Since the Skripal poisoning, their adopted home is less welcoming.
Hamburg is the first city to say “no” to vehicles that have been a mainstay of the country’s auto industry.
Theresa May apologized for the recent treatment of people who came from Caribbean countries decades ago.
The French president has turned to a former investment banker for policy ideas.
The French president may be seeking to avoid rifts with the White House before his state visit next week.
Ireland’s Helen Dixon, who will receive enhanced powers under new regulations, is a watchdog to watch.
A direct military clash between the United States and Russia appears to have been averted for now.
The blowback includes questions about taking part in a military operation led by the Trump administration.
The remarks by the French president appear to move the country closer to possible military action in Syria despite deep worries among critics.
Without naming Russia, the OPCW confirmed Britain’s identification of the chemical used against Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Yulia Skripal was taken to a secure location after being discharged.
At the top of the government’s agenda is the “Stop Soros” bill.
Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party was projected to win a supermajority of seats in parliament.
Voters see the prime minister as the best chance to push forward a right-wing, nostalgic vision of Europe.
Dozens were also injured. Driver shot himself, security official said, but authorities say initial indications do not point to terrorism.