The United Nations has warned that Europe should anticipate droves of Syrian refugees if aid programs in Syria’s neighboring countries and other places are not sustained.
UN warns of new Syria refugee flow into Europe
The European Union's top Brexit legislator has denounced Britain's Brexit Minister David Davis for his comments that last week's deal between the EU and the UK was merely "a statement of intent."
UK Brexit negotiator is ‘undermining trust’: EU parliament's Brexit coordinator
France's far-right National Front (FN) has been charged with giving party members suspected fake jobs as assistants at the European Parliament, the party said Tuesday.
French far-right charged over EU ‘fake jobs’
NATO has reappointed Jens Stoltenberg as the Secretary-General of the military alliance for two more years.
NATO extends chief Stoltenberg's term for 2 more years
A keenly awaited major trial in Austria delving into alleged high-level corruption began on Tuesday as a flamboyant jet setting former finance minister and 14 others appeared in court.
Austria opens major corruption trial
Spokesperson for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Hossein Naqavi Hosseini said British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has asked Tehran to release two spies jailed in Iran.
UK foreign secretary asked Iran to release spies: MP
The EU will harden its position on Brexit trade talks after London said it would only pay its divorce bill if it got a deal, leading European parliamentarians said on Tuesday.
EU to toughen Brexit stance on Britain, the ‘gangster’
A gas explosion has occurred in Austria’s main gas pipeline hub in Baumgarten, leaving one person dead and 18 others injured.
Gas explosion at Austria gas hub kills one, injures 18
Britain's Foreign Secretary described his visit to Iran as 'worthwhile' and said that the two sides agree that the nuclear deal should be preserved.
British FM: Visit to Iran 'worthwhile'

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