On the day Germany announced plans to begin reconnaissance flights in Syria, David Cameron asked parliament to expand Britain's mission. The European Council on Foreign Relations Nick Witney doesn't see much benefit.
Hate mongers in several European countries have been targeting Muslims after the Paris attacks. Experts say there is an urgent need to stop demonizing one religious community and develop strategies for reconciliation.
British Prime Minister David Cameron wants lawmakers to approve airstrikes against 'IS' militants in Syria, reports Samira Shackle from London, and the chances are good that he will get a majority in favor.
The days-old Polish government has wasted no time in making use of its new power. Critics are already worrying that their mandate has been stretched too far.
Cameron is seeking parliamentary support to conduct airstrikes in Syria against "Islamic State" in the wake of terror attacks in Paris. He needs to persuade the opposition Labour Party and his own Conservatives.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in favor of a hospital in France, which had enforced a ban on headscarves at work. The court said the ban did not affect religious freedom.
French President Francois Hollande is headed to Moscow on a quest to seek unity against the "Islamic State" group. The visit comes amid a crisis in diplomatic relations between Russia and France's NATO ally Turkey.
Eighteen months after a European court ruling, the search giant has received 348,000 requests to delete personal information. More than 1.2 million sites have been evaluated for removal.
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