These leaders are unabashed about the superiority of their unique cultural and national heritages over the Brussels-based European Union siren song.
Russian Foreign Ministry ambassadors ordered three diplomats from Slovakia, two from Lithuania, and one each from Estonia and Latvia to depart Russia in a week.
Russia asked Slovakia on Thursday to return its Sputnik V vaccine supply "due to multiple contract violations."
As sparks fly, the car is launched into the air, hits the top of the tunnel and flips 360 degrees before finally coming to a stop.
The journalist was working on a story linking officials close to Prime Minister Robert Fico to an Italian businessman with ties to the 'Ndrangheta syndicate.
The Zapad drill on Europe's borders could include almost 10 times the permitted number of troops, provoking fears among NATO members.
Robert Fico got angry at journalists asking about public procurement corruption allegations.
The country's insurgent anti-Roma party has been sending its own patrols since the spring.
Alan Shearer said England was now a 'laughing stock.'
May rebuffed criticism from Slovakian PM Robert Fico.
Robert Fico says the EU won't give in to U.K.'s demands.
There are 1 million Americans of Ukrainian descent in Philadelphia, Detroit and Cleveland, critical places that Trump will need to win.
Nearly a million Russians are calling for dissolving the team for good.
England finish runner-up in group B after Wales' victory against Russia.
A win would ensure England wins group B at the European Championships.
Skrtel is set to play against his Liverpool teammate at Euro 2016 on Monday.
The right-wing groups are a minority of Russia's supporters but are a big problem.
England tops group B after late Daniel Sturridge goal secures victory.
Alexander Shprygin is among 20 fans set to be sent home from Euro 2016.
The midfielder joked with his Arsenal teammates about playing at Euro 2016.
Electorates across Europe must note history, writes the president of the European Jewish Congress.
Right-wing parties in central and eastern Europe are winning elections—and using their new power to undermine national institutions.