France, the Netherlands and Denmark have gone cold on expanding the EU into the Western Balkans, despite EU recommendations to start the process for Albania and North Macedonia.
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After around 20 years of research and construction work, Mont Saint Michel has recovered its isolated character, thanks to a new dam and footbridge.
Borrowers will be able to secure a -0.5% interest rate over 10 years.
Jonathan Rankin returned to the Transcontinental Race for a second time to complete unfinished business
Drivers selected at random will have to submit to the test. If they fail, the gate remains closed and police is alerted.
"We feel vulnerable and insecure. What if the Home Office changes the rules again?," Esra Candan Saginc, a Turkish national established in the UK, told Euronews.
The court finds that the defendants were not in a situation where they were entitled to self-defence and that they have assaulted the victim by hitting and kicking him. But the rapper will avoid prison.
Kosovo and Serbia have been told to put their differences aside so that both countries can resume membership talks with the EU.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg will sail across the Atlantic to attend UN climate summits.
Two women have been reunited 58 years since they appeared in a now-famous photo shaking hands over the Berlin Wall.
At first glance, blocks of feta produced in Australia or in Greece are not as different as chalk and cheese. But for the European Union, they are.
Debate is hotting up in the UK over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be allowed to suspend parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit as MPs prepare to take the government to court over the issue.
The Lucie Blackman Trust confirmed "with great sadness that the body found today is that of missing teenager Nora Quoirin."
Overall, just over a third of decisions (34%) issued in the first six months of 2019 were granted EU-regulated protection
There is no time for MPs opposing to a no-deal Brexit to legislate against it or to hold elections or a second referendum that would derail such an event, according to the Institute for Government.
France and the Netherlands have shown reluctance about allowing any more members, but could that sabotage EU influence in the Balkans?
Engine fragments from a Norwegian Airlines Boeing 787 fell on roofs and cars in the area near Rome Fiumicino airport, causing damage but no casualties.
"If it comes to a hard Brexit, that is in no one's interest, but the British would be the big losers," Juncker told an Austrian newspaper.
Two Swedes were charged with a bomb-attack aimed at a tax agency last Tuesday.
The Irish backstop is a sort of insurance policy to keep the Irish border open post-Brexit.
The school is publicly funded and was created with the help of designer Margit Sjöroos.
Watch: A new footbridge will reunite the two halves of Tintagel Castle