Germany's foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, stated on Friday that Germany opposes the sending of cluster munitions to Ukraine, following reports that the United States was planning to


Belgium's political parties have accumulated a record total of 165 million euros in assets by the end of 2022, as revealed in their annual accounts submitted to the Chamber and analyzed by


Belgium's State Security Service and military intelligence service, ADIV, have been employing so-called 'exceptional methods' more frequently, including wiretapping, according to a report


Czech authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the activities of a Russian cultural centre operated by Rossotrudnichestvo, a sanctioned state agency in Moscow, as reported by


President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, has imposed sanctions on Georgian Airways for a period of 10 years, following the airline's resumption of direct flights to Russia.


Today, the International Centre for the Prosecution of the Crime of Aggression against Ukraine (ICPA) started its operations in the Hague, hosted by the European Union Agency for Criminal

A Holocaust memorial in Paris was vandalized on Friday, sparking concerns over the rise of antisemitism in France. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the issue during

The European Council summit concluded on Friday with the majority of the 27 leaders successfully advancing their common migration policy, despite opposition from Hungary and Poland.

Today, the European Union and the Republic of Korea held the first Digital Partnership council in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The council was co-chaired by Commissioner for the Internal Market,

Today, the longest EU-funded underwater tunnel in Europe is officially opened in Poland. The tunnel will connect the islands of Usedom and Wolin, and the city centre of Świnoujście with the