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The country's newly re-elected coalition government has promised to lift fares on public trains, trams and buses by summer 2019.
The frightened feline got more than it bargained for.
A spokesperson said the omission was likely an "oversight." Others called it "homophobic."
Gauthier Destenay is married to the world's only openly gay prime minister.
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What have the UK government, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Swiss justice system got in common? From the evidence
Luckily when I had visited Luxembourg during my interview, I had seen enough dogs on the bus, trains, and in the stores to know that the general atmosphere appeared to be pet friendly, but it was at that moment that it occurred to me that I would be completely starting over to build up my web of pet references, resources and referrals.
8. Transnational organized crime networks. Now is the defining moment to begin dismantling offshore structures and deliver
BRUSSELS - EU state aid regulators aim to rule on Amazon's (AMZN.O) tax deal with Luxembourg by July, two people familiar
The fact is that making fortunes in Canada, then taking them offshore to never pay taxes again, is a well-worn Canadian tradition. It's all very legal. But morality is another matter.
The choreography of love starts, when you firmly put your hand in your partner's hand. The real choreography continues, when you respect your partner's moves, your moves are always gentle.
Ever think of moving abroad? Leaving your whole life behind for an island paradise or a vibrant city halfway around the world might sound like a dream, but for millions of expatriates, life abroad is a reality.
Despite the lamentable fact that I couldn't sell skis in Vermont during the winter, or surfboards in Hawaii during the summer, or even beer to castaways on a desert island, mainly because I would have consumed it myself, I recently got a job as a salesman.
The gratitude expressed by Roger Feller to the World War II allies, especially Americans, who fought so hard and sacrificed so much to liberate his homeland and all of Europe, is a common and frequent phenomenon in Europe, especially among those of Feller's generation.
Around summer time, many Americans look forward to a week off from work where they can unwind and spend time with their families. Yet, the reality of taking a vacation while employed is that one in four U.S. workers don't receive paid time off.
Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Xavier Bettel married his boyfriend last week, making him the first serving leader in the EU to wed a same-sex partner. Roby Antony joins HuffPost Live to discuss that, and what it is like to be gay in Luxembourg.