The blacklist was drawn up in December to discourage the most aggressive tax-dodging practices after several disclosures of off-shore schemes.
From 1917 on, communism has come a long way. But to observe that it is obsolete is not to argue that it never travelled well.
Nigerians have recently been the largest national group among African migrants travelling to Libya and trying to cross from there to Italy by sea.
More patrols and rescues off the coast of Libya, as well as fighting between smuggling groups, contributed to the overall drop.
Libya is the main departure point for migrants fleeing poverty or war to reach Europe by boat.
The last time the anti-immigration Freedom Party entered government in Austria, demonstrations were so big that the cabinet took a tunnel from the chancellery to the swearing-in ceremony at the President’s office across the street.
British PM Theresa May, told her peers that she was on course to deliver Brexit and urged them to fasten the talks so as to unravel more than 40 year of membership, that UK has had with EU.
The warning comes amid UNHCR’s $4.4 billion appeal to support Syrian refugee aid programmes in surrounding countries of Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan and Egypt.
Putting money into the hands of local communities will be a more useful antidote to the whims of world capitalism.
The case against the activists, who face up to 15 years in prison if found guilty, has become a flashpoint in Turkey’s tense relations with Europe.
Contrary to all evidence and EU positions, the US president still thinks the nuclear deal is ‘the worst deal ever’.
As Brexit drags on, support for the EU in Scotland is rising, but backing for Sturgeon’s independence proposal has stayed roughly where it was in 2014.
Merkel agreed to put a number on how many people Germany would accept per year on humanitarian grounds, namely a net total of around 200,000 individuals.
French President Emmanuel Macron called for the EU to work more closely on defence and immigration and for the euro zone to have its own budget
Anxiety runs high over international tensions and there is a fear that Germany’s economic security is under threat.
Merkel’s conservative bloc won 32.9% of the vote, down 8.6 points from the 2013 election, hitting its lowest level since 1949.
The EU’s highest court ruled on Wednesday that member states must take in a share of refugees who reach Europe, dismissing complaints by Slovakia and Hungary.
Britain’s progress towards life outside the EU became more entangled on Friday, with divisions deepening over Northern Ireland’s border and even the type of divorce Britain actually wants.
In total, more than 230 people have died in attacks across France in the past two and a half years, most of them claimed by ISIS.
The two-day G7 summit in Italy pitted President Trump against the leaders of Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Japan on several issues.
President Duda has said previously that the balance of powers in the current constitution, Poland’s first after the fall of communism, is incorrect.
Last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester reveals the challenges facing European intelligence and security services in preventing people who use everyday things like cars to cause mayhem.
An inquiry was held amid accusations that NGOs were colluding with people smugglers to help with search and rescue operations close to the Libyan coast.
The chancellor looks even more secure as a surge by the Martin Schulz-led Social Democratic Party fell flat in North-Rhine Westphalia.
Anti-establishment sentiment has been growing across Europe and US with Israel largely unaffected as yet, despite protests over the high cost of living.
Europeans want to upend politics as usual and the far right is still rising. If the Left doesn’t come up with an unusual politics of its own, it will be upended as well.
There is confusion in these waters as desperate migrants try to reach a better life with the help of NGOs and authorities scramble to deal with the chaos.
The improvements, which will allow the affected to live as long as those without HIV, are largely due to the transition to less toxic medicine combinations.
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron offer two totally different visions for France’s future and its relationship to Europe.
While France teeters on the brink of the far right, left parties elsewhere in Europe are showing surprising strength.
This week’s column looks at articles providing insight into the ongoing migrant crisis by focusing on conditions in Jordan, Greece, the US and Canada.
Le Pen, who leads the anti-European Union, anti-immigration National Front, faced strong criticism of her policies on Thursday from International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde, a former French economy minister.
While the EU says it has the right to send away all economic migrants if it chooses, its existing laws on human rights say asylum seekers awaiting a ruling on their cases can only be deported to countries that meet certain conditions.
What does it mean for international relations when the most powerful country in the world becomes a pariah state?
A Muslim-dominated New Jersey neighbourhood is coming to terms with the shocking immigration imposition by the new US administration.
For many Aborigines, January 26 is “Invasion Day” as it celebrates the arrival of white settlement and beginning of colonial subjugation.
The biggest lesson India has to share is the importance of creating a diverse public sphere that is inclusive and welcoming to all.
The island’s leaders are meeting in Geneva to discuss the prospect of reunification. Here’s what is on the negotiating table.
The divergence of democracy and capital will defy reason and politics will become brutal survivalism.
The “no” result from Italy’s referendum is likely to open the doors to a government crisis with uncertain economic consequences.