Castle Journal - Europe

By:Nadeemy Haded Scottish Finance Minister Derek MacKay was forced to resign from his post after a newspaper revealed that he was receiving a boy through suggestive messages. Britain's Guardian newspaper reported Thursday that the ruling National Party in Scotland has suspended MacKay's membership. The resignation came after a local
By: Nadeemy Haded On Monday, the grandson of Britain's Prince Harry expressed his grief over having to give up his royal duties, and blamed the journalists, who "desecrated his life from birth", as he described it, for making this decision. Harry, in his speech to the charity Foundation Sentipel,
By: Nadeemy Haded German media said on Saturday that the European Union will stop 75 percent of the aid offered by the bloc to Turkey, due to the excavations carried out by Ankara in the eastern Mediterranean, and its military intervention in Syria. And according to what the Turkish
By: Nadeemy Haded Britain's Queen Elizabeth II summoned her grandson, Prince Harry, to a crisis meeting to discuss arrangements for him and his wife, Megan, after the couple announced that they would give up their royal duties. A source at Buckingham Palace said that the meeting will be held
By: Nadeemy Haded Today, Croatian voters vote in a second round of the presidential elections, whose results cannot be predicted due to the intense competition between the two candidates who reached the second round. The outgoing conservative president, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovich, who is seeking the support of the right-wing nationalist
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