Negotiations in this region are at an impasse, with the Armenian enclave requesting humanitarian assistance and Azerbaijan demanding Armenian integration.
The incumbent Prime Minister Kaja Kallas led the polls, but her leadership is far from secure, since poor energy policies and allegations of election fraud undermine her victory.
Italy and France’s previous disagreements seem to be behind them, as the ministers announced joint plans to control migration in North Africa.
While the move to join NATO without Sweden has overwhelming support and has been long anticipated, there are still some doubts being raised over the decision.
Tuesday’s events may be decisive in stemming Macron’s plans to reform French retirement.
With anti-regime protests in Iran ongoing, hope for the opposition may come from the exiled son of Iran’s last king and his efforts to rally support.
Some say the political project of Spain’s labour minister is uniting the Left, yet she may actually be establishing her own movement.
The leaders’ endorsement of the deal represents a major breakthrough for their countries’ deadlocked relations.
The rise of the Right in the small Baltic country may be part of a bigger regional trend toward conservative governments.
Amid fears of a fresh migration surge, a series of events in Greece this week indicate that Europe’s tough turn on border control will continue.
In the immediate fallout of the raid, six rockets were fired at Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip.
Does the creation of a new paramilitary force indicate that Belarus is getting drawn further into the Ukraine war?