Campaigners want government to uphold rule of law as reports emerge of police removing headscarf-wearing women from beaches
No casualties reported in early-morning explosion at Brussels Institute of Criminology
"The talks with the US have de facto failed because we Europeans of course must not succumb to American demands," he told public broadcaster ZDF. "Nothing is moving forward."
Scots drive to put Israel's West Bank wall on the Google Map as fall-out from Celtic fans Palestinian flag protest simmers
Turkish president expresses sadness in call to Italian counterpart, extends his condolences to the families of victims killed in early Wednesday earthquake with a mass funeral is held today for 34 of the 284 people killed
At least 16 people have died in a fire at a warehouse in Moscow, authorities have said.
For the second time in two weeks, Palestinians have been shown support for their plight, this time in France
Ahmet Koc dismissed by Socialist Party Differently over social media posts
Fence to be built on the country's southern border with Serbia
Council of State says ban was 'serious and manifestly illegal infringement' of personal freedoms
Businessman Rachid Nekkaz says that France's 'burkini ban' is result of leaders covering up political failures
Unaccompanied minors and women, and the elderly, face the risk of violence or sexual abuse, says Filippo Grandi
German chancellor Angela Merkel has begun a tour of EU capitals to map out a new EU vision after the UK’s exit.
A couple with two kids, and three businessmen reportedly approach Greek officials to request asylum
The French leader urges 'the earliest possible resumption of negotiations' over Syria
Former statistics chief is charged with falsifying data that laid groundwork for controversial Greek bailout
Sadiq Khan makes first international visit since he came to office in May to Paris
New figures show immigration to Britain dipped ahead of EU referendum but remained far above government targets
Council of State will issue ruling on controversial bans within 48 hours
UK politician's criticism comes as Scottish police reveal plans to incorporate hijab into uniform
Police chiefs, in order to boost the number of Muslim women in the police force, want to make the force 'representative of the communities we serve'