The Berlin Wall in five key moments
(London) Boris Johnson on Wednesday called for starting "as soon as possible" negotiations on the UK's relationship with the European Union after Brexit to find an agreement by the end of the year, a deadline deemed too short by Brussels to settle all matters.
(Roissy Airport and Abidjan) He hid on Tuesday in the landing gear of an Air France Boeing & nbsp; 777 connecting Abidjan to Paris: the body of a young boy was found Wednesday at dawn at the Parisian airport of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle.
(London) Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have decided to give up their leading role in the British royal family to settle for part of the year in North America, a shocking decision that offended the palace from Buckingham.
(Brussels) European Minister of Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell on Tuesday condemned Turkey's "interference" in the Libya conflict after a meeting in Brussels with French foreign ministers , Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.
(London) Brexit’s final countdown began on Tuesday, with the resumption of debates in the British Parliament on the law which will ratify the exit from the European Union on January 31, after more than three and a half years of psychodrama.
(Rome) A young woman seriously injured in a road accident in northern Italy on Sunday died of her injuries Monday raising the death toll to seven dead, including at least six of German nationality, announced the media.
(Zagreb) A former social democratic prime minister advocating a tolerant Croatia willing to turn the page on past wars won the presidential election Sunday before the outgoing conservative, who failed to seduce the radical right.
(Strasbourg) A man suspected of Islamism and known to have psychological disorders was injured on Sunday by police officers who he threatened with a knife, shouting "& nbsp; Allah Akbar & nbsp;! & Nbsp;" in a street in Metz, a city in northeastern France, we learned from concordant sources.
(Paris) It is too early to say if Notre-Dame de Paris is saved and no choice has yet been made for the reconstruction of the frame and the spire, said Sunday General Jean-Louis Georgelin, in charge of piloting the restoration of the cathedral ravaged by fire in April.
(Rome) Six young Germans died, mowed by a drunk driver, and 11 & nbsp; others were injured, two of them very seriously, leaving a nightclub in a mountain town in the north of Italy, close to the Austrian border.
(Paris) Anti-terrorist justice seized on Saturday the investigation into the knife attack that left one dead and two injured the day before near Paris after establishing the "radicalization" of the assailant, a young man a man who had converted to Islam.
(Paris) Several thousand people demonstrated in Paris on Saturday on the call of several unions to demand the withdrawal of a government pension reform plan, an AFP journalist reported. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
(Brussels) A Belgian judge has decided to suspend the procedure he had initiated for the surrender to Spain of the Catalan independence leader Carles Puigdemont, believing that the latter enjoys immunity as an MEP, a lawyer announced on Thursday of the former Catalan president.
(Vienna) After the failure of its alliance with the far right, the Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz returns to power in tandem with the Greens and promises to reconcile "the best of both worlds" by "protecting the borders" and the climate & nbsp; ”.
(Berlin) Caused by flying lanterns, the fire in a zoo in Germany, which killed dozens of monkeys, revives the debate on the Germans' passion for firecrackers and New Year's fireworks.