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Second Dutch minister resigns over Afghanistan evacuations
Ank Bijleveld is the second minister in the Netherlands' caretaker coalition government to resign over the evacuations, following the foreign minister, Sigrid Kaag.
'Terrorism will be on the rise again' predicts former NATO official
NATO's former deputy assistant secretary-general Jamie Shea says "NATO is going to have to anticipate eventually a shockwave of more terrorist attacks in the United States and Europe."
Dutch evacuations from Afghanistan begin after failed attempts
The Netherlands had scheduled two charter flights to land in Kabul earlier this week, but both were cancelled due to unsafe landing conditions following the Taliban's takeover of the country..
Criticism as German plane leaves Kabul with just seven people on board
Just seven people were on board the A-400M aircraft -- which could take up to 150 people -- as it left Kabul on Monday night.
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Greece complains to UEFA over North Macedonia acronym at EURO 2020
Greek ministers have urged North Macedonia to change the name of their football association to reflect the Prespa agreement on the country's constitutional name.
Greek and Turkish foreign ministers clash at press conference
The talks were arranged to improve relations between the NATO allies but descended into accusations.
Pro-Europe Czech Foreign Minister dismissed by President
Tomáš Petříček had clashed with the country's pro-Russian President over the use of Moscow's Sputnik V Vaccine before its approval in the EU.
EU agrees first sanctions on China in more than 30 years
The new raft of measures is aimed at four Chinese officials and one entity believed to be involved in the alleged human rights violations of the Uyghur Muslim minority.
Czech Republic set to take Poland to court over coal mine expansion
It will be the first legal case in EU history where one member state sues another for environmental reasons, according to the European Environmental Bureau.
Ukraine and Hungary pledge to ease tensions over Transcarpathia
The two countries have clashed over whether ethnic Hungarians in western Ukraine should be allowed to use their native language.
Russia expels two Dutch diplomats in tit-for-tat move
Russia's Foreign Ministry says that two Dutch diplomats will be expelled from the country in retaliation for a similar measure taken by the Netherlands in December.
Albania and Greece take maritime dispute to international court
Officials from Albania and Greece say the two countries have agreed to go to the International Court of Justice in a dispute over their maritime borders in the Ionian Sea.
Hungary urges EU to pursue dialogue with Belarus
EU foreign ministers have scheduled a video meeting on Friday to discuss possible sanctions against Belarus.
Doing nothing to help Belarus 'is not an option': Lithuanian FM
Linas Linkevicius says his country will "do the utmost" to mediate talks in Belarus, and says opposition candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is in a secure location.
Kosovo asks Apple Maps to show it as an independent nation
Foreign Minister Meliza Haradinaj described Apple Maps as a "direct contradiction of the political and legal realities" in a letter to company CEO, Tim Cook.
Germany denies removing Taiwan's flag from Foreign Ministry website
The flag is absent from the Foreign Ministry's website under Germany's "One China policy", a decision Taiwan says it is "unable to accept".
Taking a knee: Dominic Raab criticised for 'Game of Thrones' remarks
Dominic Raab suggested that taking a knee - a gesture in support of the Black Lives Matter movement - had originated in the HBO television series, and was a symbol of subordination.
Bernat Solé i Barril: Reshaping the post-coronavirus world from a European point of view ǀ View
As a committed and reliable partner of the European project, the Government of Catalonia has always been present and active in the European debates, and now, as we begin to look at the new future ahead of us, we want to share our experiences in order to contribute to building commons solutions.
Hungary's Szijjártó says spend on counterterrorism not migration aid
Péter Szijjárto says the UN's budget is a "huge risk" to those countries that are most affected by migration, and the money would be better spent on fighting terrorism.
Gang on trial for impersonating French minister in €50 million scam
The alleged impersonators wore a mask of French minister Jean-Yves Le Drian to trick their victims. The scheme saw them extort more than €50 million from wealthy figures.
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'Salvini is a coward': Outburst as EU divisions persist on migration
A newly-elected MEP has called Italy's Matteo Salvini a coward over his stance on migration.
Germany calls for peace process to be relaunched in eastern Ukraine
"We will continue to try and make peace possible in this country," said Germany's foreign affairs minister.
Greece's foreign minister resigns
Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias was Athen’s main negotiator regarding the June accord with Skopje to rename Greece’s northern neighbour North Macedonia
UK Foreign Secretary calls Chinese wife Japanese in China meeting
UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt just made his debut visit in China hard to forget...by mistakenly calling his Chinese-born wife “Japanese” in a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.