The former IS member argues her human rights are being breached in preventing her from returning home to fight the decision to strip her of her British citizenship. She is Read More
The Germany-headquartered telecommunications firm last year logged turnover of more than €100 billion for the first time, on the back of its expansion in the US, acquiring competitor Sprint.
The European Union has declared Venezuela’s ambassador in Brussels as a "persona non grata" in a tit-for-tat diplomatic move.
Greek Culture Minister Lina Mendoni is suspected of protecting Dimitri Lignadis, a former Greek National Theatre director accused of sexual abuse. The case pushed a #MeToo movement and could bring Read More
The pharmaceutical giant has been left reeling in the wake of US lawsuits claiming its weedkiller causes cancer, posting multi-billion euro losses as a result.
German army doctors were welcomed with open arms in Portugal when they recently came to help fight the pandemic. But the fact that they are working in a clinic owned Read More
"Never before has so much cocaine been intercepted at once," said Dutch police, speaking about the mega-shipment worth billions of euros.
As EU member states roll out coronavirus vaccines, refugees and undocumented migrants will have to be inoculated if the spread of the virus is to be stopped. But not all Read More
One of three men facing trial over the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has been jailed. She was killed in a car bombing in 2017.