No-one was injured in the blasts late Monday in a city which has become a hotspot for far-right protests amid Germany's huge migrant influx.
Asked if Britain could veto the plans while it still remains a member of the European Union ahead of Brexit, Fallon said: "There is no majority here for a EU army."
THE Italian government today announced the controversial referendum on constitutional reform which could shape the future of the EU is set for December 4.
Danish nationalist party leader encourages 'asylum spray' as self-defense against refugees
Police say both suspects, who resided in Spanish cities of Valladolid and Murcia, were radicalized online
A measure making it more difficult for foreign workers to be employed won 58 percent of the vote in a referendum on Sunday in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, which borders Italy.
Hollande's visit comes just days after one by his conservative predecessor Sarkozy -- who is hoping to make a comeback as president, with a harsh line on migration a key part of his campaign.
Voters reinforce Popular Party, Podemos; Socialists suffer big losses
British authorities have confiscated the passport of a prominent anti-regime Syrian activist at the request of President Bashar al-Assad’s government
The blast occurred at 10:30 pm local time (2030 GMT) inside or beside a ground floor shop on a major intersection, a police statement said Sunday.
Johnson said Thursday that Britain would invoke Article 50, the official procedure for quitting the European Union, within months of the new year.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed his deputy chief of staff, Vyacheslav Volodin, to be chairman of the new State Duma
Angela Merkel, facing backlash over her refugee policy has met with European leaders in Vienna on Saturday to explore new measures to help the continent deal with its influx of refugees
Attacks on shelters housing refugees is set to double, with much blame directed to the rise of the far right parties in Europe
With 61.8 pct of the votes, Jeremy Corbyn set to continue as leader of UK's main opposition party
The populist AfD party has raised controversy once again on Thursday when it was discovered one had called refugees "parasites" and another had trafficked in Nazi memorabilia
While tourism in general remains low, tourists from nearby Turkey to Lesbos decline even more post July 15 defeated coup
Could the election results break the political deadlock in Spain that has endured over 9 months without a government?
Young Pakistani migrant is grateful for security but feels stifled by lack of freedom at Lesbos camp
Putin's United Russia Party maintains power in country's lower house of parliament, garnering 54.2 percent of votes
Amid 109,000 residence permits granted last year, Sweden struggles to deport rejected asylum-seekers who go into hiding