Vienna meeting Wounded Merkel meets Balkan leaders over migrants

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, stung by several setbacks at the ballot box over her refugees policy, was due in Vienna Saturday for potentially tense talks with the leaders of countries along the Balkan migrant route. More

US Embassy in Luxembourg Local Democrats, Republicans square off in election debate

On Wednesday evening, Republicans and Democrats in Luxembourg had their first round of debates on the US Presidential elections. The panel was deeply divided on issues concerning immigration, race relations and gun control. More

US presidential race Under fire Trump admits Obama is American

After years of fueling conspiracy theories, Republican White House nominee Donald Trump admitted Friday that President Barack Obama is an American as he tried to neutralize damaging charges of racism. More

Bratislava summit EU's Danube cruise almost left high and dry

The EU's leaders met without Britain at a summit in Bratislava on Friday to chart a course for the future--but found their own journey plans scuppered by a lack of water in the River Danube. More

State of the Union speech Juncker vows EU will survive Brexit

European Commission head and former Luxembourg PM, Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday issued a rallying cry for unity after Brexit, saying the EU was not in danger of splitting up but needed to work together. More

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman New York to open inquiry into Trump foundation

New York state's top law enforcement official said Tuesday he has opened an investigation into the Donald J Trump Foundation, citing worries the Republican presidential nominee's charity has been involved in "impropriety." More

Luxembourg's ex-PM Jean-Claude Juncker to urge 'unity' after Brexit

European Commission head and Luxembourg's ex-PM Jean-Claude Juncker will urge the EU to stick together after the trauma of Britain's vote to leave when he delivers a keenly anticipated State of the Union speech on Wednesday. More