Portugal's Portimao circuit, in the Algarve, will host a Grand Prix for the second time in its history.
The artwork appeared on Monday outside Reading Prison, famous as the location where writer Oscar Wilde served two years for “gross indecency” in the 1890s.
The anti-Muslim climate in France is normalising a general crackdown on the countries 6 million-strong Muslim community.
The Pakistan-origin driver behind the Uber case in the UK says the ride-hailing giant has no option but to comply with the law.
The entire nightclub industry will have to reconstruct itself due to the pandemic as Berlin's clubs have been shut for nearly a year.
Edouard Balladur and his former defence minister Francois Leotard were charged in 2017 with complicity in the misuse of corporate assets over the sale of submarines to Pakistan and frigates to Saudi Arabia between 1993 and 1995.
Citing Brexit as their reason, loyalist paramilitaries, including outlawed groups, pull back support for Northern Ireland's 1998 peace deal that ended violence between groups fighting for a united Ireland and those opting to stay with the UK.
Aston Martin left after failing to score any points that year and returns to the grid with high hopes after signing four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel.
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.
Palestinians have welcomed the move which ICC says will be an independent and impartial probe into Israeli military actions in Gaza, Israeli settlement activity in the occupied West Bank and armed militant groups, “without fear or favour.”
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.
Opinion polls suggest a majority of Swiss will back the face veil ban, while campaigners argue that it’s about Islamophobia and controlling women in the public sphere.
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