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EU Said Moving to Sanction 9 People Over Separatist Elections in Ukraine
BRUSSELS—The European Union is set to add nine people to its Russia sanctions blacklist, in response to the ...
December 6, 2018
Eastern European Countries Concerned About ‘Brain Drain’ Impact of EU Free Movement Policy
Romania has become the latest European country to question the benefits of the continent's commitment to free movement ...
November 29, 2018
European Privacy Law Blamed for Cancelation of Christmas Tradition in German Town
European officials have been forced to defend their new privacy laws, which are being earmarked for export to ...
November 21, 2018
Europe to Adopt Mobile Terror Alert System
BRUSSELS—The European Union has approved plans for a continent-wide public warning system for terror attacks and major disasters ...
November 14, 2018
There Is No Copyright on Taste of Food, European Court Rules
Europe’s top court has ruled that the taste of a food can't be protected by copyright in a ...
November 13, 2018
New Sierra Leone President Visits Europe as EU Tries to Counter China, Russia Aspirations for Dominance in Africa
BRUSSELS—Sierra Leone's new President Julius Maada Bio arrived in Europe this week for his first round of talks with ...
November 6, 2018
Belgian Government Under Pressure for Interest Paid out of Frozen Libyan Accounts
Belgian lawmakers have raised fears their country has inadvertently supported organized crime after reports emerged that billions of ...
November 1, 2018
Europeans Could Be Turning Clock Back for the Last Time
Europeans will turn their clocks back for what could be the very last time on Sunday Oct. 28 ...
October 25, 2018
Belgians Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Creation of Smurfs
BRUSSELS—Belgians weren't feeling blue on Oct. 23 as they held a series of Happy Smurfday celebrations to mark ...
October 23, 2018
Spain Withdraws Diplomatic Status of Flanders Representative Over Support of Catalan Separatists
BRUSSELS—Separatists in Belgium have become embroiled in an extraordinary diplomatic row with Spain over vocal support of a ...
October 17, 2018
EU Adopts Two-Pronged ‘Pressure Trap’ in Response to Venezuelan Crisis
The European Union will combine an international diplomatic offensive and fresh engagement with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as ...
October 15, 2018
Belgium Calls in Army Snipers to Take Out Virus-Carrying Boars
Belgium will deploy army snipers to slaughter wild boar in a bid to stop the spread of the ...
October 3, 2018
Netherlands to Ban Cyclists From Using Cellphones
The Netherlands is set to ban the use of a cellphone while riding a bike as part of ...
October 1, 2018
EU Anti-Fraud Agency Probes Claims of Refugee Funds Misuse in Greece
Europe's anti-fraud watchdog is investigating the possible misuse of EU funds earmarked to provide food for refugees.
September 26, 2018
Known for Their Love of Beer, Belgians Increasingly Warm to Wine
Belgium, land of the beer, is increasingly warming to wine.
September 25, 2018
UK Surveillance Program Leaked by Snowden Violated Rights, Court Says
British intelligence services breached people's basic right to privacy with a mass surveillance operation that was brought to ...
September 13, 2018
Europe to Crack Down on ‘Golden Visas’ Amidst Growing Concern Over Russian Interference
Golden visas, which allow wealthy businessman to effectively buy EU citizenship, are increasingly losing their shine amid growing ...
September 12, 2018
Europe Approves Controversial Copyright Law Opposed by Web Giants
BRUSSELS—European lawmakers voted to significantly strengthen copyright laws on the continent after a battle that pitched big tech ...
September 12, 2018
Security, Spying Concerns as Philippines Considers China’s Surveillance Tender
US Federal Judge Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional
British Watchdog Bans ‘Harmful’ Gender Stereotypes in Adverts
Trump Picks Budget Director Mulvaney to Be Next Chief of Staff
The Associated Press
FBI-Lovers’ Phones Wiped After Stint on Mueller Probe
ICE Deports 256,000 Aliens in FY18, but 560,000 Fugitives Remain
Reuters Report: Johnson & Johnson Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder for Decades
Tainted Romaine Lettuce Traced to at Least 1 California Farm
The Associated Press
Worksite Arrests Up 640 Percent as ICE Cracks Down on Employers of Illegal Immigrants
Florida Police Win Right to Use ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense in On-Duty Shootings