A newly published report from Denmark suggests that over 100 companies may be violating EU online privacy laws. "It is shocking," Sam Wilkin, Brussels bureau chief of MLEX, said during Raw Politics on
Scientists in China have reportedly successfully cloned what they called the "Sherlock Holmes of police dogs" in the hope it will significantly reduce training time, state media reported on Wednesday.
Today's PMQs was a fiery affair with the current Brexit deadline only nine days away. Theresa May announced that she had sent a letter to President of the European Council asking to extend Article 50 June
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has asked to delay Brexit until June 30 in a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk. May is set to attend a European Council Summit on Thursday to explain to European
British Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels to seek a three-month delay on the March 29 Brexit deadline. But will the 27 other member states back her? For the latest developments on this — and other
As our road trip through Europe continues, our teams on the ground are looking to get your view, your voice on our coverage. In the eastern part of Portugal, they have come across entire towns and villages
Amnesty International called out electric car manufacturers on Thursday for producing batteries through unethical and fossil-fuel intensive methods. The human rights NGO argued that years of unregulated
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced plans to ban nearly all military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles on Thursday, six days after a gunman killed 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch.
Amnesty International is insisting that terror-related charges against eleven human rights activists in Turkey are baseless. The trial of the eleven, including Taner Elic, the Head of Amnesty in Turkey,
Theresa May, the British prime minister, is expected to travel to Brussels later today to meet with EU leaders at the European Council and discuss a short delay to Brexit, which is planned on March 29.
Almost everything about Brexit is still uncertain, but one thing is for sure: it will lead to big losses for everybody. A hard Brexit will cost EU countries €40 billion annually, a study on the impact
We all know we need to put more effort into making our travel sustainable through going local, ensuring the experiences we book are respectful and sustain the local economy and by being more mindful to
The Dutch government will lose its majority in the Senate after provincial elections on Wednesday, preliminary results showed, as voters flocked to a new populist party two days after a possible terrorist
Un réseau de dopage dans le sport à l’échelle européenne démantelé. Grâce à des descentes réalisées lors des derniers championnat du monde de ski nordique, les polices allemande et autrichiennes ont mis
As Iran prepares to celebrate Nowruz, a holiday that marks the arrival of spring and Persian new year, families flock to the market to buy the necessary to host their loved ones. But the reinstated US
Auschwitz Memorial has told people not to take photos of themselves balancing on the railway track at the former Nazi death camp. In a Twitter post on Wednesday, the museum told visitors "respect" the
Mexico's Popocatépetl volcano sent plumes of ash into the sky on Monday night after a strong explosion that sent burning rocks flying, said Mexico's National Centre for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred).
Brexit interrupted While the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union in just nine days, Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to postpone the date to June 30. In a letter to European Council President