A century on from the partition of Ireland, communities in Northern Ireland are as divided as ever. Is reunification the answer?
A ruling earlier this month overturned a law that had capped rents in a bid to make the German capital more affordable.
The Cyprus conflict has been known as "the graveyard of diplomats". Will the new round of UN-mediated talks next week be any different?
As a consequence of the war, thousands of Ukrainians have no access to clean drinking water. They rely on NGOs for water deliverances, as the pipelines have been tangled up in the seemingly endless fighting on the eastern front.
Around 995 people sought shelter in EU countries between August and December 2020, compared with 545 over the same period in 2019.
An explosive memo that advocates redrawing the borders of independent countries formed after Yugoslavia’s breakup and reducing Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to a third of its current size has sparked fears of renewed conflict in the region.
While the European Commission has given the green light to billions in state aid to Air France, the rail sector says companies such as Eurostar are not seeing the same level of government support.
Slovakia is currently the only EU nation to recognise its Roma community as an at-risk group in its vaccination campaign despite Romani being more likely than the general population to suffer from cardiovascular diseases and other chronic diseases.
It's got absolutely nothing in common with the Big Apple. But that hasn't stopped Novhorodske in Ukraine wanting to call itself New York.
Gibraltar was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic - but its successful vaccination campaign should see all adults immunised by the end of March, and it is opening back up.