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Marine Le Pen will have few friends in France’s new Parliament

She becomes a deputy, but her far-right National Front takes only eight of 577 seats.

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U.S. risks further battles as it steps deeper into Syrian quagmire 

Tensions soar in 24-hour period that sees U.S. shoot down Syrian jet and Iranian strikes against ISIS in Syria.

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Driver dies after ramming car into police vehicle on Champs-Elysees in probable terrorist attack

Police said that the attacker — 31 and from the Paris suburb of Argenteuil — was known to French authorities.

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Terror in London seems to confirm Muslims’ growing dread

The driver reportedly said, “I want to kill more Muslims,” after residents stopped him from fleeing.

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A neighborhood accused of terrorist ties has become a victim of terrorism

Finsbury Park has changed, but it can’t shake its perceived ties to extremism.

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Church of England ‘Colluded’ With Bishop to Hide Sex Abuse, Report Says

A new report accuses a former archbishop of Canterbury of helping a former bishop, Peter Ball, cover up his assaults on young men and boys over a 15-year period.

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No Swimming! Rome Braces for Summer of Tourists at Its Fountains

Already this year, stiff fines have failed to stop fountain-bathing in warm weather, and now the police who protect the Trevi Fountain, backed by a strict ordinance, have more officers on duty.

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Grenfell Tower fire: Hundreds of other high-rises under threat

The British government has estimated that 600 high-rise buildings across England may be covered in cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower, the 24-story apartment block that was gutted by a huge fire in west London last week.

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Europe Dismantles Ukraine’s ‘Paper Curtain’

By waiving visa requirements, European countries opened the door to 45 million potential vacationers, though few Ukrainians can afford to travel ...

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After London Fire, Cladding on 600 High Rises Is Being Tested

Safety checks after the deadly blaze at the 24-story Grenfell Tower have so far found three other buildings clad in potentially combustible materials.

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Makram Ali Died of Injuries in Attack Near London Mosque, Police Say

The 51-year-old father of six died when a van crashed into a crowd of Muslims after Ramadan prayers early on June 19.

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Locked out

As Germany's political elite grieves unity chancellor Helmut Kohl, a private war divides his family.

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UK's Prince Philip discharged from hospital

Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, was discharged from hospital on Thursday after spending two nights there as a "precautionary measure," Buckingham Palace told CNN.

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Trump visit to UK 'will go ahead'

US President Donald Trump's state visit to Britain will go ahead, according to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, despite its omission from the Queen's Speech.

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London council chief quits amid Grenfell criticism

Nicholas Holgate says he is "heartbroken" by the tower block fire in which at least 79 people died.

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Brexit and security loom large at EU summit in Brussels

EU leaders are in Brussels to discuss recent terror attacks and Britain's eventual exit from the EU.

NY Times /
An Olio of European Union Rules, Leading to Food Fights

The bloc’s regulations protecting consumers and preserving distinctive culinary cultures often create tension, sometimes even with the United States.

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Negotiations begin over British split from European Union

The unprecedented divorce talks are underway in Brussels, with a two-year deadline.

Washington Post /
One killed, 10 injured as van strikes crowd near mosques in London

The driver was arrested, and police said a counterterrorism force was investigating.

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French parliamentary elections give big boost to Macron

His brand-new party won a strong majority of seats in the country’s legislature.

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Attempted Brussels attack ‘could have been far worse,’ Belgian prime minister says

The terrorist bomb twice failed to fully detonate, authorities said.

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Exploding cream dispenser kills French fitness blogger

The popular Instagram figure was struck in the chest and died of a heart attack, French media say.

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German MPs back pullout from Turkey's Incirlik airbase amid row

Aircraft and troops will relocate to Jordan following a diplomatic row between the Nato allies.

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What does the Queen's hat remind you of?

Some people try to get messages across with smoke signals or carrier pigeons. Not the Queen of England.

NY Times /
Some London Fire Survivors Will Be Housed in a Luxury Complex

It was the government’s biggest financial commitment so far to house families displaced by the Grenfell Tower blaze.

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Brussels Train Station Bomber Was an ISIS Sympathizer

The 36-year-old man, who was shot dead by a soldier, was the latest ISIS supporter to die while trying to carry out an attack.

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