Mayor Sadiq Khan warns that international companies will follow through on their promises to take their business elsewhere if a Brexit transition deal is not agreed to soon.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal, which sparked the #squealonyourpig campaign in France, pushes French lawmakers to consider cracking down on sexual harassment.
President Trump has given Congress 60 days to review economic sanctions on Iran. If the US walks away from the deal, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said he would 'shred' it.
In response to a threat of an independence bid by Catalonia's leadership, the central Spanish government has said it will enact article 155 of Spain's constitution that would revoke the region's semi-autonomous powers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel leads exploratory talks between her party, the Christian Democrats, and the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Free Democrats, and Greens. The parties are under pressure to compromise and form a government by January.
The conservative, anti-immigration Austrian People's Party won the country's snap election. The party is led by the young Sebastian Kurz who may be looking to ally with the anti-Islamic Freedom Party.
Brexit talks haven't hit any key issues including trade. Many businesses are worried that Britain could leave the EU without a trade deal in place, which would mean tariffs on exports from both sides, reams of red tape, and chaos at ports.
The proposal is receiving widespread support and many are calling it a restriction of facial masking, rather than an infringement of religious freedoms.
Portugal faces the reality of summer forest fires as local leaders push for forest management reform through consolidating abandoned plots of land, getting rid of undergrowth, and growing fire-resistant plants and trees.
As the nation commemorates the anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall, the recent election reveals how little East and West Germans understand each other.
After a series of setbacks surrounding Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May is pushing an agenda that addresses 'uncomfortable truths' in health care, education, and the criminal justice systems.
Despite determined efforts to stop the vote, the Spanish government has a constitutional crisis on its hands after a vote of overwhelming support for Catalonia to move forward on secession.
In a speech at the Sorbonne, French President Emmanuel Macron shares his vision for a joint finance minister, legislature, and budget. And he doesn't want to wait for the Brexit to take effect before bringing Europe closer together.