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Former US ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns ripped into Trump for suggesting immigrants are threatening Europe's "culture."

Former US ambassador to NATO: Trump’s claim immigrants are changing the UK’s culture is ‘code word for white supremacists’

Former US ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns on Friday slammed President Donald Trump for claiming immigrants are a threat to Europe "culture" as he visits the United Kingdom.
President Donald Trump walks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Brussels.

Trump ended NATO summit by showing up late and blowing off meetings with 2 world leaders

President Donald Trump scrambled on the last day of the NATO summit in Brussels, skipping meetings with at least two world leaders and prompting an emergency meeting.

It’s been 78 years since the Battle of Britain — here are 14 photos of the Nazi onslaught in the skies of England

Nazi fighters and bombers and the RAF swarmed each other in the skies over Britain in the summer and fall of 1940, but Hitler's forces were ultimately rebuffed.
The Range Rover Sport Dynamic, a Jaguar Land Rover car.

Jaguar Land Rover says 40,000 UK jobs and £80 billion of investment are threatened by a ‘bad Brexit’

Jaguar Land Rover is Britain's biggest car manufacturer and exporter. One in three cars sent overseas by the UK are Jaguars or Land Rovers and 80% of the 621,000 cars it sold in 2017 were sold internationally. 20% went to Europe.
Polish soldiers use an anti-aircraft cannon to simulate engaging enemy aircraft during a multinational exercise as part of Saber Strike 18 in Poland, June 14, 2018.

NATO troops on the front line with Russia are taking new steps to protect against electronic attacks

NATO forces in Eastern Europe are taking new steps to prepare for electronic warfare, a sign of the growing threat posed by cyberattacks amid heightened tensions between Russia and NATO.
President Donald Trump takes a sip of water while listening to Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven during a news conference at the White House, March 6, 2018.

Trump reportedly is joking about pulling the US military out of NATO, and no allies are laughing

NATO officials are also worried by Trump's criticism of allies and what seems to be the increasing isolation of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who has been one of the administration's leading proponents of the world's foremost military alliance.
A passage to the sea in Rovinj, Croatia a fishing port known for its pastel-coloured townhouses and sweet swimming spots.

The 19 coolest places for a European holiday in 2018, according to travel experts

As summer kicks off, Business Insider asked friends, colleagues, as well as some of the world's top travel experts for their favourite, most overlooked European destinations — and they can all be seen in a long weekend.
Protesters entered Macedonia's parliament after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje, Macedonia on April 27, 2017.

Macedonia’s president said he will not accept his country’s name change

Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov said he would not support a name change reached between his country's prime minister and Greece. The new name will now have to be approved by Macedonians via a referendum as well as by both countries' parliaments, and would require the president's signature.
Presidential Guard performs changing guards during a massive rally February 4, 2018 in Athens, Greece.

Macedonia agrees to change its name and end its 27-year beef with Greece

Macedonia and Greece reached an agreement on Tuesday to end a 27-year feud surrounding the Balkan country's name. The move hopes to appease Greece, which opposes the republic's use of Macedonia as it sees it as implication to territorial claims over Greece's northern region of Macedonia.
Italy's Prime Minister-designate Giuseppe Conte talks to the media at the Quirinal Palace in Rome, Italy, May 31, 2018.

Italy finally agreed on a government, ending months of political deadlock

Giuseppe Conte will be sworn in as prime minister on Friday, after months without a government. A government coalition was finally reached in Italy, ending a months-long stalemate that seemed to be headed towards a snap election.