Panos Kammenos, leader of the Independent Greeks party, says he won’t offer his backing for a deal between Greece and its northern neighbour to change the country’s name to North Macedonia.
Among the worst hit areas were the villages of Conques-sur-Orbiel and Villardonnel, where waters rose as high as the first-floor windows of some houses.
The governing CSU lost its absolute majority in Bavaria where the Greens came out the big winner. Support for Merkel's federal junior coalition partner SPD was halved, with the vote being seen as a vote against Merkel's grand coalition.
Following the decision around 200 migrants who have made their lives in the sparsely-populated town will be affected, according to Italian media reports.
Britain’s Brexit Minister Dominic Raab raced to Brussels to meet the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier amid growing pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May from her Conservative Party and DUP allies in Northern Ireland.
After years of bureaucratic resistance and intimidation, Bosnian Muslim widow, Fata Orlovic is nearly at the end of her legal battle with the authorities to have the Serbian Orthodox church moved from her land.
The decision to expel former archbishop Francisco Jose Cox Huneeus and former bishop Marco Antonio Ordenes Fernandez - the latest heads to roll in a country hit hard by the cleric abuse scandal - is not open to appeal.
A new “Angry Birds” TV series is being hatched and will take the game-inspired bird-throwing franchise into long-form territory for the first time. The new show will be aimed at 6-to-12 year-olds and is slated to launch in 2020.
Conservation groups say the illegal wildlife trade is the fourth largest criminal activity in the world and countries around the world are trying to tackle the issue.
What will it take for France to take responsibility for its extensive nuclear testing across its colonies and what are the effects of the radioactive legacy they left behind?
Hundreds of Bulgarians queued silently at a church in Ruse on Friday to pay their last respects to Viktoria Marinova, the TV journalist whose brutal rape and murder shocked the country and triggered debates over freedom of the press.
Mostar, a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, has not voted in local elections for more than a decade. We speak to residents who are demanding more public services, despite not having a city council for many years.
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