Speaking at the Web Summit von der Leyen explained how the Commission intends to rewrite the digital market rulebook for small start-ups as well as big platforms.
A new trend is picking up pace as a result of lockdown restrictions. Getting out of the city...
Speaking to Euronews, German Marshall Fund Vice President Ian Lesser, said NATO's original mission hasn't changed.
"That's about countering Russia's very significant force posture and that's very meaningful for the alliance - that hasn't gone away.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam were sentenced to jail on charges related to an unauthorised anti-government protest last year.
UK Health Minister Matt Hancock announced that the country is the first to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Britain, Ireland, and at least a dozen states have made similar declarations.
Latvia's space technology tradition dates back to Soviet times when Sputnik - the first man-made satellite to orbit the Earth - was launched in 1957.
Federal future for Cyprus is 'going nowhere', says Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar
It will be the first time samples from the moon have been brought back to Earth since the 1970s.
The comments from Barr, who has been one of Donald Trump’s most ardent allies, directly contradict the outgoing president's baseless claims that the vote was stolen.
Russia's Investigative Committee says they have arrested a man who is "currently confessing" to the murders between 2011 and 2012.
The elderly woman is suspected of pulling her son out of school when he was 12 years old and keeping him indoors ever since.
All cases involve a decision where Facebook originally decided to remove user content.
It is alleged the network issued driving licences and car registration documents in exchange for bribes.
A Ukrainian chef is fighting to get Borscht recognised as part of his country's cultural heritage.
Amid the pandemic, the World Health Organisation is also urging governments not to forget measures to curb HIV infections.
Alarmed at the impact on an already severely weakened economy, dozens of Tory MPs voted against the new tiered system which was nonetheless passed in parliament.