Fabio Jakobsen spent several hours in surgery and a comatose condition.
Emergency aid lands in Lebanon as world offers support
Jakobsen in coma after Tour of Poland crash branded 'criminal act'
Virus highlights plight of Europe's migrant farm hands
Multiple Polish communities were denied funding from the EU's "town twinning" program that promotes relations between communities in different member countries.
Holocaust survivors urge Facebook to remove genocide denial posts
The new effort will utilize the social media platform to convey their message.
President Trump long has complained Germany does not contribute enough of its gross domestic product to the NATO budget.
JPMorgan has already made similar commitments
Journalists resign from Hungary news site en masse
Bruno Dey was convicted of more than 5,000 counts of serving as an accessory to murder during his time serving as a guard at the camp in the latter days of World War II.
Ex-Nazi camp guard, 93, gets two-year suspended sentence
Court verdict due in trial of ex-Nazi camp guard, 93
Renewables now EU's biggest source of electricity: study
'We don't want that time to be reborn': Witness in SS guard's trial speaks out
EU leaders agree to link funds to rule of law