Tag: European Union

April 22, 2019

Smash Or Flop, Ukraine’s Zele...

Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a native of the industrial southeastern city of Kriviy Rih, carried every region of Ukraine but Lviv in the west, a cradle of Ukrainian nationalism where Poroshenko beat him by nearly 30 percent.

April 21, 2019

Cameroon’s Senate Describes EU Re...

The EU on Thursday among others, resolved that Cameroon government release without conditions all political prisoners, engaged in dialogue with Anglophones and promote freedom of expression and assembly

April 5, 2019

Political Instability in Albania Mo...

Albania will learn in June whether the European Union will move forward with accession talks to admit the Balkan nation as a member. Albania will also hold local elections in June — possibly without the main opposition party taking part

March 31, 2019

Is Britain Heading for Constitution...

Exasperation is rising across the country that is angrily split down the middle over staying a member of the EU or quitting. The one thing uniting the nation is frustration bordering on contempt for the country’s political class

March 17, 2019

Exhibit Traces Post-Colonial Migrat...

As rising nationalism and the crisis surrounding Britain’s exit from the European Union intensify divisions on the continent, a new exhibit in Paris looks instead at a powerful unifier

March 13, 2019

British Leadership Change Possible ...

Britain’s politics are once again in chaos after parliament Tuesday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan for a second time

March 12, 2019

EU Nationals in Britain Fear Brexit...

This is a nail-biting time for the three-and-half million EU citizens living in Britain and more than a million Britons who live on the European mainland. Neither group knows what will be their future status and whether Brexit will cause them to lose their homes and jobs

February 20, 2019

Refugee Children in Greece

KEDU (Kos Education) is a non-formal school run on Kos island by UNHCR’s partner ARSIS – Association for the Social Support of Youth. Since April 2018, when it opened with funds from the European Commission, KEDU has ensured access to classes for children living at the Pyli Reception and Identification Centre (RIC)

February 4, 2019

European Countries Call For Preside...

The European countries want Venezuela to hold a presidential election as soon as possible to end its political and humanitarian crises

February 3, 2019

Crises Mount In Venezuela

Guaido has rejected offers from Mexico’s and Uruguay’s presidents to negotiate with Maduro. Guaido told them in a letter that “to be neutral is to be on the side of the regime that has condemned hundreds of thousands of human beings to misery, hunger and exile, including death.”

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