Wednesday’s record total surpasses the previous high of 235 set on August 6th
Six people were injured when Sarmad ploughed his car into a number of vehicles along a stretch of the German capital’s motorway
The July 18th blaze engulfed the inside of the Gothic structure of the Cathedral of Saint Peter & Saint Paul destroying its centuries-old grand organ
Any such discussion cannot be held without Greece's contribution
Borrell reaffirmed that the EU is committed to the protection of Greece's sovereignty
Police say alleged assault on Chechen boy may have sparked reprisals in Grésilles area
The minister stated that the target is for 60 camps for migrants and refugees to close in 2020
"The top priority is a rapid separation of those with a refugee profile from the economic migrants"
Will the English Channel turn into the Aegean Sea?
Solidarity among EU member states is key to recovering from the economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic