Croatia and the Czech Republic are the only EU countries where unemployment rates of people born outside of the bloc were not higher than those born within it, according to Eurostat data.
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A Berlin court ruled on Tuesday that the German capital should impose driving bans on some roads for diesel cars whose emissions of nitrogen oxide exceed permitted limits.
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US President Donald Trump has accepted the resignation of UN Ambassador Nikki Haley on Tuesday.
Haley is expected to leave her UN post at the end
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Investigative website Bellingcat names one of the two suspects in the Sergei Skripal poisoning as Alexander Mishkin, a doctor with the GRU.
"The most common statement I get from police officers is: 'Why didn't we have this 10 years ago? I've made a lot of mistakes in my career,'" said an expert.
An Venezuelan opposition lawmaker has died while in custody at the state intelligence headquarters in Caracas, but conflicting reports from government officials and the opposition have led to confusion over what actually happened
Barbaros Sansal made the decision to start a new life in Belgium after being attacked and imprisoned last year for posting a critical video on social media.
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The scorching temperatures have now subsided but leave behind the promise of what could turn out to be the finest ever vintage of English sparkling wine.
In a misguided effort to protect European companies’ competitiveness, our governments are ready to launch a race to the bottom, exploiting workers and destroying our planet.
Beyond a handful of state-controlled places of worship, no open religious activity is allowed in North Korea.
The 3-year-old tabby was dropped off in a pet carrier in front of an animal clinic more than an hour before she was found.
Experts said such modified vehicles face less regulations than typical passenger cars and often remove features intended to keep occupants safe.