- Daily Brief
- August 28, 2017
Vladimir Putin will attend today’s opening ceremonies of the World Judo Championships in Budapest. While the black belt president enjoys
At French President Emmanuel Macron’s invitation, the leaders of Germany, Italy, Spain, Niger, Chad and Libya convene in Paris today.
Today, Vladimir Putin will visit Abkhazia, a Georgian breakaway territory occupied by Russian forces since the Russian-Georgian war, exactly 9
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias arrives in Cyprus today after reunification talks between the Greek south and Turkish north collapsed earlier this
Today, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will be in Kiev to celebrate 20 years since Ukraine established formal relations with the
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) politician Armin Laschet will be confirmed as premier of North Rhine-Westphalia today. Mr Laschet’s impending election
The Association of British Insurers meets today to discuss how Brexit will impact their business. Conference speakers include the First
Albania’s Socialist PM Edi Rama will seek a second term today as the country votes in a parliamentary election that’s
Italians will vote in local election runoffs today, choosing between the top two finishers from June 11’s first round. Most
Germany’s Social Democratic Party will unveil its manifesto for September’s election during its party conference today. After crushing defeats in
EU trade sanctions on Crimea were originally set to expire on Friday. Earlier this week, the sanctions, which block all
As the leaders of the European Union meet in Brussels today, impeding Brexit negotiations are sure to dominate the agenda.