16:04 Sweden may abandon neutrality amid fear of Russian aggression
Sweden's 200-year-old military neutrality has been eroding amid European integration and threat from Russia, according to The Los Angeles Times.
7:33 Linas Linkevicius: Lukashenka said himself he was latest dictator of Europe 11
The policy of the European Union towards the Belarusian regime hasn't changed.
21:01 Budapest migrant standoff enters second night photo video 2
Hundreds of migrants are in a standoff with police for a second night outside a Budapest railway station.
16:21 Greece: Tsipras resigns, calls early elections
Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned on Thursday and called an early election hoping to strengthen his hold on power after seven months in office in which he fought Greece's creditors for a better bailout deal but had to cave in.
8:27 Vice-President of the European Parliament: SWIFT cutout needed in Russia 8
In this case the aggressor will lose 5% of GDP in a year.
12:06 NATO jets intercept Russian military aircraft near Latvia
NATO air jets have intercepted a Russian military aircraft above the Baltic Sea near Latvia border.
12:45 Russians and Greeks most ineffective workers
Russians work the second-longest hours in Europe after Greece.
9:53 Linkevičius: Escalation in Donbas is a clear signal for opponents of sanctions against Russia 1
Lithuanian Foreign Minister drew attention to the recent events that took place in the Donbas.
7:48 Greece agrees with creditors for third bailout
Greece and its international creditors, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the EU, reached a multi-billion-euro deal for a third bailout on Tuesday night after marathon talks through the night, according to Reuters.