Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to end a contentious agreement with the EU, aimed at halting the refugee influx into the continent as tensions between the two sides continue to escalate.
The European Union (EU) member states seek to discuss whether to go ahead with routine talks with the Israeli regime before the bloc has adopted a “unified and clear” stance against Tel Aviv’s defiant settlement construction on occupied Palestinian territories.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking to gain support within the EU, and with good reason: US President-elect Donald Trump isn't conceal his plans to reconsider Washington's foreign policy and change the established status quo
The Turkish parliament has approved the three-month extension of the country’s state of emergency, which was initially implemented after a failed July coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A high-level commission monitoring the implementation of last year’s nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers plans to meet in Vienna on January 10 to discuss the recent move by the United States to renew the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA).
Authorities in the southern German state of Baden-Wurttemberg have detained two teenagers aged 15 and 17 who allegedly plotted to stage ISIS-inspired attacks on “public institutions.”
Up to 1,750 ISIS terrorists have returned to Europe with orders to carry out attacks, an EU report has warned.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the extension of a piece of anti-Iran legislation in the US will have no “executive effect” and will merely be a sign of the United States government’s unreliability.
EU police agency Europol says as a result of ISIS Setbacks in Iraq, Syria and Libya, several dozen militants already are in Europe and more will arriving; so Islamic State terrorist attacks possibility is risen.
Erdogan Turkish President says EU parliament holding vote on Turkey shows Europe taking sides with terrorist groups (probably Kurdish forces).