It was the deadliest attack since Islamic State’s Egyptian affiliate in 2015 bombed a Russian passenger plane carrying holidaymakers from the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh, killing 224 people.
Luxembourg in 1957 was one of six founding members of what is now the EU.
Suspicions remain in London that the EU will simply bank any new promise from May and then demand more, without agreeing to move talks on to the trade deal that the UK wants.
Edouard Perrin, 46, has summoned PwC Luxembourg before a tribunal in Metz "for the purpose of revoking an order made on request".
Myanmar has agreed to take back hundreds and thousands of Muslim Rohingya refugees who’ve been sheltering in neighbouring Bangladesh, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dhaka said in a statement.
Central banks have been talking a lot about the need for clear communication with the public lately, and they may have a point about how that could improve their standing.
Company also decides to pay employees bonus before Christmas rather than next year after corporate results have been finalised.
Diego Velazquez, the Wort's correspondent in Brussels, speaks with Amanda Paul, Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre, about the Eastern Partnership's raison d'etre. The six Partnership countries – Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Belarus, Azerbaijan and Armenia – meet today in Brussels for their fifth summit.
European Union may include Turkey on blacklist of tax havens as soon as next month in move that could further strain ties between Ankara and world's largest trading bloc.
When Emmerson Mnangagwa takes over from Robert Mugabe as Zimbabwe’s president, he’ll inherit an economic wasteland that will take years and a complete reversal of some of the government’s signature policies to set right.
European Union attempt to streamline complicated relationship with Switzerland may get boost as European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker visits Bern.
The opening of Luxembourg City’s ice rink "Knuedler on Ice" on Wednesday marked the start of the Christmas events season in the capital.
German voters handed Angela Merkel a victory in September’s election, but they might be about to get her opponents’ policies.
Ukraine’s economy is set for a shot in the arm as politicians desperate to boost lowly ratings revamp a road system that’s been decaying since the Soviet collapse a quarter-century ago.
Mladic, 74, was found guilty of issuing orders concerning operations around the Bosnian town of Srebrenica in July, 1995, where 8,000 Muslim men and boys were separated from women and children, murdered, and buried in mass graves.
Luxembourg's multi-cultural population will come into its own this weekend when the International Bazaar returns for two days of food, friendship and fundraising. The English Wort lists its top 10 pointers for making the most of this event.
London Grammar is set to play at Rockhal on Wednesday and guitarist Dan Rothman spoke to Sam Steen in an exclusive interview about their latest album 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing' ahead of the show.
The European Banking Authority and the European Medicines Agency will leave London and relocate, respectively, to Paris and Amsterdam. There was the usual ferocious lobbying, but ultimately the choice was open and transparent; it just wasn't particularly clever.
Scandinavian industry has long complained about shortages. Now, it has an ally. Hays, a recruiting specialist, has published its latest annual report into supply and demand for skilled workers in 33 major economies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party is betting on a revived alliance with the Social Democrats to dodge the risk of new elections, according to people familiar with discussions in Berlin.