Greeks in Erdogan’s sights

From the beginning of the year, when Greece blocked Recep Tayyip Erdogan's attempt to blackmail Europe with the mass movement of migrants, Turkey has been trying, with increasing persistence, to "isolate" Greece from its European Union partners.

David Hockney’s lockdown in rural France

Some artists anticipate the future without even being consciously aware of it themselves. The self-indulgent individualism of 1960s California, the youths splashing around in swimming pools in David Hockney's iconic paintings seem like they anticipated a future in which the working class adopted all the trapping of middle-class pleasures.

Vucic with Riester; "For the subway at least 4.4 billion"

On this occasion, an Agreement was signed between the two governments on cooperation in the field of implementation of priority projects in Serbia. After that, press statements are planned.
The meeting, as previously announced, is scheduled for 11 am, in the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic, Media Relations Office of the President announced.

Kickstarting Reform in Bosnia Requires Harnessing Diaspora’s Energy

The building of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, France, 15 November 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE/PATRICK SEEGER

While there have been plenty of well-thought-out elaborations about what a new constitution for Bosnia and Herzegovina might look like, the major stumbling block remains the lack of political will for change.

COVID-19: Germany Will Try to Get EU Deal to Close Ski Resorts

Germany is seeking an agreement with EU countries to keep ski resorts closed until early January, in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus.

"I will say this openly that it won't be easy, but we will try," Chancellor Angela Merkel said after speaking to Germany's regional leaders on Tuesday.

The news came as the country extended its partial lockdown until 20 December.