On Tuesday night NATO has announced that it will allow Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels
'I hope that by the end of May, when we meet at the G7 summit, the implementation of Greece's programme is positively assessed,' EU president says
The talks will focus on 'how the conditions for a continuation of the peace talks in Geneva can be met, as well as how a reduction of violence and an improvement in the humanitarian situation in Syria can be achieved'
On Tuesday, as lawmakers begin to examine the bill, unions and student organisations are expected to hold another demonstration at the National Assembly.
European Commission says Ankara has made 'a lot of efforts' for the EU visa liberalisation
The evacuation has passed off largely without incident, authorities say
Leader of Crimean Tatars slams Russian 'aggression', urges expansion of Western sanctions
Rapid restoration of order is in interest of Iraqi people, foreign policy chief says
After threatening Sweden, Russia has warned Finland that it would risk a serious crisis if it joins the NATO circle
With two soldiers killed in Ukraine in fresh fighting, tension has risen with NATO feeling the need for a Cold War-style hotlines with Moscow to avoid clashes
Austria said on Saturday it was in talks with the European Union's executive body to extend border controls brought in last year to help stem the migrant flow.
A Russian jet intercept has occurred just weeks after Russian jets shadowed U.S. destroyer
Controversy sparks as Eurovision officials equate Kosovo, Crimean Tatar, Basque and Palestine flags with that of ISIL
Gani, a London-based Muslim preacher who was linked to ISIL by British PM, says name being tarnished
UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Taye-Brook Zerihoun told the UN Security Council that the total number of casualties now stands at 30,729
Foreign MInister Lavrov says Russia will 'take the necessary military-technical action' at its northernmost borders if Sweden joins the US-led alliance
Two dozen police have been injured and more than 120 arrests during night of demonstrations nationwide against watering-down of worker rights in France
Security guard shared thousands of messages online and was preparing to travel to Syria
Foreign Secretary Hammond calls on Moscow, as Syrian regime’s ‘protector’, to use its influence to stop fighting
'If Turkey wants to come closer to EU so badly, let them prove they can,' European Commission's first vice-president says
Upholding 15-year rule, court rejects bid to potentially enfranchise thousands of UK citizens living abroad