Russia says the recent deployment of a US missile system in South Korea threatens international and regional strategic stability and provokes an arms race.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on Turkish officials to stop comparing modern Germany to Nazi Germany as tensions continue to escalate between the two nations.
European Union officials have agreed on a plan to create a military training headquarters as the bloc adopts a more assertive approach to military issues in the wake of Britain's decision to exit the continental commission.
The Mayor of Calais has reportedly banned the distribution of food to migrants in a bid to prevent a new refugee camp from forming in the area, just months after the Jungle was demolished.
The Kremlin says Moscow is patiently waiting for an action by the administration of US President Donald Trump that defines Washington's policy on Russia.
More than 150 legislators of the French parliament have signed a letter to President Francois Hollande urging him to officially recognize Palestine as a state.
Britain's government on Monday defended its decision to offer U.S. President Donald Trump a lavish state visit, defying protests outside parliament and dissent from lawmakers.
A top German official says Berlin has deported a record 80,000 refugees denied asylum last year and will set another record high in deportations in 2017.
Kremlin has rejected White House calls to "return" Crimea to Ukraine, saying that the strategic peninsula in the Baltic Sea belongs to Russian Federation.
Refugees sleeping on the streets in freezing conditions in Paris are having their blankets and sleeping bags stolen by police while being "violently" forced to move on.
Belgium's OCAM national crisis center has warned against Wahhabism being taught and promoted in most of the country's mosques which is funded by Saudi Kingdom.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy could face a one-year prison sentence if convicted.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the "responsible" countries should follow US President Donald Trump in imposing new sanctions against Iran before the meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May in London.
German weekly magazine Der Spiegel has published a controversial cartoon of US President Donald Trump on its cover, depicting him as an extremist, who beheaded the Statue of Liberty while shouting "America First."
European populist leaders seeking for several years for a common ground to control the influx of refugees, now with Trump's immigration ban, they find a "a path-finder", ''trailblazer" and an " added bonus."
Britain's parliament members will debate whether US President Donald Trump should be granted a state visit to the country or not after nearly 1.7 million signed a petition to cancel the visit.
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