The death of George Floyd in Minnesota has breathed new life into anti-racism efforts across the Atlantic.
‘It’s an unfortunate misstep in the middle of what’s already a hard road for most public health officials,’ said one physician.
The Armed Services missive marks the largest Republican effort so far to convince the administration to change course.
European Economic and Social Committee may pursue legal action.
US forces in Germany important for both Berlin and Washington, Kramp-Karrenbauer stresses.
Finance officials see ministers from Spain, Ireland, Luxembourg vying to succeed Centeno in key post.
Josep Borrell defends ‘realistic’ view of Beijing — but the US and Asian nations see things differently.
Commission Vice President for Values and Transparency Věra Jourová and High Representative Josep Borrell are set to unveil plans Wednesday.
Most children won’t return to classes until September.
The Commission president has previously admitted ‘mistakes have been made’ by officials below her level.
Court rules that Horst Seehofer breached neutrality rules by publishing critical interview on a ministry website.
Leopold II imposed a reign of terror in the Congo when he ruled Belgium from 1865 to 1909.