Fidesz's departure from the EPP group is likely to reduce PM Orban's influence in Brussels following a long conflict over his perceived backsliding on the rule of law and human rights.
Denmark will strip nearly 100 Syrian refugees of their residency permits, asking them to return to “safe zones” as opposition party suggests cooperation with Assad regime on repatriation.
Denmark has decided to send 94 Syrian refugees to deportation camps and have determined that Damascus and its surrounding areas are now safe to inhabit.
German domestic intelligence classifies Alternative for Germany party as “suspected” of ties to right-wing extremism, parliamentary sources and Der Spiegel report.
Strong 6.3 magnitude earthquake hits central Greece, prompting residents in the city of Larissa to rush into the streets, with shocks felt as far away as neighbouring Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Ali Boumendjel, a nationalist and lawyer, was arrested during the battle of Algiers by the French army, "placed incommunicado, tortured, and then killed on 23 March 1957," President Macron tells Boumendjel's grandchildren.
The leaders of the two countries, who've clashed over a range of issues, held discussions over a video call for the first time since September.
Biden administration officials say moves against Russia over attempt to kill the Kremlin critic with novichok are in coordination with EU which imposed sanctions on four officials close to President Putin in response to Alexey Navalny’s jailing.
The Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) has reported that Austria has acted upon just two of the 19 recommendations to fight against corruption in the country's parliament and the judiciary.
Although it is unlikely that the former president will spend any time in prison, he is found guilty of trying to bribe a judge and influence peddling and sentenced to three years in prison, two years of which are suspended.
Etna is Europe’s most active volcano. It has erupted many times, the Catania devastation of 1699 being the worst.
The coronavirus has killed over 2.54 million people and infected more than 114.5 million globally. Here are the virus-related developments for February 28:
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