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EU plans to be carbon neutral by 2050 are "nice" but "unrealistic" says one of the candidates to replace Jean-Claude Juncker.
The findings come after researchers took a fresh look at data from seismometers that Apollo astronauts deployed on the moon in the 1960s and 1970s.
An iPhone could cost $160 more if Trump slaps additional tariffs on Chinese imports, analysts estimate.
Jan Zahradil, who hopes to replace Jean-Claude Juncker, said the EU could have avoided Brexit by offering concessions.
Panel chair Rep. Adam Schiff says the attorneys "may have reviewed, shaped and edited the false statement" by Michael Cohen.
Analysis: With North Korea, Trump first threatened and then sought a deal. But he has a more hardline White House team now, with fewer moderating voices.
"Gaps remain between Labour and the government. We have made clear that we cannot support the Brexit legislation without an agreement," a spokesman for the Labour party said on Wednesday.
Tensions between the US and Iran increased after Washington accused Iran of masterminding the attacks on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz
With the European elections just around the corner, Euronews speaks to politicians in Paris about some of the biggest issues facing the EU.
Mike Pompeo told Sergey Lavrov that interference in the White House race "would put our relationship in an even worse place than it has been."
President Donald Trump said reports the United States is preparing for war with Iran were “fake news".
Some members of the House Judiciary Committee think "stronger tools" are needed to force the Trump administration to comply with requests.
Raw Questions saw Liberal lead candidate for the EU top job Guy Verhofstadt take the hot seat. He faced questions over his EU convictions, Brexit, the climate, and whether he preferred wine over beer.
Historian and philosopher Yuval Noah Harari calls for global co-operation to stop Artificial Intelligence becoming as big a threat to humankind as climate change and nuclear war
Homes and roads have been flooded in several parts of Bosnia after rivers broke their banks following heavy rains, triggering concerns Tuesday of a repeat of floods five years ago when dozens died
The red carpet was out and stars from the world of cinema were present for the glittering opening ceremony of the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival
Several hundred women dressed in bunad (Norwegian traditional clothes) took to the streets in Oslo to protest against the closure of several small birthing centres around the country.
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But the president said if he were to assemble forces to counter Iran, it would be a "hell of a lot" more than that.
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Georgia has made a tongue-in-cheek bid to take the United Kingdom’s place at Europe’s top table.
The Bulgarian minister for agriculture is the latest high profile minister to resign amid an investigation into corruption
In a motion filed Monday in federal court, Manigault Newman sought to join a proposed class action alleging pay discrimination by the 2016 Trump campaign.
The Massachusetts senator's rejection breaks with other Democratic contenders like Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg.
The Trump administration is "playing with fire, and all it takes is for one thing to go wrong because the Middle East is a tinderbox," one expert said.
"A tsunami threat exists for parts of the Pacific located close to the earthquake," the U.S. Geological Survey warned.
Eight years into the Syrian Civil War, families are trying to find those detained or missing.
Czech MEP Jan Zahradil, who hopes to replace Jean-Claude Juncker, has a plan to "retune the EU" instead of taking more decisions as European level.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told an environmental conference in Berlin that she wants her country to aim to neutralise gas emissions by 2050
Does increasing electoral system proportionally actually cause more responsive policymaking? If it does, do the benefits of a reform outweigh possible side effects?