How the EU is coping with irregular migrants
Coffins containing the remains of the drowned in Lampedusa before their burial in various Italian cemeteries. Photo published on Twitter by Aleem Maqbool
Giousouf’s election to the German Bundestag reveals a shift in voting patterns, with ethnic Turkish support for Merkel’s party rising to 31 per cent
French President Hollande intervenes in the case of a Roma schoolgirl whose deportation to Kosovo sparked nationwide protests by French students.
Is the nation-state still the most viable form of political community or have the pressures of globalization reduced its possibility to maintain the well-being of its citizens in such a manner that we should look to a larger community of reciprocal solidarity, namely Europe?
Demonstrators protesting against the removal of a foreign student from France have clashed with police in Paris.
The European Union and Canada agreed a multi-billion-dollar trade pact on Friday that will integrate two of the world’s largest economies and paves the way for Europe to do an even bigger deal with the United States.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso resolved remaining issues in Brussels, wrapping up talks launched in May 2009 but stalled for months over quotas for Canadian beef and EU cheese.
The European Union and Canada agreed a multibillion-dollar trade pact that will integrate