amounts of explosives
Islamophobia threatening alienation among Europe's Muslims despite high attachment to home countries
Thousands took to the streets of the Mediterranean seaside city on Wednesday after police detained key members of the team allegedly organising the vote slated for October 1 in a region deeply divided over independence.
EU says CETA free-trade deal with Canada will not be 'fully implemented' until all member states ratify it
May flew home with Johnson overnight from New York, where they had attended the UN General Assembly, landing at dawn before holding a special cabinet meeting in Downing Street.
Protests in Greek capital as Eldorado mining firm tells Athens to issue delayed licences
Far-right party has struggled since Marine Le Pen lost May's presidential race to Emmanuel Macron
British police arrest teenage male in connection with bomb attack which injured 30 in London Underground train on Friday
Six months after beginning the two-year process of withdrawing Britain from the European Union, the Conservative leader has yet to set out in detail what she wants from the divorce.
Alliance for Innovation and Justice (BIG) vice-chairman says he will run Berlin Marathon instead of voting
May's EU adviser Olly Robbins has informed his counterparts in various European capitals of the offer, the newspaper said, citing unnamed officials briefed on the discussions.
After seven years of negotiation, a controversial free trade deal between the European Union and Canada goes into effect on a provisional basis this Thursday.
PM Theresa May announces UK will 'stop all defense engagement and training of Burmese military'
The 25-year-old man was detained in Wales late Tuesday under the Terrorism Act
Budget airline says it 'messed up' pilots' annual leave
196 Turkish citizens granted asylum since foiled 2016 coup
She called Thursday's meeting after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson set out his own vision of life outside the European Union, prompting a colleague to accuse him of "backseat driving".
Puythouck camp in northern France had been home to nearly 400 people, mostly Iraqi Kurds and Afghans, hoping to reach UK
Secretary-general of European Parliament's Turkey Forum says axing talks would be a 'lose-lose situation'
Federal Interior Ministry says there may be need to specify list of prohibited symbols of terror group