Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Europe’s long-standing resistance to joint policing of its financial system is coming home to roost.  A widening moneyilaundering scandal  has exposed weaknesses that Russian criminals have exploited for years, increasing the prospect of U.S. authorities stepping in with draconian fines of...
 Moldova's election has produced a hung parliament, results showed on Monday, splitting the vote between pro-Western and pro-Russian forces at a time when the ex-Soviet republic's relations with the European Union have soured. Corruption scandals and accusations of poisoning have...
Nicolas Maduro has told Euronews that an attempt to overthow his government is "over" as he attacked the European Union for "blindly" following the politics of Donald Trump in backing his opponents. Maduro said that National Assembly leader Juan Guiado,...
Residents of Heidelberg in southwestern Germany were concerned their water was contaminated on Thursday after some residents began noticing a bluish colour. City officials warned residents to not drink the water while they investigated the change in tint. On Thursday...
Supermarket shoppers in France will have to dig deeper from Friday when the price of hundreds of high-profile branded products goes up. France’s agriculture minister, Didier Guillaume, says it is part of a bid to rebalance how supermarkets make their...
Greece was the European Union member state that saw the biggest decrease in annual rankings measuring perceptions of corruption across the world. It dropped three points in a year and is one of five countries in the bloc considered to...
Pro-Emmanuel Macron or anti-gilets jaunes (yellow vests)? Protesters took part in a march in response to the French gilets jaunes movement held in Paris on Sunday. They were over 10,000, according to the authorities. Dubbed the "Republican march for the...
French Prime Minister Edouard Phillipe has announced plans to introduce legislation that would crack down on undeclared protests, in response to the Gilets Jaunes 'Yellow Vests' demonstrations. Now in its seventh weekend of protests, demonstrators set barricades on fire, threw...
A massive hunt is underway for a gunman who opened fire near a popular Christmas market in the center of the French city of Strasbourg Tuesday, killing three people and injuring 13 others. More than 350 police gendarmes and soldiers supported...
French President Emmanuel Macron has asked Prime Minister Edouard Philippe to meet with heads of political parties and representatives of the so-called "yellow vests" in an attempt to defuse tensions that erupted into violent protests over the weekend. Around 36,000...

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