Gerd Muller echoes Turkish criticisms that EU has failed to uphold its end of refugee deal reached in March
Chief appeals prosecutor files case against Greek court decision to not extradite 2 soldiers involved in Turkey coup bid
President Sergio Mattarella would like it to be someone from Renzi's centre-left Democratic Party (PD), which is still ahead in the polls despite the PM's fall.
The election comes as a special prosecution office is probing a wiretapping scandal and surrounding corruption allegations.
Since receiving 900,000 asylum requests in 2015, Germany has tightened up its borders and regulations for would be migrants.
Crossings reduced ‘substantially’, but pledged Voluntary Humanitarian Admission Scheme not yet activated, EU report says
Former budget minister Jerome Cahuzac convicted on charges of 'extraordinary and rare seriousness'
Main cities see major disruption amid anger over anticipated tax rises, austerity measures
A high ranking Russian army colonel has been killed in Aleppo
Renzi tenders his resignation to President Sergio Mattarella
Francois Hollande criticizes Russia’s systematic vetoes at UN Security Council regarding Syrian crisis
Amid legal fight, senior UK minister tells parliament exit strategy will not be revealed before Article 50 is triggered
The suggestion was made in clear jest on the Antonov company's Twitter account.
May has agreed to provide further details on her negotiating strategy before triggering the Article 50 exit process as long as MPs back her timetable and the result of the June referendum to leave the European Union.
"We must... continue to confront state actors whose influence fuels instability in the region," May told Gulf leaders at the summit.
Russian president appreciates Erdogan's approval of TurkStream agreement
Belgium is the EU country with the highest per capita number of fighters who have joined fighting in Syria and Iraq, a figure estimated at 465.
Natural gas pipeline project announced by Putin in Dec. 2014 to carry gas from Russia to Turkey through the Black Sea
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a public ban on the full-face veil as her political party gears up to back her for a fourth term in office and has slammed the West for their failure to aid the people of Syria
The chancellor wins 89.5 percent of delegates’ votes at the party convention.
Although the phase-out decision itself was legal, the court found, the firms have a right to "appropriate" compensation -- which is not provided for in the law as it stands.