Bulgaria's new president takes office2017-01-23
Bulgaria's new President Rumen Radev took office on Sunday after an inauguration ceremony held here in front of the Unknown Soldier Monument in the presence of the highest state officials and foreign diplomats.
5 hospitalized after Bucharest club fire2017-01-22
Five people were hospitalized Saturday after a fire destroyed a club in Bucharest early in the morning.
British PM calls for early Brexit talks with new European Parliament president2017-01-22
British Prime Minister Theresa May called Saturday for an early meeting with the new president of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani to discuss Britain's exit from the European Union.
Italian avalanche leaves 30 missing2017-01-20
A massive avalanche apparently triggered by a series of earthquakes one day earlier on Thursday battered an Italian ski resort and left as many as 30 hotel guests and staff members missing.
Number of crimes in England, Wales nears 12 mln: ONS2017-01-20
Crimes are being committed in England and Wales at the rate of 32000 every day, a report by the Office for National Statistics(ONS)revealed Thursday.
Estonia, Finland to enhance defense cooperation2017-01-20
Estonia and Finland have signed a bilateral framework agreement for closer defense cooperation, said the Estonian Ministry of Defense on Thursday.
Theresa May tries to dispel Brexit worries at Davos forum2017-01-20
Two days after announcing a "hard Brexit" objective, British Prime Minister Theresa May was trying to assuage global concerns about Brexit in a special address on Thursday at the World Economic Forum.
EU won't accept pick-and-choose tactics in future Brexit negotiations: Tusk2017-01-19
There will be no place for pick and choose tactics in future Brexit negotiations, European Council President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday.
Russia, Turkey conduct first joint air strike on IS in Syria2017-01-19
Russia and Turkey have started their first joint air operation against militants of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria's northern province of Aleppo, a senior Russian military officer said on Wednesday.
Russia extends asylum for Snowden2017-01-19
Russia has extended its asylum for U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden for "a couple of years," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Wednesday.
Britain still appeals to students, despite Brexit2017-01-18
A devalued pound and job opportunities are cited as reasons for the UK's popularity, Zhao Xinying reports.
London Symphony Orchestra's next conductor wants to make sweet music in old power station2017-01-18
One of the world's most renowned classical music conductors said he wants to achieve a life's ambition and make sweet music in an old power station.
Amendment to Slovenia's aliens act to heed warnings from Council of Europe2017-01-18
The Slovenian ruling coalition has indicated it will heed warnings from the Council of Europe over the controversial changes to the aliens act and amend the government-sponsored motion accordingly.
Italy focuses on growth, reluctant to cut budget as EU asks2017-01-18
Italy would remain focused on boosting growth and is reluctant to take further measures to cut the country's deficit as repeatedly required by the European Union, an Italian official has said.
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