The EU's security landscape is worlds beyond what it was just two years ago.
Europe's press eviscerated Theresa May for Britain's election 'madness.'
Seven other workers living nearby complained of health problems and two were taken to hospital.
"The sovereignty of Gibraltar is unchanged and is not going to change," said Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson.
The Russian delegation had suspended their involvement after disagreements following Moscow's annexation of Crimea in 2014.
The Moldovan president claimed that the country could scrap its deal with the EU.
The president made comments about refugees after the European Parliament voted to stop talks on Turkey's EU accession.
The Russian president said the ban is helping Russian business.
Turkey should not be “fixated” with EU membership, its president said.
Progressives must learn from 1930, when people 'failed to reach across borders and political party lines to stop the rot.'
The country’s insurgent anti-Roma party has been sending its own patrols since the spring.
A ruling in March stipulated that the head of state should be selected by a popular vote.
Around 3,000 migrants have been stranded in Serbia on the way to the EU since July.
Turnout for the vote was lower than the 50 percent threshold for a binding referendum.
The country’s government is at odds with the EU’s refugee policies.
Turkish president said that EU has paid only two million of the promised three billion euros ($3.3 billion).
The Russian president opened the door to reconciliation ahead of a visit to Greece.
The suspension came after deadly clashes between authorities and civilians in 2013.
A senior EU security official said 211 extremist plots were foiled in 2015.
Turkey has warned that even more Syrian refugees may soon arrive seeking asylum.