This demonstration is to mark the 10 year anniversary of a protest which saw Belgian dairy farmers spray 3 million litres of milk over the very same field they're in now. Farmers want to see quotas set to boost prices.
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In this edition of State of the Union: a new look Commission ruffled feathers in the Bubble, Europe and Britain make plans for No Deal and we look at political literature for your Autumn reading lists.
After around 20 years of research and construction work, Mont Saint Michel has recovered its isolated character, thanks to a new dam and footbridge.
Among some of the world's richest countries, Germany is one of the most generous when it comes to granting permanent residency to migrants.
You shook me all night long: People residing near the soon-to-be-completed Puskas Arena in Bupadest's 14th district reported that Rammstein's recently-released 'Deutschland' song could be heard through the facility's sound system on repeat for hours in the night from Monday to Tuesday.
That would give Boris Johnson, the embattled British Prime Minister, just 12 days to lay out his alternative proposals to the backstop arrangement — the insurance policy worked into the Withdrawal Agreement to prevent the erection of a physical border in Northern Ireland.
Ex-British PM John Major, perhaps, is best prepared to understand what Boris Johnson is currently going through having himself battled against his lawmakers over the European Union when at the helm of the country.
Poland's ambassador to the UK has urged his compatriots to "seriously consider returning" to their home country after Brexit.
The migrants were picked up in two separate operations off the coast of Libya, MSF, who runs the ship alongside SOS Mediterranee, said on Twitter.
The radius for free iodine tablets was previously ten kilometres.
In her first major speech since she was elected leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson vowed to cancel Brexit, attacking both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for their policies.
Two French environmental activists charged for taking down portraits of President Emmanuel Macron in town halls were on Monday released by a court in Lyon, which found that their action was legitimate given the "serious, current and imminent danger" of climate change.
The US Department of Justice said Snowden's new book violates non-disclosure agreements.
Paris and Marseille are also dealing with the growing trend.
Banksy's 'Devolved Parliament' of chimps is to be auctioned for a record sum before Brexit day.
Cedric Villani, defied the ruling party and announced his candidacy for the Paris mayorship. A poll puts him neck and neck with Macron's official candidate, Benjamin Griveaux.
Spain's education minister has announced that the history of the Roma people will be incorporated into schools' curriculums.
Marching under the slogan 'I’m not giving up’ on LGBT rights, Sunday evening saw thousands take part in Belgrade’s eighth Pride Parade.
The Prime Minister said in an interview with the Daily Mail that the U.K. would exit the European Union like the Hulk: "The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets."
London fashion week is met by environmental protests about the fashion industry by Victoria Beckham.
Johannes Hahn defended the controversial European way of life portfolio in an exclusive interview with Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Protesters from PETA doused themselves in black slime to highlight 'hazardous waste' in the leather industry, while Extinction Rebellion used a 'bleeding' red carpet to represent the industry's impact on the climate.
Hint: The answer is no.