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A record 60,000 migrants arrived on Greek islands last year and authorities are struggling to manage the flow. Island residents, feeling overrun, want new detention centers to be built on the mainland.
For decades, the cultural elite of France have played by their own set of rules. But in the #MeToo era, bad behavior may no longer be tolerated.
UN asks Greece to fix bottlenecks for the largest influx of refugees since the crisis’ 2015-16 peak. Overcrowding hits locals and migrants alike.
A xenophobic attack in Hanau, Germany, which killed nine people, comes amid growing concerns about far-right violence. Chancellor Merkel said the shootings expose the "poison" of racism in German society. All nine people killed had foreign backgrounds.
Soviet-era housing dominates the neighborhood of Lasnamäe on Jan. 11, 2020, in Tallinn, Estonia.
Russia is adopting Keynesian economics and stimulus spending in an attempt to give its long-austere economy a boost.
We hear the worried question frequently: Where is the world headed? ven amid deep uncertainty, many are trying to shape a path toward progress.
Israel shares illuminating parallels with the South Africa of the 1980s, including huge disparities in economic leverage and power.
Unlike conservative resistance to alternative sources in the U.S., German activists are aren’t against wind energy in principle, but in practice.
Latvia and Lithuania have some of the world’s highest suicide rates, but both countries have begun to tackle the underlying causes.
In the past, Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have denounced Sinn Fein for its historic ties to the IRA, but lawmakers now face the formidable task of uniting the fractured 160-member Parliament to form a new government in coming weeks.
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer says she won't be seeking the German chancellorship next year, reflecting a growing split within the Christian Democrats after a recent endorsement of a far-right candidate.
A new contender is challenging Ireland's historically dominant parties. Polls show young voters are drawn to the bold, socialist policies of the Sinn Fein party as Ireland chooses a new parliament on Saturday.
Northern Ireland is the last of the United Kingdom to achieve marriage equality, caught between demands of the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland. But LGBTQ activists are still fighting for the right to convert civil partnerships to marriage.
Estonia has become a model in foiling Russian hacking and disinformation. What could the Baltic state teach the U.S. about securing the 2020 election?
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