German SPD leader resigns amid infighting2018-02-14
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) leader Martin Schulz Tuesday announced his resignation as the party's chairman, as the infighting inside the party continued.
Russian plane crash may be caused by avionics' icing: aviation committee2018-02-14
The crash of a Russian airplane resulting in the death of 71 people on board could have been caused by the icing of its avionics, the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said in a statement Tuesday.
Martin Schulz resigns as German SPD chief2018-02-14
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) leader Martin Schulz announced Tuesday to resign with immediate effect as Party chairman.
U.S. may seek to undermine Syria's territorial integrity: Russian FM2018-02-14
The United States' actions in Syria indicate that Washington might be seeking to undermine Syria's territorial integrity, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday.
Oxfam chief quits over Haiti, Chad sex scandals2018-02-13
The Haiti and Chad sex scandals involving aid workers from the British charity Oxfam claimed its first high-profile casualty Monday when the charity's deputy CEO resigned.
Second black box of crashed plane presumably found: Russian Emergencies Ministry2018-02-13
Rescuers have presumably recovered the second flight data recorder of the AN-148 passenger jet that crashed in the Moscow region on Sunday, the Russian Emergencies Ministry said Monday.
Clarity, urgency needed from London on Brexit: Irish PM2018-02-12
Clarity and urgency are needed from London on Brexit as time is running out, said the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar here on Sunday.
Oxfam faces more sex abuse and prostitution claims from Chad after Haiti2018-02-12
The Oxfam, an international anti-poverty charity, which has been hit by a sex abuse scandal in Haiti, now is facing more sex allegations from Chad.
64.2 pct of Macedonian citizens back EU accession: poll2018-02-12
A poll conducted by the Institute for Political Research-Skopje (IPIS) showed Sunday that 64.2 percent of Macedonian citizens support the country's European Union (EU) accession while 66 percent favor NATO membership.
French PM calls military interventions in Middle East "mistake"2018-02-12
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said here on Sunday at the opening of the 2018 World Government Summit that the idea to export democracy by force through past interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya is a mistake.
9 killed in bus crash in southern Turkey2018-02-11
At least nine people were killed, four more injured after a minibus on Saturday crashed into a truck in Turkey's southern province of Kahramanmaras, local Dogan News Agency reported.
Brexit could see every region of Britain, including London, with falling GDP: secret papers2018-02-08
Every region of Britain would be affected in the case of three possible Brexit scenarios, with London the least hit, a secret impact analysis revealed Wednesday.
Greeks reduce use of plastic bags after introduction of charges2018-02-08
Greeks have reduced by about 70 percent the use of plastic carrier bags at supermarkets, bakeries and other sales outlets in January 2018 compared to the same month last year.
Luxury hotel on fire in downtown Berlin2018-02-08
A luxury hotel in downtown Berlin caught fire on Wednesday, local media reported.
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