25 years on from the massacre at Srebrenica, revisionism and glorification of the ethnic cleansing committed during the Bosnian War are giving impetus to extremists around the world to act with impunity.
As the world begins to grapple with the legacy of its darkest episodes, the way in which the history of what happened in Bosnia and Herzegovina over 20 years ago is told is should now be challenged before it poisons another generation.
The US is imposing tariffs over France's tax on technology companies.
The inflatable barriers are supposed to protect the city from tides as high as three metres.
France's health minister Olivier Véran urged people to continue to be vigilant as Public Health France warned there was a slight increase in cases in the country.
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Just weeks after being re-elected, the Serbian president said he wasn't worried about losing power after days of protest over his handing of the coronavirus pandemic and his hard-line leadership.
He had been left brain dead after the attack.
Presidential hopeful Andrzej Duda said LGBT activism is an "ideology" more "destructive than communism".
"Achieving justice for 298 victims of the downing of Flight MH17 is and will remain the government's highest priority," Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok said. "By taking this step today ... we are moving closer to this goal."
Uncertainty over the economy and tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic has forced Lyon's International City of Gastronomy to close its doors.
Authorities revealed they have paid €1.7 million in fraudulent claims but prevented the payment of more than €6 million.
One of the greatest ICMP's achievements was identifying nearly 7,000 of more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys who perished in 10 days of slaughter around Srebrenica.
Poland’s incumbent president Andrzej Duda topped the first round in the presidential election on Sunday, but now faces a run-off against the Mayor of Warsaw Rafal Trzaskowski on July 12.
The EU Commission says people and businesses should be aware of 'far-reaching' and 'unavoidable' changes from January, whether or not a post-Brexit deal is done.
The French President had initially suggested a modern architectural touch could be added to the edifice but ruled that the spire's reconstruction should be faithful to the 19th century design.
Six police officers were injured and there were several arrests, as violence broke out at a demonstration against a new law to curb public protests.