Europe
British PM May suffers defeat in House of Lords on Brexit bill2018-06-19
Britain's unelected House of Lords inflicted a major defeat Monday for Prime Minister Theresa May with a landslide vote in a debate on the government's Brexit bill.
70 to 100 Russian warships permanently stationed in world's oceans2018-06-15
About 70 to 100 ships of the Russian Navy are permanently stationed in different regions of the world's oceans, Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Korolyov said Friday.
Russia plans to raise retirement age2018-06-14
The Russian Government has proposed raising the retirement age of citizens despite public sentiments to the contrary.
Changes happening in Italy's long history of migration2018-06-15
Fleeing war and an economic collapse, thousands of desperate refugees forced themselves onto overcrowded boats in unsafe conditions to set course for Italy.But when they landed.
Greek gov't passes last bailout measures, faces no-confidence motion on Macedonia name issue2018-06-14
Greece's government passed on Thursday the last set of measures requested by international lenders to conclude the final review of the third Greek bailout program since 2010. However, it faced a no-confidence motion on the Macedonia name issue agreement reached earlier this week.
未命名_副本.jpg Feature: One year on, London remembers victims of Grenfell Tower fire2018-06-15
One year on, London remembers victims of Grenfell Tower fire
Stormy Brexit waters still ahead for PM May as new row erupts2018-06-15
British Prime Minister Theresa May was Thursday night facing the threat of a new revolt by her own Conservatives in the latest twist to the Brexit saga.
British PM beats further challenges to critical Brexit bill2018-06-14
British Prime Minister Theresa May's government successfully fought off three attempts Wednesday to tie Britain's hands to a customs union or the European Economic Area(EEA)as part of its Brexit deal.
EU says U.S. decision to impose tariffs on Spanish olives "unacceptable"2018-06-13
The European Union (EU) sharply criticized the United States on Wednesday for deciding to impose tariffs on Spanish olives, saying the move is "unacceptable" and a "protectionist measure".
Operation at Paris buildings ends, hostage taker arrested: minister2018-06-13
The Police operation to tackle the hostage taking situation Tuesday at a Paris building ended without casualties, Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said.
Greek PM hails agreement with Skopje on name row as historic opportunity2018-06-13
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday hailed as a historic opportunity the agreement reached with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to resolve the decades-old name row between the two neighboring countries.
Spain offers "safe harbor" to migrant ship carrying 629 people2018-06-12
Spain has offered"a safe harbor"for the migrant ship carrying 629 people to"avoid disaster", the Spanish government said in a statement on Monday.
W020180611404306549354_副本.jpg Annual British monarch's birthday celebrations sees latest royal Meghan Markle on parade2018-06-10
The annual birthday parade of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II took place in central London on Saturday, and saw the latest addition to the royal family in attendance for the first time.
W020180608506159551653_副本.jpg NATO Defense Ministers meeting held in Brussels, Belgium2018-06-08
NATO Defense Ministers meeting held in Brussels, Belgium
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