As the Islamic State continues to lose ground in the Middle East, the terrorist group will likely refocus on carrying out attacks against “soft” targets within the European Union, EU police agency Europol warned in a report published Friday.
Russian tankers have smuggled jet fuel to Syria through EU waters, bolstering military supplies to a war-torn country where Moscow is carrying out air strikes in support of the government, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.
President Obama and leaders of the European Union agreed on Friday to retain sanctions against Russia for its military intervention in Ukraine.
A Swedish trade union, Unionen, created and has been running a hotline that raises awareness for sexism and mansplaining in the workplace, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
The European Union on Monday agreed on a defense plan that could see it sending rapid response forces abroad for the first time, as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s criticism of allies appeared to galvanize Europe into revamping its strategy.
Prime Minister Theresa May must seek approval from the British Parliament before beginning the process to leave the European Union, the nation’s High Court ruled Thursday morning.
The Iraqi-led military offensive to recapture Mosul from the Islamic State could trigger a return of jihadists to European Union member states, the EU security union commissioner warned on Tuesday.
Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon warned Thursday she was prepared to spearhead a second Scottish independence referendum before the United Kingdom completes its divorce from the European Union.
Belgian counterterrorism officials are investigating the stabbing of two police officers in Brussels on Wednesday morning as a possible terrorist attack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday the United Kingdom could be moving toward a “hard Brexit” from the European Union with negotiations beginning in late March.