Liberal Free Democrats unexpectedly walk out of ‘chaotic’ talks with CDU and Greens
Ankara had already banned German gay film festival citing public safety, terrorism risks
Latest UN talks leave US isolated – although Ireland is no climate change angel either
Head of commission on WWII commemoration refused entry to Poland on Saturday
In 2016, Lille university invited people from the refugee camp to enrol. Is the ‘experiment’ working?
UK stance forcing Ireland and EU to set own red lines, Taoiseach tells British PM
Despite the chancellor’s brave face, the mood in her inner circle is black
Billionaire election winner Babis and pro-Russian president Zeman alarm many Czechs
Nonbinding ‘pillar’ an attempt to restore the faith of European citizens in the union
Spain and Belgium discuss bilateral relations strained over situation of Catalan officials
Ruling that man could not be discriminated against because of nationality causes outrage
Organisation’s most powerful boss of 20th century dies after almost 25 years in prison
Tens of thousands expected to march amid rising European populism and xenophobia
Time and options are running out for the German chancellor to ensure the so-called Jamaica alliance has a chance
Deposed Catalan leader facing Spanish extradition proceedings on Friday
Anti-immigrant sentiment fuels support for populist parties including resurgent Northern League
President refuses to accept PM’s resignation, accuses Saudis of holding him against his will
Second day of floods turns roads into raging torrents of mud and debris in Athens
Brexit talks fast-reaching ‘Alice in Wonderland status’
The children of the Bosnian siege recall the daily misery and horror of the conflict
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