"We don't get involved in the politics of the nations that we visit. We are above that. I don't want to criticize why we couldn't use a soprano that sang alone on stage. I like to see the other part - that in the orchestra women and men can sit together. It's a great step forward."
"It always runs on time, it's very fast, it's comfortable."
"The problem is that one in five workers are paid less than ten euros an hour."
Trade union representative (ver.di)
"Just enough money for a kebab"
Music teacher (Berlin)
"Each halva has five layers of ground rice, hazelnuts, sugar and a syrup made with water and lemon. You have to leave it to rest overnight."
"If the bill on Supreme Court is passed, the coffin called rule of law will be shut definitely"
Ex-head, Poland's Constitutional Tribunal
""In the book of life every page has two sides: we human beings fill the upper side with our plans, hopes and wishes, but providence writes on the other side, and what it ordains is seldom our goal." Nizami Ganjavi"
"We laugh with Ariodante, we suffer, we cry with Ariodante."
Polish rule of law under the microscope The European Commission is once again examining the rule of law in Poland.
Western Balkans countries agree to form regional economic area at Trieste summit
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The EU has unveiled a new action plan designed to help Italy cope with the influx of migrants to its shores.
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Europe’s future lies in a digital economy But the continent faces a skill shortage.
In an angry outburst, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called MEPs 'ridiculous'.
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Campaigners want to know why Brussels bureaucrats are refusing to release a report on fighting corruption.
EU chiefs had promised to report every
The world’s most popular search engine, Google, faces a record-breaking €2.42 billion fine from the European Commission after a seven-year investigation found it violated EU anti-trust laws.
For the European Union, the record 2.4 billion fine against Google is all about choice and protection for consumers.
EU anti-trust regulators say
The EU says it for abusing its dominant position to manipulate search engine results for its own benefit.
Are you comfortable with basic geometry? Calculations using percentages? Do you know how to make pottery? These are the questions asked to refugees
June 20 is World Refugee Day when the United Nations honours “the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees”.
The UN argues that
EU leaders have paid tribute to former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who has died at the age of 87.
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In this week’s edition of State of the Union: British Prime Minister Theresa May faces pressure at home and on the continent, amid election chaos and upcoming Brexit talks; Greece strikes financial de
Thursday marks the end of roaming charges in the European Econonomic Area, but consumer groups fear loopholes and exemptions mean mobile users may still face extra costs.
The EU will spend 3.35 billion euros in an attempt to attract 44 billion of investment in Africa
The European Commission warned on Tuesday it could sanction member states that don’t follow EU quota rules for asylum seekers by opening infringement proceedings against them as early as next…