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Sun, Dec 11 2016

Serbian chocolate bars offered to small children by Croatia's president have left a bad taste in the...

Four people killed in a cargo train...

Four people killed in a cargo train...

World

Sat, Dec 10 2016

Four people were killed and another 25 were injured after a cargo train derailed and exploded in the...

EU turns 25, Chief warns against going...

EU turns 25, Chief warns against going...

Europe

Fri, Dec 9 2016

Juncker rebuked EU members that had broken the spirit of European unity during the migration crisis last...

'You want to remain EU citizen? Let...

'You want to remain EU citizen? Let...

Europe

Fri, Dec 9 2016

EU negotiators will offer Brits an individual opt-in to remain EU citizens, chief negotiator...

Dutch anti-Islam politician found guilty...

Dutch anti-Islam politician found guilty...

Europe

Fri, Dec 9 2016

Before declaring Wilders guilty, Judge Steenhuis stressed that freedom of speech was not on trial as...

British PM challenges lawmakers to back...

British PM challenges lawmakers to back...

Europe

Thu, Dec 8 2016

Lawmakers voted 461 in favour of the amendment, backing May’s timeline to trigger the divorce negotiations...

Matteo Renzi leaves a convalescent...

Matteo Renzi leaves a convalescent...

Europe

Thu, Dec 8 2016

After 1,000 days of Renzi’s government, gross domestic product rose 1.6% and household consumption by...

France’s Le Pen calls for end of education...

France’s Le Pen calls for end of education...

Europe

Thu, Dec 8 2016

The leader of the National Front (FN) is forecast by opinion polls to finish second in next year’s presidential...

Danish MP suggests shooting at boats...

Danish MP suggests shooting at boats...

World

Thu, Dec 8 2016

Party spokesman Soren Sondergaard told Reuters that shooting at refugees is not the official party...

House of Commons to back triggering...

House of Commons to back triggering...

Europe

Wed, Dec 7 2016

If the government loses, the House of Commons lower chamber could in theory block Brexit, because a majority...

How populism could shake up Europe

How populism could shake up Europe

Europe

Wed, Dec 7 2016

The race had appeared close, but on Sunday Hofer conceded to left-wing independent Alexander Van der...

Brexit case in Britain's Supreme Court:...

Brexit case in Britain's Supreme Court:...

World

Tue, Dec 6 2016

The Supreme Court currently has 11 justices who are selected by an independent commission and must have...

French PM quits, interior minister appointed...

French PM quits, interior minister appointed...

Europe

Tue, Dec 6 2016

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve was appointed as the country's new prime minister on Tuesday...

Italian PM Renzi to resign after referendum...

Italian PM Renzi to resign after referendum...

World

Tue, Dec 6 2016

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced on Monday that he would resign after suffering a resounding...

Austrians’ pro-EU views scupper far-right...

Austrians’ pro-EU views scupper far-right...

Europe

Mon, Dec 5 2016

Austria’s economy is closely integrated with the rest of the EU, the destination last year of about 70%...

Europe suffers Italian blow but bigger...

Europe suffers Italian blow but bigger...

Europe

Mon, Dec 5 2016

In one fell swoop, it adds another country to the list of EU members that are likely to be pre-occupied...

Can Britain's EU divorce be reversed...

Can Britain's EU divorce be reversed...

Europe

Mon, Dec 5 2016

Britain's Supreme Court began hearing a landmark case Monday that will decide who has the power to trigger...

'Butcher of Bosnia' Mladic back in court...

'Butcher of Bosnia' Mladic back in court...

Europe

Mon, Dec 5 2016

Mladic has denied war crimes and crimes against humanity for his role in the bloody 1992-95 Bosnian conflict...

Far right has second chance in Austrian...

Far right has second chance in Austrian...

World

Sun, Dec 4 2016

When Norbert Hofer of the anti-immigration Freedom Party (FPO) narrowly lost the original run-off in...

Europe holds its breath as Italy votes...

Europe holds its breath as Italy votes...

Europe

Sun, Dec 4 2016

Critics say Italy will have been deprived of democratic checks and balances put in place in the aftermath...

Brexit chaos could change the political...

Brexit chaos could change the political...

Europe

Sun, Dec 4 2016

The Liberal Democrat victory in the Richmond Park byelection could be just the first of many electoral...