• Spanish-German consultations about Puigdemont

    Spanish-German consultations about Puigdemont

    berlin April 11, 2018 17:12 Hot Recent News

    German and Spanish prosecutors meet in the Netherlands about Carles Puigdemont, the former prime minister of Catalonia. According to sources of the Spanish newspaper El País, the meeting would take place at Eurojust, the European Union (EU) legal organization based in The Hague.

  • Russians sow division

    Russians sow division

    london April 5, 2018 04:45 Hot Recent News

    The OPCW has rejected a Russian proposal to 'cooperate' in the investigation into the poison gas used in the attack on Skripal double spy. The rejection by Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague is a support in the back of the British, but the Russians are furious.

  • 'Russian research proposal Skripal perverse'

    'Russian research proposal Skripal perverse'

    the hague April 4, 2018 10:42 Hot Recent News

    Great Britain mentions a Russian proposal to jointly investigate the attack on the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal 'perverse.' The British delegation that participated in the Wednesday consultation with the organization against chemical weapons (OPCW) in The Hague twittered that.

  • Overpuren Rutte his mess eats tent sick

    Overpuren Rutte his mess eats tent sick

    the hague March 29, 2018 00:42 Hot Recent News

    Disgusting food remains from the bulging trash cans and an allegedly illegal deal with the embassy of Albania. Opposite of the turret of Prime Minister Mark Rutte in The Hague, the nuisance of an Italian restaurant was spit.

  • Russian ambassador announces retaliation

    Russian ambassador announces retaliation

    the hague March 28, 2018 15:45 Hot Recent News

    The expulsion of two Russian diplomats through the Netherlands 'will not be without consequences,' says the Russian ambassador in The Hague, Alexander Shulgin, in an interview with EenVandaag. 'We will have to respond in one way or another,' he warns. 'It will be a form of retribution.'

  • EU leaders meet for two days in Brussels

    EU leaders meet for two days in Brussels

    brussels March 22, 2018 06:45 Hot Recent News

    The 28 EU leaders meet on Thursday and Friday in Brussels. Important topics for discussion are the American import levy on steel and the poison attack on the ex-doublespion Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, England. The brexit and the euro zone are also discussed and possibly the Facebook scandal.

  • NATO countries express support for London

    NATO countries express support for London

    london/brussels March 14, 2018 13:15 Hot Recent News

    The NATO countries are right behind London after the poisoning of a former double spy and his daughter in Salisbury. They are very concerned about the first nerve attack on NATO territory since the alliance began in 1949, British Prime Minister Theresa May said Wednesday in parliament. NATO member states call on Moscow to answer questions from the British government about the Russian chemical weapons program.

  • 'American can not even make our steel'

    'American can not even make our steel'

    amsterdam March 2, 2018 20:45 Hot Recent News

    Dutch metal companies such as Tata Steel lobby the cabinet and the American ambassador to limit the damage of the announced steel and aluminum tax by President Trump. 'At the same time, Americans can not do without our high-quality steel,' says Theo Henrar, CEO of Tata Steel Netherlands.

  • Again soldiers died in Mali

    Again soldiers died in Mali

    abidjan February 28, 2018 18:27 Hot Recent News

    Four UN soldiers were killed in an explosion in Mali. A landmine or roadside bomb probably exploded near their vehicle. Another four passengers were seriously injured, reports the UN mission in the West African country.

  • Column: Long live Europe

    Column: Long live Europe

    February 24, 2018 08:12 Hot Recent News

    At the end of this week, European leaders started the first discussions on the new multi-annual budget of the EU. At the same time, there is already informal consultation about the future of Europe, with Germany and France taking the lead. These countries want more European cooperation, at the expense of the current powers that EU countries still have. This mainly concerns more Brussels in the financial-economic field and more money for the EU.

  • First step to military highway Europe

    First step to military highway Europe

    brussels February 15, 2018 10:00 Hot Recent News

    Soldiers and defense equipment must be able to move more smoothly through Europe in the future. A Dutch proposal to speed up the now often syrupy procedures by obtaining diplomatic consent within five days can count on broad support from NATO countries.

  • Spain rolls up huge drug gang

    Spain rolls up huge drug gang

    madrid February 9, 2018 14:27 Hot Recent News

    The Spanish police have rolled up a large gang of drug smugglers. Certainly 43 people have been arrested and about 5000 kilos of drugs have been intercepted. Detectives have seized 15 million euros worth of stuff. At least 139 bank accounts have been frozen. It is called 'one of the most powerful drug organizations in the world'.

  • VN strike alarm after executions in Benghazi

    VN strike alarm after executions in Benghazi

    tunis January 24, 2018 22:03 Hot Recent News

    The UN mission in Libya alarmed after reports of summary executions Wednesday in the city of Benghazi shortly after a double bomb attack at a mosque that caused at least 35 deaths. The UN reacts to images that show how at least nine people are executed who were captured after the attacks.

  • Former Prime Minister Catalonia can reign in Brussels

    Former Prime Minister Catalonia can reign in Brussels

    barcelona January 19, 2018 12:48 Hot Recent News

    The ex-premier of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, told the Catalan broadcaster that it is best possible to lead the regional government from Belgium. It is much easier to hold that function in Brussels than in a Spanish cell, according to Puigdemont. The Spanish judicial authorities are looking for him because of a series of offenses committed when he, as the regional prime minister, wanted to separate Catalonia from Spain in October with an illegal referendum.

  • Poland and Hungary fighting in Brussels

    brussels December 14, 2017 10:54 Hot Recent News

    The Prime Ministers of Poland and Hungary are combating the debate with their EU counterparts on compulsory refugee quotas. The heads of government will discuss how they can break the stalemate on this sensitive issue on Thursday evening.

  • Romanian king Mihai (96) died

    bucharest December 5, 2017 12:45 Hot Recent News

    King Mihai, the last king of Romania, has died. The 96-year-old Mihai, who sat on the Romanian throne until the end of 1947, died in Switzerland, the Romanian court has announced.

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