Europe
Suspicious luggage found ahead of Cologne carnival2017-02-27
German police sealed off a square between Cologne Cathedral and the city's main railway station as a suspicious black draw-bar box was found Sunday afternoon abandoned in the middle of the square.
Le Pen's adviser under formal investigation2017-02-27
Frederic Chatillon, an adviser of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, on Saturday was put under formal investigation for the National Front party's campaign financing in 2014 and 2015, according to local reports.
Britain faces great terror threat since 1970s: new terrorism watchdog2017-02-27
Britain is facing a level of terrorism threat not seen since the bombings by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the 1970s, the country's new terrorism watchdog has warned.
Greece likely needs fourth bailout: economist2017-02-27
Greece will likely need a fourth bailout program, according to Cypriot economist and 2010 Nobel laureate Christoforos Pissarides.
Man dies after car attack in Heidelberg2017-02-27
A 73-year-old man died from his injury on Saturday after being attacked by a man who rammed his car into a group of pedestrians in the German city of Heidelberg.
Ruling party lawmaker kidnapped in Ukraine2017-02-23
A Ukrainian lawmaker of the ruling party was kidnapped in the country's southern city of Odessa, authorities said Thursday.
Defending national interests may become more difficult for Latvia after Brexit: PM2017-02-23
Defending national interests might become more difficult for Latvia after Brexit, given the external issues the European Union (EU) currently facing, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis told members of the parliament's public expenditure and audit committee on Wednesday.
Britain, France collaborate on missile upgrade program2017-02-23
The British and French governments joined forces Wednesday in a program that will see an upgrade of missiles used by war planes from the air forces of both countries.
Le Pen's chief of staff placed under formal investigation over alleged EU fund misuse2017-02-23
The chief of staff of French far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen was placed under formal investigation on Wednesday as part of a probe into the alleged misuse of European Union funds, a local daily reported.
Norway's taxi licence rules breach EEA rules: monitoring authority2017-02-23
A monitoring authority said Wednesday that Norway's taxi licence regulations breached the rules of the European Economic Area (EEA) and affected consumers by limiting the local taxi market, newspaper Aftenposten reported.
Letters of Ravensbruck concentration camp written with "invisible ink" found in Poland2017-02-23
Some letters that Polish women prisoners in Germany's Ravensbruck concentration camp during World War II wrote using urine as"invisible ink"to their families have recently been handed over to Lublin Museum.
Int'l agricultural forum kicks off in Bulgaria2017-02-23
The third edition of the international mega forum for agriculture, wine and food industry kicked off in the International Fair in Plovdiv on Wednesday.
IMF chief urges more reforms in Greece2017-02-23
Greece needs to make further reforms to its income tax and pension systems, International Monetary Fund(IMF)chief Christine Lagarde said Wednesday, ruling out Greek debt"haircut".
EU report vows to make justice systems child-friendly2017-02-22
The European Union (EU) Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) on Wednesday published a report showing that children involved in court proceedings often feel scared, ignored, and ill-informed.
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