Desperate parents and friends used social media to search for loved ones on Tuesday after a blast killed at least 22 people at a British concert by US singer Ariana Grande, with images of happy-looking teenagers posted next to pleas for help.
The trial of 221 high-ranking military officers – accused of trying to oust Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in last July's failed coup – began Monday, amid heavy security in Turkey. Outside the courthouse, the crowd called for the death penalty, which was banned in Turkey in its bid to join the EU. Erdogan blames the attempted coup on the US-based Muslim cleric, Fethullah Gulen, a claim he strongly denies.
German chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives (CDU) widened their lead over the Social Democrats (SPD), according to a poll published Tuesday. CDU had 39 percent, 14 points ahead of SPD, which is led by former European Parliament president Martin Schulz. The liberal Free Democrats (FDP) are in third place for the first time with 9 percent, enough to govern together with Merkel, outlining the possibility of a more fiscally conservative government.
Police say at least 19 people have been killed in a reported blast at a concert venue in Manchester, UK, in what is being treated as a possible terrorist incident. Follow our liveblog below for the latest news.
There have been a 'number of confirmed fatalities' following reports of an explosion at venue in the northern English city of Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande had been performing, UK police said Monday night.
The ongoing revision of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive is a key opportunity to reduce exposure of Europe's children to advertisements of health-harmful products – an opportunity that should not be missed.
In its final preparatory act before Brexit talks begin, the EU has officially given the negotiating mandate to Michel Barnier. The French politician said he would like to start negotiations on the week of 19 June.
French president Emmanuel Macron will host his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, for a round of talks on 29 May at the Versailles palace outside of Paris. The two are set to discuss Syria and Ukraine, among other issues. The scheduled meeting follows reports of Russian attempts to obstruct the French presidential election against Macron, in favour of his far-right opponent, Marine Le Pen.