The protests, triggered by French police dislodging 2,500 refugees on 17 November, entered their second day on Tuesday.
Following a wave of violent attacks in Vienna on Monday night, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has vowed “decisive action against the perpetrators of this hideous terrorist attack.”
Post-Brexit trade negotiations have continued in London and Brussels, with both sides trying to sort out the current differences on fishing quotas and the so-called level playing field and reach an agreement before the end of the year when the transition period expires.
On Saturday, Germans marked the thirtieth anniversary of East Germany’s incorporation into the Federal Republic. On the occasion, the eastern German town of Dessau unveiled a monument to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev for his personal contribution to German unity.
The groundbreaking long-term study has tracked health and stroke fatality data for more than 16,000 pairs of twins in Finland over the course of four decades. Twins’ shared genes are valuable material for studies to evaluate the role of genetics versus environmental factors in disease development.
Ankara earlier accused France, and the EU at large of hampering solving problems in the disputed Eastern Mediterranean, where both Turkey and Greece claim energy exploration rights.
A series of terrorist attacks began on 7 January 2015 with the first ambush on the editorial office of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, which resulted in 12 fatalities.
A group of activists burned a copy of the Islamic holy book and uploaded the video, depicting it online after police arrested a leader of “Hard Line” political party was arrested by authorities.