MANILA (Reuters) – The Philippines is withdrawing top diplomats from Canada after Ottawa missed a deadline to take back 69 shipping containers full of trash, the latest move in a long-running row
By Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen and Stine Jacobsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Danish Prime Minister Lokke Rasmussen is willing to form a governing coalition with the Social Democrats after the June 5 election
By Gavin Jones and Angelo Amante ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s ruling parties intend to relaunch their coalition after next week’s European elections, sources from both parties say, but it may not be easy
LONDON (Reuters) – The British government will introduce the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Bill to parliament as soon as possible in order to give lawmakers time to scrutinize it, the leader of the
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU citizens will elect a new European Parliament next week. National parties line up in pan-EU groups.
BERLIN (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit Berlin on May 31, after he canceled a trip to the German capital earlier this month, newspaper Tagesspiegel said on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) – French prosecutors have reopened an investigation into the 2013 murder of three Kurdish militants, a judicial source and lawyer for the families of the dead activists said on
By Colin Packham and Jonathan Barrett SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s political leaders on Thursday made their last big pitch to voters ahead of a May 18 election, with the death of Bob Hawke, the
By Andrew MacAskill LONDON (Reuters) – Prince Harry, Britain’s Duke of Sussex, has accepted substantial damages and an apology from a news agency which took photographs of his home from the air,