BrusselsIn an open letter to their future president, Ursula von der Leyen, EU officials said that they regretted the omnipresence of English within the institution.
OttawaCanada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for a photo described as "racist". The timing of the incriminating photo is problematic for Trudeau in his preparation for the 2019 Canadian federal election.
MontpellierA user of public transport in Montpellier, who had insulted agents at the end of May, was sentenced by the Tribunal de Grande Instance of Montpellier.
The number of asylum applications in the EU increased significantly in July. The 62 900 asylum applications for the month represented an increase of 26 percent compared to June, the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) reported. Also, compared to July 2018 (59 375), the numbers have risen.
BudapestHungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Sunday that all decisions leading to the opening of European borders to migrants were regrettable, including the Italian government’s.
The attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil installations could have come from any neighbouring country - Iraq, Yemen, Iran, or even a vessel in the Persian Gulf. The weapons could even have been launched from within a nearby friendly country by clandestine forces.
MünsterAccording to a study by the Institute of Legal Medicine in Münster, a large proportion of underage immigrants have lied about their age.
WillamstownAn American science and technology symposium which will be taking place at Williams College in Massachusetts, will be racially segregated. The leftist brand of "diversity" has become censorship.
MarseilleMarseille experienced a new escalation of violence this weekend, to the "anger" of Senator Samia Ghali. She asked the Minister of the Interior to take action.
FréjusJordan Bardella, Vice-President of the National Gathering, at the meeting of the National Rally, called for a rapprochement between France and Russia, "a major geostrategic power".