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Never ask this question in Portugal

A guide for Porto Walkers by day and theatre director and actor by night, Daniel brings a dramatic flair to his tours but says he also feels …

Europe

15 great-value ski hotels in Europe you will love

Niedermairhof, South Tyrol, Italy<p>A clever mix of old and new in Italy<p>The centuries collide at this intriguing B&B. From one side it looks like a …

Skiing

David Davis: No Brexit deal means no money to EU

David Davis, the U.K.’s Brexit secretary, said London would not pay any money to the EU if no final trade deal is negotiated with the bloc.<p>“No deal …

Brexit

Angela Merkel: Love her or loathe her...

Angela Merkel has become an icon. Abroad, she's held in high esteem due to the length of her tenure and her conduct during Europe's refugee crisis. …

Germany

Catalonia braced for violence as judge orders seizure of disputed religious artefacts

For more than two decades, the Medieval treasures of Spain’s Sijena convent have been at the centre of an ownership battle between the autonomous communities of Catalonia and Aragon.<p>Now, the 44 artifacts kept in Catalonia’s Museum of Lleida have become a flashpoint in the independence crisis, as …

News

WIN: One Of 24 Trips to Denmark In Just One Easy Step

As you know, we’ve got a pretty big soft spot for Denmark (and anything Danish we can get our hands on). Our first, and subsequent, visits to …

Copenhagen

Labour considers moving Bank of England to Birmingham

Henry Mance in London<p>December 10, 2017<p>Labour is considering relocating most of the Bank of England to Birmingham if it wins power at the next general …

John McDonnell

How the Populist Right Is Redrawing the Map of Europe

By Andre TartarAndre Tartar<p>If 2017 looked like the year when moderate politicians took back Europe, look again. The election of centrist French …

Business

'EU must recognize historic opportunity to solve Kosovo issue'

Solving the conflict between Serbia and Kosovo requires frank talks, says the former High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Brussels must …

News

France's Lactalis orders baby milk recall over salmonella fears

French baby-milk maker Lactalis and health authorities have ordered a major international product recall because of fears of salmonella contamination following 26 cases of children falling sick in France.<p>Lactalis spokesman Michel Nalet said that “nearly 7,000 tonnes” of production may have been …

Salmonella

More Than 10,000 People March In Italy’s Como Town To Protest Against Rising Fascism In The Country

On Saturday, thousands of people gathered in Italy’s Como town to protest against increasing incidents of fascism in the country. The rally was …

Italy

Adventures in the Jungfrau Region - A Land of Mountainous Beauty.

Share<p>LauterbrunnenGrindelwaldInterlakenWengen<p>4 days<p>Raghav Modi<p>Follow<p>A traveler at heart, craves food, social media enthusiast, a writer and blogger …

Adorable

Britain offered 'statement of intent' on Irish border to unlock talks - Davis

LONDON - Britain’s Brexit minister David Davis described the government’s pledge to prevent any return to a hard border with Ireland after Britain …

Northern Ireland

NLXL - possibly the biggest book about the Netherlands you have ever seen

The Netherlands might like to consider itself a small country – a kleine kikkerlandje, as the Dutch are so fond of saying – but this is one mighty …

Netherlands

The Netherlands woos Indian start-ups

The Netherlands is looking for Indian start-ups in the fields of ports, logistics, clean tech and medical science to scale up and contribute to its …

Europe

EU vows allocation of 3 billion euros to Syrian refugees in Turkey to be completed ‘before 2018’

Serkan Demirtaş - BRUSSELS<p>The European Commission is committed to completing the contracting of all three billion euros in assistance to Syrian …

European Parliament

Helsinki's Jewish community raises security after arson strike in Sweden

The effects of US President Donald Trump's recent decision to name Jerusalem as Israel's capital are being felt around the world – even in the …

Finland

The Bulletin radio show on Bruzz: 10 December

Popular<p>Brussels show pushes art's p...<p>The smartphone app that could bri...<p>Seven fun Christmas gift ideas fo...<p>Back to school: The Bulletin...<p>Summer …

Belgium

Williamson-Hammond feud shakes an already tense cabinet

Henry Mance and David Bond in London<p>December 10, 2017<p>When Gavin Williamson was appointed British defence secretary last month, questions were asked …

Gavin Williamson

Tories Sleepwalk Towards Soft Brexit – OpEd

The story of the deal is essentially a long series of British capitulations that began in June. Having predicted that the sequencing of talks …

Brexit

A second referendum is in the Tory party’s interests

December 9, 2017<p>Theresa May is still at the table, having folded on the money and most of the rules, at least for as long as it takes the UK to make …

Brexit

A Kiruna Winter Itinerary - Five days in Swedish Lapland

In the far north of Sweden above the Arctic Circle is a small town named Kiruna. During the winters, Kiruna is a white wonderland. Winter comes early …

Iceland

Bologna Food Guide

<i>Wondering what and where to eat in Bologna Italy? Check out our Bologna Food Guide with our favorite restaurants and cafes in Italy’s most</i> …

Europe

6 Spectacular Sights of Brittany, France

There’s a reason France is one of the most visited countries in the world. From the romantic architecture of Paris, to the beautiful beaches of the …

France

International day against corruption: Is public integrity losing its appeal?

According to the latest Index of public integrity, while key indicators tend to stagnate, freedom of the press and of trade is losing ground in most …

Corruption

Polish parliament approves judiciary overhaul despite EU criticism

Polish lawmakers have approved changes to the judiciary which would give parliament control over the selection of judges. The decision came in …

News

Czech PM designate: EU should not push us over migrants - paper

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The designated Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said that the European Union should not push Czechs over their refusal to shelter asylum-seekers, because it could strengthen extremist parties in the country.<p>The European Union's executive will sue Poland, Hungary and the Czech …

World News

Business split on prospect of prime minister Corbyn

Javier Espinoza in London and Andy Bounds in Leeds<p>December 10, 2017<p>With the latest national opinion polls showing Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party eight …

Finance

France pays homage to late rock icon Johnny Hallyday

France pays homage Saturday to French rock icon Johnny Hallyday, who died this week of lung cancer at 74. French President Emmanuel Macron will pay a brief tribute to the singer, who will be honoured with a procession down the Champs-Élysées.<p>President Macron will be among those paying tribute to …

France

Boris Johnson holds ‘frank’ talks in Iran over jailed Briton

Najmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran<p>December 9, 2017<p>Iran’s top security official has complained to UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson about the “passivity” of …

Iran