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Number of Britons Becoming German Citizens Rises 361%

June 13, 2017, Tuesday // 13:02 in World » Europe | Views: 138

The number of Britons becoming German citizens rose by 361% in 2016, amid concerns that Brexit could make it more difficult for British people to live and work in the EU.

Shooting at Munich Subway Leaves Several Injured

June 13, 2017, Tuesday // 10:44 in World » Europe | Views: 197

Several people were injured, including a police officer, in a shooting early Tuesday at a Munich subway station, police said.

Theresa May Takes Blame for Conservatives' Performance in Elections

June 12, 2017, Monday // 21:03 in World » Europe | Views: 102

Theresa May has apologised to Tory MPs for the party's election performance, telling them "I got us into this mess I'll get us out of it", the BBC reported.

Strong Earthquake Strikes off Coast of Turkey

June 12, 2017, Monday // 20:34 in World » Europe | Views: 119

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.

Pound Stable as May Prepares Minority Government

June 12, 2017, Monday // 08:54 in World » Europe | Views: 65

The British pound has stabilized on Asian markets, remaining at its low after last week's shock election results in the UK.

France Election: Macron Party Set for Big Parliamentary Win

June 12, 2017, Monday // 08:14 in World » Europe | Views: 109

The centrist party of French President Emmanuel Macron looks on course to win a landslide victory following the first round of parliamentary elections, BBC reported.

French Vote in First Round of Their General Elections

June 11, 2017, Sunday // 22:00 in World » Europe | Views: 68

The French go to the first round of general elections, in which the newly founded En Marche! party led by President Emmanuel Macron is expected to win a comfortable majority over the formerly powerful social­democratic and conservative parties, as well as

UK: DUP Agrees Confidence Deal with Tories

June 10, 2017, Saturday // 23:43 in World » Europe | Views: 49

The Democratic Unionist Party have agreed in principle a "confidence and supply" deal to support a Conservative government, it has been announced, the BBC reported.

Germany Calls for EUR 10 Billion Permanent UN Crisis Fund

June 10, 2017, Saturday // 21:34 in World » Europe | Views: 115

German Development Minister Gerd Mueller, citing hunger crises in eastern Africa, said the United Nations should create a permanent EUR 10 billion (GBP 8.

Priebe: Rule of Law, Independent Regulatory, Supervisory and Oversight Bodies

June 10, 2017, Saturday // 14:34 in World » Europe | Views: 144

Once it became clear that Macedonia cannot hope to get a date to start negotiations without meeting certain reforms, Priebe's report is back in the game.

Jean-Claude Juncker: EU Needs Stronger Defense Arm

June 9, 2017, Friday // 16:03 in World » Europe | Views: 62

EU nations must step up their military co-operation as they cannot simply rely on the US to defend them, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says, the BBC reported.

UK Election Results in Hung Parliment

June 9, 2017, Friday // 08:30 in World » Europe | Views: 119

The British Prime Minister faced calls to step down after her Conservative party failed to win a majority in parliament, a gamble she took to win a stronger mandate, euronews reports

Polls Open in Britain

June 8, 2017, Thursday // 08:40 in World » Europe | Views: 106

Tens of thousands of polling stations across Britain have opened their doors for voters to cast their ballots in a snap general election, euronews reported.

EU Prepares Defense Union to Alleviate Trump`s Concerns

June 7, 2017, Wednesday // 09:20 in World » Europe | Views: 109

"Over the last eight years, the United States spent more on defense than all NATO countries combined.

EU Opens Formal Investigation into Guess Clothing Group

June 6, 2017, Tuesday // 14:00 in World » Europe | Views: 67

The European Commission said on Tuesday it would open a formal investigation into clothing group Guess , saying it suspected the company of banning retailers from selling its products across the EU's national borders, Channel NewsAsia reported.