The fishing rights that come with a country home can often add to the property’s appeal, and the price.
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Ihor Kolomoisky may be Ukraine’s most powerful businessman. With the impeachment spectacle rattling Kiev, he says it is time to give up on the West and rebuild ties with Moscow.
Thirty years after Germany’s unification, nearly 500 readers shared with us what it means to be German.
Many Britons — and Americans — have grown so stubbornly devoted to a single point that they are happily forgetting everything they once stood for.
At a time when the British royals have never seemed more anachronistic, Peter Morgan has shown viewers why it isn’t easy being queen.
The rules governing houseboats are strict and “lots” are hard to find, but the views of the canals make it worth the effort.
Plans to put a billion-dollar development in the middle of nowhere point to the revived fortunes of Ihor Kolomoisky, a patron of Ukraine’s new president.
The prime minister’s early appearances on “Have I Got News For You,” a comedy show, helped endear him to the British public.
Folsom Europe, a five-day festival of concerts and street parties, celebrates gay life, the leather scene and hard-won freedoms in Berlin.
The purchase of a sultan’s opulent summer home in Istanbul requires not only a large fortune but also the right connections.
“The Lying Life of Adults,” by the Italian novelist who wrote “My Brilliant Friend,” is coming out in June.
It was the first time a summit of bishops convened by a pope has endorsed such a historic change to the tradition of a celibate priesthood. The final decision will be up to the pope.
The Hungarian prime minister has created what critics call a semi-autocracy at the heart of democratic Europe. But he has largely ignored his country’s health care system.
Each of our Dispatches so far has offered a unique take on an often fleeting moment in a highly particular place. But common themes like sex and migration have emerged, too.
Four architects brought Japanese and French design to a Mediterranean climate. The end result includes spacious balconies, sea views and a rooftop bar.
Like Greta Thunberg, Rezo, a German YouTuber, is symbolic of a younger generation finding ways to make itself heard by its peers and the establishment.
Showing unusual flexibility but keeping its red lines, Brussels agreed to a quick Brexit deal with Boris Johnson, and hopes he can pass it at home.
Rooted in the idealization of the land and French identity, the National Rally’s approach focuses on the local and dovetails with its push to strengthen borders.
An Italian court threw out a last-minute appeal to halt the drawing from leaving Italy. Critics fear it is too fragile to travel.
Earlier sanctions had already all but blocked Turkish steel makers from America. But tariffs could have a psychological effect.