Saturday, May 27, 2017
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Europe

Corbyn: We have to admit 'war on terror' is not working

As election campaigning restarts following Manchester attack, UK opposition leader addresses root causes of 'terror'.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Read more: Corbyn: We have to admit 'war on terror' is not working

   

Trump: NATO allies need 'to pay their fair share'

In line with his America First policy, US president tells alliance members to spend more for collective defence.

Donald Trump

Read more: Trump: NATO allies need 'to pay their fair share'

   

NATO to 'formally join' anti-ISIL coalition

Member states of military alliance are set to officially join a US-led coalition fighting ISIL, diplomatic sources say.

Read more: NATO to 'formally join' anti-ISIL coalition

   

Manchester attack probe widens with arrests in Libya

Bomber's father detained in Tripoli says 'everything was normal' with his son days before and he didn't belong to ISIL.

Read more: Manchester attack probe widens with arrests in Libya

   

Manchester attack suspect 'likely' did not act alone

UK home secretary says suspected bomber 'likely' did not act alone as soldiers take on guard duties at key public sites.

Read more: Manchester attack suspect 'likely' did not act alone

   

Refugees drown off Libya's Mediterranean coast

Children among 34 reportedly dead after about 200 migrants and refugees fall off overloaded vessel while being rescued.

Read more: Refugees drown off Libya's Mediterranean coast

   

Macron seeks to extend state of emergency to November

Emmanuel Macron also preparing new security measures and legislation having studied 'new terrorist threat'.

Read more: Macron seeks to extend state of emergency to November

   

Donald Trump meets Pope Francis at the Vatican

Visit comes after public disagreements between the two men over climate change, immigration and refugee policy.

Read more: Donald Trump meets Pope Francis at the Vatican

   

EU court highlights Romanian domestic-violence failures

European Court for Human Rights finds lack of commitment in Romania to address domestic assault despite legal framework.

Read more: EU court highlights Romanian domestic-violence failures

   

Eurozone fails to agree fresh Greek bailout

Talks in Brussels did not end in a deal needed to unlock Greece’s next installment of multi-billion euro bailout.

Read more: Eurozone fails to agree fresh Greek bailout

   

Page 1 of 16

Donation

Thanks to all of our supporters for your generosity and your encouragement of an independent press!

Enter Amount:

Featured_Author

Login






Login reminder Forgot login?

Subscribe to MWC News Alert

Email Address

Subscribe in a reader Facebok page Twitter page

Week in Pictures

United States: Tornadoes

Europe's late spring freeze