"Next year will be the last chance to pursue EU-level reforms before a fateful year of reckoning begins."
Former Swedish prime minister
""A big part of the rulers' legitimacy is based on people's fear""
"All the governments need to channel these emotions somehow: they chose food."
Analyst, German Council on Foreign Relations
"The V4 states never acknowledged that for an EU-wide problem, there can be only an EU-wide solution"
" It's worth mentioning that Salbuturol is a good masking agent for other drugs possibly taken."
"If you don't handle the negative side of big data there is always a risk of a backlash"
EU Competition Commissioner
Ten years after its first iPhone, Apple has unveiled its latest and most expensive yet – the iPhone X, priced at $999.
EU threaten to take Poland to Court of Justice over judicial reforms
International Sovereign Wealth Funds have been gathering in Astana to explore new frontiers and tap into more markets.
One of the biggest 'fatbergs' ever seen in Britain has been found blocking a Victorian-era, east London sewer.
There is a nationwide strike in France today over plans to reform the country’s labour laws.
The proposals cover things like more flexibility in
Authorities formally serve notice on Mikheil Saakashvili charging him with illegal entry into Ukraine
She may not be Roald Dahl’s most famous grandchild, but she is following in his footsteps.
Macron promises help for French territories struck by Hurricane Irma last week.
US and Bangladesh call for an end to Myanmar violence.
Moodys' costs damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma at 200 billion dollars.
The international Cassini mission comes to an end on Friday 15th September, when the spacecraft will plunge into the atmosphere of Saturn and be
The larger-than-life theatre producer and director, founder of the RSC and NT Sir Peter Hall, has died aged 86.
In France, tens of thousands of people rallied against the government's labour reform on Tuesday, with some demonstrations turning violent.
A Spanish court has suspended a Catalan law which outlined a legal framework for an independent state.
An international ice cream contest claims to have found the world's best gelato flavour
The prehistoric megalithic circle of Stonehenge in southwest England is to be freed from the sight, sound, and smell of traffic.
French islands devastated by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean await the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron.
A small plane crashed into a tree and then a parking lot near an airport in Plainville, Connecticut. The accident took place on Monday (September
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Hillary Clinton prepares for launch of 'revelatory' book.
Exiled by war, Chelsea's opponents tonight have seen their fortunes take a turn for the better.
The pound has hit a one-year high after UK inflation climbed to its highest rate in more than five years.
The Consumer Price Index showed
Apple's new iPhone expected amid accusations of planned obsolescence
Bringing down a regime from inside with the help of high-end sunglasses - that's the extraordinary idea conceived by Johan Stahl.
Charleston, South Carolina, submerged as Hurricane Irma passes by.
The British government has pushed the second reading of the EU Withdrawal Bill through parliament, but there are worries it has made a power grab over Committees' ability to amend the law.
The Enescu Festival had a grand opening with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its conductor Vladimir Jurowski performing the opera Œdipe.
A distributor of fruits and vegetables has found a way to burn ‘organic’ labels onto produce to replace stickers or plastic wrapping.
This is the sixth of nine episodes we are going to publish ahead of the German federal elections on 24 September.
'Electric' is the buzz word at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.