French football club, Paris Saint-Germain, has been fined €100,000 by French Football League for listing ethnic origins of young recruits.
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Top US diplomat in charge of European affairs resigns, citing personal reasons, according to a letter seen by Euronews.
The two world leaders met today in Aachen, Germany to publicly renew their alliance and promised to stand up against rising populism in Europe.
Superior Court Judge Paul Ridgeway suggested that it would be an overreach for the court to determine the outcome of a disputed election.
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"The fear is our enemies know they can run freely," says an FBI counterterrorism agent.
Youth was represented in Davos 2019. A delegation from Millenials co-chaired the summit, including Noura Berrouba, Member of the European Youth Parliament.
Firefighters in Kansas have come to the rescue of a deer that fell through the ice on Lake Olathe.
French President Emmanuel Macron will meet mayors from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region on Thursday as part of his Great National Debate initiative. Why were the debates started and how do they work?
Hundreds of cars, toys and flat-screen televisions are languishing at the bottom of the North Sea after a cargo ship lost 291 containers during a storm in early January.
In this edition we look at what Europe's future policy is on space (including joining up with NASA to smash asteroids), a court ruling on religious holidays, Russia Ukraine gas talks and Hungary's Foreign Minister speaks about rule of law.
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The US Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a Trump ädministration policy banning certain transgender people from joining or staying in the military.
Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates spoke about funding for global healthcare at the World Economic Forum.
In this edition we look at how Calais is preparing for Brexit, deal or no deal. The copyright battle deadlock, a warning to Nicaragua and climate plans missed deadlines.
The Trump administration urged the justices to hear appeals of lower court rulings that prevent the government from shutting down the program.
The case caught Donald Trump's attention during the presidential campaign and he called it "very, very sad and outrageous."
Germany is one of the few countries in the world that doesn't impose speed limits on its beloved Autobahn highways.
Supreme Court takes up gun rights case for first time in a decade
Decades later, the hunt for ancient Dead Sea Scrolls is back on
And 17 percent said they would 'definitely' vote for the 29-year-old congresswoman