French president has hit back at Donald Trump’s recent Twitter attacks, saying that France is not the US’ vassal state.
Moscow has criticized Washington for what it calls the unpredictability of the United States under the administration of President Donald Trump.
President Putin of Russia and Japan's Prime Minister Abe met in Singapore on Wednesday.
Greece's largest public sector union has staged a 24-hour walkout, demanding wage and pension increases from the government.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s office says it has no comment about a series of disparaging remarks by US President Donald Trump against the French president and nation.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for the formation of “a real and true European army.”
Trump has blasted French President Emmanuel Macron saying the French were "starting to learn German in Paris" before US intervention in the world wars.
A massive explosion at a fireworks factory rocks a town in southern Spain, killing three people.
Acting leaders in eastern Ukraine’s ethnic Russian regions have been re-elected in a vote viewed as illegal by Kiev and its Western allies.
The Russian and US leaders hold brief talks at lunch in Paris on the sidelines of the ceremonies marking the end of World War I.
The French president says Europe should not spend big military budgets on US-made weapons.
Thousands of Bulgarians have demonstrated across the country against high fuel prices, blocking traffic in around 20 cities.
World leaders are in the French capital, Paris, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended World War l.
Thousands of people rally in the Italian capital, Rome, to protest against racism and a proposed law on immigration.
Pro-Russian groups in eastern Ukraine are holding elections to choose parliament members as well as a new leader.
US and French presidents agree on the need for more European military spending despite an earlier row.
Nearly 500 complaints have been filed against the NATO soldiers.
US President Donald Trump urges France to be "fair" and pay its share of NATO's costs .
A senior Russian official hints at a "highly likely" deal to establish a nuclear center in Serbia.
Russian foreign minister accuses France of ignoring UN resolutions and illegally ruling Mayotte island.
The move came against the backdrop of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the ongoing war on Yemen.
Talks on Afghanistan peace opened in Moscow with the participation of Taliban and the Afghanistan High Peace Council, which is said to represent the Kabul government.
Russia and Austria have summoned each other's diplomatic representatives over espionage allegations.
Following Khashoggi’s murder, Germany stopped issuing new arms export licenses for Saudi Arabia. Undeterred, the kingdom looks for more lucrative deals in Spain and South Africa.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova says Trump’s plans to develop small tactical nuclear weapons signals Washington’s increasing readiness for a nuclear war.
The US imposes new sanctions on Russia over the 2014 integration of Crimea.
The US ambassador to Syria says Washington would like to see Russia allow Israel attack Iranian advisors working with the Syrian military.
French bishops say an “independent” commission will be established to investigate the decades-long sexual abuse of minors in the Catholic Church in France.
Germany has called on European countries to respond to US President Donald Trump’s unilateralist policies with “Europe United”.
The Italian Senate has cleared the way for far-right leader Matteo Salvini's tough anti-migrant and security decree to become law following a confidence vote.
The Kremlin says it saw no “rosy prospects” for an improvement in relations between Russia and the United States in the near future.
Moscow hopes that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will visit the country next year, Russian President Vladimir Putin's advisor says.
French intelligence agents arrest six far-right elements suspected of plotting a “violent” attack against President Emmanuel Macron.
The number of lives lost on the Mediterranean has now exceeded 2,000 after 17 people were found dead off the Spanish coast.
French President Macron calls for the establishment of a “real European army,” claiming that Europe is the chief victim of a recent US decision to scrap a major nuclear arms pact with Russia.
Russia says one of its fighter jets has intercepted a US spy plane that was approaching its borders over the Black Sea.
The UK and Norway have expressed their countries’ preparedness to enhance trade ties with Tehran despite the US sanctions.
Two buildings collapsed near Marseille's Old Port on Monday, leaving at least two people injured.
A French police officer has been found dead on the grounds of the prime minister's official residence in Paris.
French health authorities have announced a permanent ban on a widely used pesticide, after alarms were raised when several dozen people fell ill.
Floods have killed 12 people on the island of Sicily, including nine members of a single family, pushing Italy's week-long storm toll beyond 30.
The South Pacific archipelago of New Caledonia has voted against independence from France in a long-awaited referendum.
Ten people, including a family of nine, have died in floods around Palermo on the southern Italian island of Sicily, rescue services said Sunday.
A far-right party in France gains a lead against President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist party ahead of European Parliament elections.
People are taking to the polls across the French South Pacific archipelago of New Caledonia in a referendum on independence from France.
A gas pipeline burst into flames next to the village of Ungor in the Ryazan Oblast on Saturday.
Russia has decried neo-Nazi presence in a US government-funded center in Ukraine’s capital city of Kiev.
Russia will host talks between Afghan officials and Taliban representatives in Moscow.
The people of New Caledonia, overseas territory of France, are preparing to take part in an independence referendum.
Hackers steal thousands of sensitive data on nuclear power plants and prisons from a French firm.
France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the European Union have jointly condemned the fresh US sanctions on Iran.
Spanish prosecutors have called for Catalan leaders to be jailed for up to 25 years on charges of rebellion over last year's failed secession bid.
The Russian energy minister says Moscow will help Iran counter fresh US sanctions by continuing bids to trade Tehran’s crude.
The European Union-funded IBORDERCTRL project has begun testing its “smart lie-detection systems” at EU borders.
The Norwegian foreign minister says Oslo has underlined how seriously it takes the issue.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel announces plans to extend anti-Russia sanctions next month.
Miguel Diaz-Canel was holding talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow Friday on his first visit abroad as Cuba’s president.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted that Israel is to behind what Iran calls "false flags" in Europe where Tehran has been accused of assassination plans.
Israel’s new airstrikes against Syria after the downing of a Russian jet in September has deepened a political and military crisis with the Kremlin, a report claims.
President Hassan Rouhani has warned about the dangers posed by Washington’s unilateralism to the world, urging European countries to work with Iran to counter the US.
President Bashar al-Assad says many European countries are "divorced from reality” in Syria as he receives a Polish delegation in Damascus.
UK, EU say progress was being made on Brexit after "misleading" reports indicated that the two side had reached an agreement on financial services.
Russia’s PM has signed a decree allowing sweeping financial sanctions against hundreds of Ukrainians politicians and dozens of businesses.
More than a thousand people in the German city of Hamburg hold a protest rally against far-right and neo-Nazi politics.
Russia warns that militants in Syria are preparing to stage false flag chemical attacks in order to incriminate Damascus.
Facebook's users in Europe declined for the second quarter in a row, the US social media giant has announced.
Austria has said it will not sign a United Nations migration pact that is set to be adopted in December.
A suspected assailant is killed and three other people are wounded in an explosion at the entrance to the local branch of Russia’s main intelligence agency in northwestern Russia, officials say.
EU transport ministers say most of them think the European Commission's proposal to abolish daylight savings time next year was not realistic.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will step down in 2021.
Greek youths have clashed with police in central Athens as a protest against education reforms turned violent.
Georgia’s presidential election goes to a second round as neither of the frontrunners won enough votes to secure victory.
Secretary General of the Christian Democratic Union Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said that the Hesse state election results are 'painful', speaking from the CDU headquarters in Berlin on Sunday.
The president of Poland has repeated his country's demand for Germany to pay reparations over World War II.
Election polls open for Georgia's presidential election.
Albania's Interior Minister Fatmir Xhafaj has resigned and will be replaced by Prime Minister Edi Rama's security advisor Sander Lleshi.
The United States Air Force has shipped its biggest bomb load to Europe since the 1999 NATO bombing campaign in Yugoslavia.
Ukraine plans to raise household gas prices from January 1, 2020 to match what state energy company Naftogaz charges the country's industrial companies.
The White House has formally invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington.
German Interior Ministry says authorities are investigating 21 of over a hundred militants, who have returned from Iraq and Syria.
France censures Belgium's decision to purchase US-made F-35 fighter jets instead of European planes as a move against European interests.
Russian warns that it will raise the issue of US withdrawal from a landmark nuclear arms control pact in the UNSC, if the US quits.
Thousands of firefighters marched in Madrid on Friday.
The Federal Security Service dismantled the cell planning to execute "high-profile" attacks in the capital.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the US will "very soon" leave nuclear arms treaty with Russia.
A strike by baggage handlers at Brussels airport has caused the cancellation of around 100 flights, affecting thousands of passengers during a major school holiday.
The European Union has planned to invite Russia and China to join a future alternative to SWIFT in a bid to circumvent expected Iran related sanctions.
Spain’s Supreme Court has ordered the trial of 18 former Catalan leaders over their role in the region's declaration of independence last year.
Former French President Sarkozy has lost an appeal against an earlier legal decision and could stand trial on charges of illegally financing his 2012 presidential campaign.
The Turkish defense minister says the installation of Russian S-400 air defense missile systems will start in October 2019.
Tens of thousands of NATO troops are deployed to Norway for one of the biggest military exercises of the military bloc since the end of the Cold War.