Vilnius University has decided to terminate the employment contract of Andrey Desnitsky, a Russian professor who contested the notion of Baltic states being occupied by the

Germany is witnessing a surge in Turkish citizens seeking asylum, particularly among the educated who oppose the government and see limited prospects for the future in Turkey.


The consolidation efforts embraced by 26 Flemish municipalities have already led to an expenditure of a quarter of a billion euros for Flanders, as reported by De Standaard and Het Belang van



As 2024 approaches, Belgium is gearing up to assume the presidency of the Council of the European Union, a responsibility that rotates among EU member states every six months. During its

The Flemish regional government has made a significant decision to invest 1.5 million euros annually in the NATO Innovation Fund and DIANA, NATO's 'accelerator' for investment in defense

Recent Quran-burning protests in Sweden and Denmark have led to increased security concerns and international tensions. The protests, carried out by individuals and far-right groups, have


On Tuesday morning, the Danish Minister of Defense and leader of the Venstre party, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, returned to work, as documented by a photographer from Ritzau.


On July 29, 2023, the European Union announced further measures to counter Russia's fake news industry by imposing sanctions on five Russian entities and seven individuals involved in

The city of Magdeburg witnessed a powerful demonstration as thousands of people took to the streets to express their opposition to the far-right political party, Alternative for Germany (AfD).


According to the annual report of the Coordination Unit for Threat Analysis (CUTA), the number of extremists and terrorists in Belgium has slightly decreased. In 2022, 80 new individuals were