Europe

Find the Latest of Europe News by News AKMI.

Erdogan to Putin – Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire efforts could include others

Despite the purposeful fog surrounding it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s (pictured) meeting on Sunday night (22 November) with Saudi…

Read More »

EU Commission: The first Europeans could be vaccinated by the end of the year

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday that the first European citizens might be vaccinated before the end…

Read More »

MH17: Dutch court rejects defence lawyer requests for further investigation

The Dutch court case on the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has rejected requests to examine alternative theories to…

Read More »

Topless protester wants Kyiv to ratify violence against women treaty

An activist from the feminist group Femen staged a topless protest outside the president’s office in Kyiv on Wednesday, to…

Read More »

Defiant pro-democracy protesters rally in Bangkok

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Thailand on Wednesday again took to the streets of the capital, even as the government escalated its…

Read More »

Protesters in Bordeaux oppose controversial new security law

Protesters gathered in the French city of Bordeaux to show their opposition to a new security bill. The legislation would…

Read More »

The major significance of Netanyahu’s ‘secret’ Saudi trip

Despite the purposeful fog surrounding it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s (pictured) meeting on Sunday night (22 November) with Saudi…

Read More »

Streamlining public procurement within the EU for more efficient public spending

The Council today adopted a set of conclusions centred on how efficient public procurement rules and practices, combined with increased…

Read More »

Bringing the story of Babyn Yar back to life

In 1961, sixteen years after the end of World War Two, Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtuschenko wrote his haunting work Babyn…

Read More »

MEPs set out blueprint for a new Industrial strategy | News

In a report adopted on Wednesday with 486 votes in favour, 109 against, and 102 abstentions, MEPs call on the…

Read More »
Back to top button
Close