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Netherlands bars Turkish ministers as...

Netherlands bars Turkish ministers as...

Europe

Sun, Mar 12 2017

Hundreds of protesters waving Turkish flags gathered outside, demanding to see the minister

UN accuses Turkey of serious abuses...

UN accuses Turkey of serious abuses...

World

Fri, Mar 10 2017

The UN rights office said it had been seeking access to areas affected by the anti-PKK operations for...

5 dead including Russians in Istanbul...

5 dead including Russians in Istanbul...

Europe

Fri, Mar 10 2017

Istanbul governor Vasip Sahin told state-run news agency Anadolu that five people were killed, as Turkish...

Poland threatens to derail EU summit...

Poland threatens to derail EU summit...

Europe

Thu, Mar 9 2017

The Tusk issue nevertheless highlights a growing split between the older, western EU nations led by Germany...

EU tries to contain East-West schism...

EU tries to contain East-West schism...

World

Thu, Mar 9 2017

As Britain hands the European Union its formal notice to quit this month, Brussels is resigned to losing...

Lawmakers defy May for a second time...

Lawmakers defy May for a second time...

World

Thu, Mar 9 2017

Britain’s upper house of parliament voted on Tuesday to give lawmakers more power to reject the final...

Data shows Greek economy stagnated in...

Data shows Greek economy stagnated in...

Europe

Wed, Mar 8 2017

European Commission estimated that the Greek economy would actually register slim growth of 0.3% in...

French Alps avalanche engulfs 'many'...

French Alps avalanche engulfs 'many'...

Europe

Tue, Mar 7 2017

The avalanche hit at about 10am local time (0900 GMT)

EU’s big four meet to seek impetus in...

EU’s big four meet to seek impetus in...

World

Tue, Mar 7 2017

The heads of continental Europe’s biggest economies meet in the gilded splendour of the Palace of Versailles...

Hungarian border guards take selfies...

Hungarian border guards take selfies...

Europe

Sun, Mar 5 2017

Border fence being built as new law considered to strengthen powers against asylum seekers

Theresa May accuses SNP of Scottish...

Theresa May accuses SNP of Scottish...

Europe

Fri, Mar 3 2017

Scots voted against independence in 2014 and opinion polls show that while more people may now vote in...

German School bans Muslim pupils from...

German School bans Muslim pupils from...

Europe

Fri, Mar 3 2017

A high school in the western city of Wuppertal has come under fire after a letter was circulated stating...

France's Le Pen loses EU immunity over...

France's Le Pen loses EU immunity over...

Europe

Thu, Mar 2 2017

The far-right leader faces three-year prison term for 'publishing violent images'

French police sniper accidentally shoots...

French police sniper accidentally shoots...

Europe

Wed, Mar 1 2017

Marksman was positioned on a roof around 100m from the tent where the president was inaugurating a new...

French presidential candidate compares...

French presidential candidate compares...

Europe

Wed, Mar 1 2017

Embattled former Prime Minister Francois Fillon claims 'thugs and enemies of democracy' disrupting campaign...

Panic and confusion among EU nationals...

Panic and confusion among EU nationals...

Europe

Tue, Feb 28 2017

Sylvia Gawron, a Polish national who studied at Dundee University and has just finished a PhD, said:...

London mayor sparks huge row by likening...

London mayor sparks huge row by likening...

Europe

Mon, Feb 27 2017

The Scottish National Party leader says, the Pakistan-origin London mayor's comments are an ‘insult’...

Cressida Dick appointed as first female...

Cressida Dick appointed as first female...

Europe

Fri, Feb 24 2017

She succeeds Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who announced his retirement last year

Pope Francis meets family members of...

Pope Francis meets family members of...

Europe

Fri, Feb 24 2017

Nine victims of the deadly attack were Italians

Danish man charged with blasphemy for...

Danish man charged with blasphemy for...

Europe

Thu, Feb 23 2017

The case is first time Danish prosecutors have charged anyone with blasphemy in 46 years

US could become 'associate member' of...

US could become 'associate member' of...

Europe

Thu, Feb 23 2017

The Royal Commonwealth Society is making plans to open a branch in the United States, with a view to...