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Turkey Puts Nearly 500 People

  Turkey put nearly 500 people on trial Tuesday on charges of leading last year's failed coup, parading dozens of the men into a courthouse as protesters

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Posted On: 02 Aug 2017

Trump dictated misleading stat

  U.S. President Donald Trump dictated a statement, later shown to be misleading, in which his son Donald Trump Jr. said a meeting he had with a Russian l

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Posted On: 01 Aug 2017

Romanian official: Russian dep

FILE - This is a Tuesday, April 5, 2016 file photo of Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin attends a meeting of a committee on preparations for V

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Posted On: 01 Aug 2017

Police disrupt plot in Austral

  Australian police disrupted a plot to bring down an airplane and arrested four men in raids on homes in several Sydney suburbs, the prime minister said

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Posted On: 30 Jul 2017

Hungary's leader: EU and Soros

  European Union leaders and Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros are seeking a "new, mixed, Muslimized Europe," Hungary's anti-migration prime min

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Posted On: 22 Jul 2017

EU closer to sanctions on Pola

  The European Union is coming closer to imposing sanctions on Poland for the government's controversial attempt to take control of the judiciary, a senio

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Posted On: 20 Jul 2017

Britain and the E.U. Have Star

  Talks to extricate Britain from the European Union began in earnest Monday with both sides still seemingly far apart on citizens' rights after Brexit of

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Posted On: 18 Jul 2017

City of London warns France 'i

  France is plotting to exploit Brexit in a bid to weaken London’s booming financial sector, a senior City of London spokesman has claimed in a

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Posted On: 16 Jul 2017

Thousands flee wildfires burni

The full moon rises over flames of the Alamo fire on a hilltop off Highway 166 east of Santa Maria, California [Reuters]   Thousands forced to evacuate a

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Posted On: 10 Jul 2017

Fire breaks out in London's Ca

London Fire Brigade says more than 70 firefighters called in to tackle the blaze in north London. Dozens of firefighters poured water onto a big fire at Camden

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Posted On: 10 Jul 2017

March for ‘justice’ by Erd

  The midday sun was roasting, their limbs were aching, and the protesters, from Turkey’s largest opposition party, still had 125 miles to march bef

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Posted On: 05 Jul 2017

Europeans Vow More Help to St

  France, Germany and the European Union pledged more money Monday for Libya's coast guard and more support for Italy to cope with a surge of migrant ar

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Posted On: 03 Jul 2017

EU Court Sentences 8 weeks Ol

  A European Human Rights Court has given its verdict on a case of human rights that will compel a couple to allow their sick baby to die.   The pa

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Posted On: 01 Jul 2017

'Fair' or 'vague'? EU sizes up

  Theresa May said her offer to guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in Britain after Brexit was "very fair and very serious", but her EU peers were

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Posted On: 23 Jun 2017

EU Refugee Crisis: Human Right

  As people around the globe marked World Refugee Day Tuesday the all too familiar news came that at least 120 people had drowned off the coast of Liby

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Posted On: 23 Jun 2017

Scotland could block Brexit af

  Prime Minister says there is a 'possibility' MSPs will get a say on Repeal Bill.   Theresa May has signalled she may need to seek the appr

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Posted On: 21 Jun 2017

Emmanuel Macron Built a Revolu

  Emmanuel Macron sealed an astonishing victory in the French Presidential Election with a crushing defeat of his rivals in parliamentary elections on Sun

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Posted On: 19 Jun 2017

Britain seeks 'special' EU tie

  Brexit Secretary David Davis arrived in Brussels on Monday to launch talks he hoped would produce a "new, deep and special partnership" with the EU in t

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Posted On: 19 Jun 2017

UK police: 58 presumed dead in

  Anger is rising against British authorities over safety failings and a widely perceived slow release of information.   Fifty-eight people who wer

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Posted On: 17 Jun 2017

May to try to form government

  British Prime Minister Theresa May will ask Queen Elizabeth for permission to form a government on Friday after an election debacle that saw her Conserv

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Posted On: 09 Jun 2017

The United Kingdom Goes to the

  The United Kingdom voted Thursday in a general election that will determine the country’s bearing as it prepares to leave the European Union. &nb

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Posted On: 08 Jun 2017

Rude Britannia: Mysterious eff

  A giant scaffold bearing the image of British Prime Minister Theresa May appeared on the cliffs of Dover on Monday, complete with a Union Flag skirt and

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Posted On: 05 Jun 2017

Germany will have to pull its

  Germany has no choice but to pull its troops out of the key Turkish airbase of Incirlik, after failing to reach agreement with Ankara on visits by polit

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Posted On: 05 Jun 2017

Theresa May is in denial about

  Brexit is the most important single development in British foreign policy since declaring war on Germany in 1939. It is also arguably the worst unforced

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Posted On: 03 Jun 2017

Europe Leaders React Angrily t

Miguel Arias Canete, EU climate change commissioner, speaks to reporters at EU headquarters in Brussels, Canete says President Donald Trump's decision on pullin

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Posted On: 02 Jun 2017

Theresa May: Brussels must pay

  Brussels must pay its own Brexit bill of billions of pounds for Britain's share of the European Investment Bank and other joint projects, Theresa May ha

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Posted On: 21 May 2017