The Swiss neutrality initiative, aimed at safeguarding Switzerland's long-standing policy of neutrality, is gaining traction as it approaches a crucial vote. Walter Wobmann, president of the


Speaking at the 80th anniversary celebration of the Council of Jewish Institutions of France (Crif), President Emmanuel Macron

Swiss police intervened to remove Austrian far-right figure Martin Sellner during a lecture in the canton of Aargau.


In a significant decision, the Swiss electorate has voted in favor of bolstering monthly payments for pensioners while rejecting a proposal to gradually raise the retirement age.


Farmers' associations have declared their intent to stage a demonstration in Brussels on Monday, February 26, coinciding with a summit of European Agriculture

Of the 14,779 Ukrainian refugees registered with the Flemish public employment service VDAB, only 27 percent are currently employed, announced Regional Minister


Switzerland has announced plans to assess the possibility of deporting asylum seekers to third countries, in response to discussions within the European Union regarding asylum deportations.

The Tweede Kamer, the lower house of the Dutch parliament, has voted in favor of a proposal to allow educational institutions to limit the number of international

President Christodoulides delivered a resolute message during the This is Europe debate series, emphasizing the imperative for a cohesive and adaptable European


Poland’s President, Andrzej Duda, embarked on a six-day trip to Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania, with a primary focus on bolstering political ties and fostering business