Prime Minister Xavier Bettel has admitted wrongdoing after being accused of plagiarism on a massive scale in his postgraduate thesis.
“I’m hoping all of us will get a more open-minded attitude toward drugs," said the nation's health minister.
“If you like immigrants so much, you can welcome them all in Luxembourg."
The tiny European country is betting it all on riches from space.
Multimedia artist Max Mertens’ latest public installation evokes the pure joy of childhood.
Luxembourg’s new law that will allow the country to begin issuing licenses to asteroid mining companies in 2017, giving them legal rights to the materials they harvest in space.
Proposed new animals rights legislation — which states animals are sentient beings with certain rights, who can experience anguish — has been described as the most progressive in the world.
Three men accused of whistleblowing on tax dodging schemes that saved multinational companies millions of dollars could face up to five years in jail and a €1.25 million euro fine.
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“Our aim is to open access to a wealth of previously unexplored mineral resources on lifeless rocks hurling through space, without damaging natural habitats,” the country's government declared on Tuesday.
The fast food giant has shaved off 1 billion euros in corporate EU taxes by routing profits through its lightly-taxed Luxembourg subsidiary, according to a new report.