InnsbruckThe fact that many taxis in the Austrian city do not transport dogs is not about religion, but for "legal and security reasons", says an Innsbruck taxi driver.
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Maxime Nicolle, a leading figure of the Yellow Vest citizen movement, is said to have become a victim of "moral harassment" and "public defamation" on social networks.
The EU’s asylum agency, the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), revealed that from January 1 to the end of June, some 305 000 migrants applied for asylum in the EU, a ten percent increase from the same period in 2018.
Saint-RaphaëlFrench President Emmanuel Macron has paid tribute to the African soldiers who gave their lives for France and called the mayors of France to rename streets in their memory.
According to data compiled by the World Health Organisation, 40 percent of the world is still living without basic sanitation, mostly in Africa and Southern Asia.
BerlinChancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) has demanded the resumption of state reception of immigrants in the Mediterranean... with taxpayer funds.
The crossing of the Atlantic undertaken by the young climate activist Greta Thunberg has ultimately not been so "eco-friendly". On the contrary...
BiedenkopfIn the Hessian spa town of Biedenkopf a folk festival is under attack for being "racist".
ParisThe militarisation of space is being intensified, as an area of growing strategic importance, given that the main arms systems, beginning with nuclear weapons, depend on spatial systems.