Even when populist parties aren’t in the majority, they’ve found a way to make fast progress on their defining issue.
Removing citizenship not the ‘right or compassionate thing to do,’ says Irish leader.
A minute’s silence for a deceased fan at a fourth-division football match is causing controversy in the German state of Saxony and beyond. The fan in question was a well-known hooligan and far-right activist.
The European Commission has commemorated the 15th European Day of Remembrance for the victims of terrorism.
Like other cults, Isis targets young people, it indoctrinates and desensitises them. It’s a process, not a lifestyle choice.
Some of his fellow fighters knew him simply as ‘Red Beard’ because of his whiskery facial hair.
Of all the challenges faced by people who’ve been displaced, perhaps none is more important than to find new meaning in their lives.
President Barham Salih says foreign ISIL fighters ‘will be tried’ under Iraqi law, Abu-Dhabi based newspaper reports.
RAF says 4,315 Isis fighters were killed or injured in airstrikes and just one civilian.
Nearly 11 days after peace negotiations between the United States and the Taliban began with high hopes, it has become clear that any resolution to the 18-year war could be frustratingly slow.