Croatia

Croatian president presents award to war crimes suspect

Former Croatian general Zlatan Mijo Jelic is accused of committing war crimes against Bosniaks in Mostar, Bosnia.

Croatian president presents award to war crimes suspect

Europe

UK: Complaints about British tourists ignoring COVID-19 measures

The behaviour of British tourists who are staying back in the UK this summer has come under the spotlight.

Europe

Ukraine asks Belarus to transfer arrested Russian mercenaries

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asks his Belarusian counterpart to hand over 28 of the 33 Russians arrested last week.

Ukraine asks Belarus to transfer arrested Russian mercenaries

Europe

Croatia marks 25 years since war with tolerance message

Croatia marks the 25th anniversary of a military victory against Serb rebels that ended the country's independence war.

Croatia marks 25 years since war with tolerance message

Europe

German neo-Nazi on trial over politician murder admits to killing

Apologising to Walter Luebcke's family, Stephan Ernst said he had carried out a 'cowardly and cruel' act.

German neo-Nazi on trial over politician murder admits to killing

Europe

France evacuates thousands as forest fires rage near Marseille

Forest fires near the towns of Martigues and Sausset-les-Pins prompt the evacuation of about 2,700 people.

France evacuates thousands as forest fires rage near Marseille

AJ Impact

Google's $2.1bn Fitbit deal hits roadblock as EU launches probe

The EU move comes despite Google's pledge last month to not use the fitness tracker's data for advertising purposes.

Google's $2.1bn Fitbit deal hits roadblock as EU launches probe

Europe

Dutch whistle-blower urges probe into nuclear espionage scandal

Frits Veerman was punished for turning in his colleague who was selling secret intelligence to Pakistan in the early 1970s.

Europe

Migrant rescue charities call on Italy to release impounded ships

Sea-Eye, Sea-Watch and SOS Mediterranee say ships were seized on 'spurious grounds' to prevent migrants from landing.

Migrant rescue charities call on Italy to release impounded ships

Europe

France to pay home caregivers coronavirus bonus by year's end

Home caregivers who helped the elderly and people with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic to receive a bonus.

France to pay home caregivers coronavirus bonus by year's end

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Europe trails US on Boeing 737 MAX recertification test flights

While European agency has yet to schedule a test flight, US authorities make progress on moving MAX back into service.

Europe trails US on Boeing 737 MAX recertification test flights

Europe

Germany deploys 250 soldiers for Libyan arms embargo mission

The Hamburg frigate departs from Germany's Wilhelmshaven on a five-month mission to enforce a UN arms embargo.

Germany deploys 250 soldiers for Libyan arms embargo mission

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France suspends Morgan Stanley as bond dealer

France's financial markets regulator said Morgan Stanley had manipulated French and Belgian bond prices in June 2015.

France suspends Morgan Stanley as bond dealer

Europe

Greek PM reshuffles cabinet for better health, EU fund management

A dozen people overall were either brought into the government, or had their posts upgraded.

Greek PM reshuffles cabinet for better health, EU fund management

Europe

Early voting begins in Belarus for presidential election

Longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko seeks a sixth term after barring his main rivals from running.

Early voting begins in Belarus for presidential election