Serzh Sargsyan says he ‘got it wrong’ when staying in power after decade as president
Andrea Nahles has softened leftist tone since serving as minister under Angela Merkel
Recording artists handing back Echo prizes following win by controversial rap duo
Move aims to bolster safety from retaliation for employees across union
Radovan Karadzic asks UN judges to quash 40-year sentence on 50 grounds of appeal
Salah Abdeslam still awaiting trial in France for his role in November 2015 attacks
Commission to call for self-regulation rather than legislation to fight ‘disinformation’
One-third of SPD delegates decline to back candidacy of Andrea Nahles for leader
Hungarian capital a bastion of opposition to the country's nationalist premier
Airline regulators order inspections after woman partially pulled out of plane in US
He’s charismatic, an economic success and a player on the world stage. But that’s not enough to impress the French
Many Jews in Germany fear intolerance among refugees and a resurgent native anti-Semitism
EU’s rejection of UK’s proposals for the North puts pressure on the timeline for a deal
The 500kg British bomb was discovered during building work in the centre of the city
Belgrade official returns to Kosovo a month after arrest sparked crisis
Basque separatist group says it bears ‘direct responsibility’ for deaths of at least 800 people
Thousands take part in demonstrations but labour movement split over Macron reforms
Paris and Berlin visions of European Union at odds over emphasis on euro zone
Russian-led separatists say mine is no longer radioactive after 1979 blast
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