The EU's top court has ruled that a law requiring refugees to seek asylum in the first country they reach applies even in exceptional circumstances.
Austria is too small a sample from which to tell if the populist tide is abating, with Europe still faces pivotal elections next year in France and Germany, as well as the possibility of a snap election in Italy.
Austria's interior minister threatened on Wednesday to sue Hungary if it refused to take back migrants who had crossed their shared border, as political tensions mounted over immigration before presidential elections.
Italy and Austria agreed on common terms in order to avoid closure of the Brenner Pass border, Italian Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said Thursday.
Austrian Minister of the Interior Johanna Mikl-Leitner on Monday stated that in her view Austria will limit the number of asylum seekers accepted in 2016 to a fixed 37,500.
Tougher German border controls have led to a huge increase in the number of migrants stuck in Austria awaiting onward travel, an allegedly confidential document from the Austrian federal government claimed.
Ya Ya, a female giant panda who has been at the Memphis Zoo for 20 years, left the the U.S. state of Tennessee on April 26 local time and will arrive Shanghai, China on
A two percent net decrease in current employment, or 14 million jobs, will happen in the next five years, according to a survey of employers published on Monday by the
On Saturday, gathering at the Senda Park in central Hiroshima, Japan, people from the U.S., the Philippines and South Korea joined local demonstrators and held banners
The U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) raised interest rates by 25 basis points to between 5 percent and 5.25 percent on May 3rd, which is the tenth increase since March last y
Opposition parties are leading in Sunday's Thai general election, according to preliminary results released by the electoral body.The two major opposition parties, the
Mexican president asked his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden to stop the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) from funding groups hostile to his governm
Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Cai Qi held talks with Roberto Morales Ojeda, member of the Political Bureau and secretary of organization of the Communi
China will double down on efforts to stabilize and expand investment in the manufacturing sector, according to Meng Wei, spokesperson for the National Development and R
The G7 summit starts on May 19 in Hiroshima, Japan. Recently, U.S. President Joe Biden announced that there would be investment curbs proposed to the G7 against China.
U.S. President Joe Biden has rejected Republicans' demands for spending cuts in negotiations to avoid a U.S. debt default as "unacceptable." The Treasury Department is
Author: Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan, Founding Chair GSRRA, Sinologist (ex-Diplomat), Editor, Analyst, and Non-Resident Fellow of CCG (Center for China and Globalizatio
Recent bank failures in the U.S. are combining with the Fed's continued rate hikes to cause volatility in the country's financial sector. That's according to leading ec
Pita Limjaroenrat, leader of Thailand's Move Forward Party, on Monday declared victory in the country's general election and said he is ready to be the country's next p
Sen. Dianne Feinstein returned to her seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, aiding in advancing President Joe Biden's stalled judicial nominees as questio
Some 25,000 Japanese people rallied on Wednesday in Tokyo, calling for peace and protection of Japan's Constitution, including the war-renouncing Article 9, as the coun
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad cemented his return to the Arab League (AL) Tuesday when leading Middle Eastern power Saudi Arabia, which long supported Syria's oppos
Demonstrations went on in New York City on Saturday, five days after 30-year-old black man Jordan Neely was allegedly choked to death by 24-year-old white U.S. marine v
Finance leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations warn about the U.S. debt crisis and urge caution amid mounting global economic uncertainty in a three-day meeting end
President Tayyip Erdogan led in the first round of Türkiye's most pivotal election in decades on Monday, but failed to secure the 50 percent threshold needed to avoid a