Conviction over slaughter of Bosnian Muslims not ‘a verdict against the Serbian people’
Edouard Philippe urges ministers and staff not to use ‘inclusive writing’ in official texts
Senator Suleiman Kerimov questioned on alleged laundering of funds from tax fraud
Bosnian Muslims hope ruling will help end Serbs' genocide denial
Political activists place installation next door to home of Alternative für Deutschland politician
At a meeting in Corfu, interesting similarities and divergences became apparent
SPD faces dilemma in seeking fresh elections if grand coalition as likely after poll as now
Greenpeace to ask Moscow to investigate 1,000 times normal level of ruthenium 106
Serb leaders claim UN court in The Hague is biased against their people
German chancellor faces uncertain future after coalition talks collapse
Onus on UK to ‘come forward with proposals’ to avoid hard border
The chancellor looks jaded from coalition talks and still has no clear path to power
Populist government accused of trying to distract from graft and failing services
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
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