Missing boy Ilias (12) found healthy and well, uncle arrested on suspicion of kidnapping
The public prosecutor's office confirms this to VRT NWS.
Barbados to remove Queen as head of state next year
Barbados has announced its intention to remove the Queen as its head of state and become a republic next year.
Von der Leyen to Unveil Plan for Migration Policy Overhaul After Moria Camp Fire
BRUSSELS (Sputnik), Luc Rivet - Following years of unsuccessful attempts to find a consensus on tackling the migration time bomb, the European Union's executive arm is finally set to unveil a plan for policy overhaul on 23 September after being spurred into action by the devastating Moria camp fire that left some 12,000 migrants without shelter.
US competition authority is preparing case against Facebook
The US competition authority is preparing a case against tech giant and social media company Facebook, an insider said. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) would have been targeting Facebook for a year.
ByteDance turns TikTok into an American company
The Chinese company ByteDance wants to house its social media app TikTok in a separate company based in the United States. The American software company Oracle will acquire a minority stake in the new company, writes the British business newspaper Financial Times based on insiders.
Bronze statue of US first lady is unveiled in Slovenia
A bronze statue representing U.S. first lady Melania Trump was unveiled Tuesday in her native Slovenia to replace a wooden one that was set on fire in July.
Navalni from hospital: "I can breathe independently again"
The Russian opponent Alexei Navalni says that he is improving. "Yesterday I didn't need any help to breathe," he says via Instagram. The accompanying photo also shows that he is off ventilation.
Dutch king warns of severe economic downturn: "Unprecedented in peacetime"
The Netherlands must brace itself for the consequences of a severe economic downturn caused by the corona crisis. "All recent figures are unseen in peacetime," King Willem-Alexander said on Tuesday in his traditional speech from the throne on "Prinsjesdag", the opening of the parliamentary year at our northern neighbors. Due to the corona virus, it went very differently than normal.
Polish prime minister has "shamelessly" broken the law, court ruled
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has "blatantly" broken the law when he ordered the Polish postal company to prepare for a postal vote in anticipation of the country's presidential elections. He was not competent for this, a judge in Warsaw ruled on Tuesday.
Greek police detain five people over fire in Moria camp
Greek police have detained five people over the fire which burnt the Moria camp to the ground last week, a senior police official said.