26 people were killed when a munitions disposal factory exploded near the capital Tirana in 2008.
Officers from Estonia, Lithuania and Poland will be deployed to the Slovenia-Croatia border.
Locals in Brussels have been left bemused by rules that require them to respect a curfew on Friday evening... for just two hours!
One of the five biggest insurance companies in Europe will stop writing policies that cover extortion by cybercriminals in France, the second worst-hit country by ransomware in the world.
HMS Severn and HMS Tamar are expected to begin their voyage back to Portsmouth within the next 24 hours after being deployed to a protest by French fishermen.
The Bank of England said that its revised forecast — it previously estimated that the UK economy would grow by 5 per cent this year — was down to the country's fast vaccine rollout which should enable the economy to reopen quicker than initially thought.
In a move suggesting President Biden is happier about closer military co-operation with the EU, the US will join a European Union military project.
Gay rights activists in Croatia have the decision as a "historic" ruling.
Valdis Dombrovskis, the EU's trade chief, told Euronews that other measures, besides patent waivers, need to be considered to ramp up global production of COVID-19 vaccines.
By visiting so early in his tenure, before any trip to Russia, Antony Blinken is signaling that Ukraine is a high foreign-policy priority for President Joe Biden's administration.
The vote could have far-reaching implications for the fate of the opposition Labour Party and for Scotland's future in the UK.
Barnier appears to be considering joining the race to succeed Emmanuel Macron.
Commission president von der Leyen said the bloc would discuss the move, but German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office spoke out against it.
The prince had been granted a derogation to kill a female bear that had caused damages to local farms. Instead, the country's largest male bear, 17-year-old Arthur, was killed.
Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic said the government initiative was the first of its kind in the world to promote vaccinations.
The European Commission has identified 137 products in strategic sectors, like healthcare and high tech, where the EU is highly dependent on imports.
The German judiciary applies the principle of "universal jurisdiction" which allows any person to be tried in Germany for the most serious offences committed anywhere in the world.
The UK is sending two Royal Navy patrol vessels to monitor a potential blockade of Jersey's main port after France threatened to cut off power to the Channel Island over post-Brexit fishing conditions.
The highest proportion of dissatisfaction was found in Greece, Luxembourg and Belgium, the survey found.
Last month's elections had resulted in a political deadlock after three parties failed to form a new government.