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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.

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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.

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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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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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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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Romania’s Government Falls Amid a Party Power Struggle

Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu was forced from power after clashing with the party’s leader, Liviu Dragnea.

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German teens fire air pistol at Thai king

German authorities say King Vajiralongkorn was shot at by teenagers while cycling late at night.

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Brussels attack suspect identified

Belgian authorities now know the identity of a man who was fatally shot at Brussels Central Station after a failed bombing, a spokeswoman for the ...

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$120M soccer transfer investigated

A world record soccer transfer involving two of Europe's most successful clubs and one of the leading stars of game is being investigated by football's world governing body.

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2 Ministers Allied With Emmanuel Macron Resign in France

The departures came amid allegations that their party had misused European Union funds, and they cast a shadow over a cabinet reshuffle.

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Top Macron ally Bayrou quits French government

François Bayrou, leader of the centrist party Modem, was Emmanuel Macron's minister for justice.

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Queen’s Speech to U.K. Parliament Outlines Theresa May’s Scaled-Down Agenda

Struggling to secure support for a minority government, the prime minister is prioritizing Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.

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Rituals and traditions prelude the Queen's awaited speech

Britain will take extra security precautions to protect Queen Elizabeth II ahead of her speech Wednesday -- a member of Parliament will be held ...

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Russians build three-car fidget spinner

Motor enthusiasts attempt a motorised version of the cult toy, and very nearly succeed.

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Brussels bomb suspect was Moroccan and 'known to police'

The man was a 36-year-old Moroccan from an area of Brussels that spawned several jihadist attackers.

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Putin-Era Taboo: Telling Why Some Soviets Aided Nazis

A former Soviet factory director operates a museum dedicated to the history of “anti-Bolshevik resistance.” It has enraged the authorities.

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A royal appointment: 'Queen of the turf'

Having won the race that stops a nation, Australian female jockey sets her sights on winning the race again but this time out of the saddle.

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Speech arrives at troubled time for Theresa May

Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May's attempt to lead a minority government starts in earnest Wednesday amid a backdrop of terror attacks ...

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Murray to donate prize money to Grenfell victims

Andy Murray will donate his winnings from this week's Queen's Club Championships to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

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Barclays and Former Executives Charged in Qatar Fund-Raising

The criminal charges against the British bank and four former executives take aim at how it avoided a government bailout during the financial crisis.

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‘My son is no terrorist’: Family of Finsbury Park attack suspect provides few hints of possible motives

Police have the man in custody, but Muslims in London say that doesn’t lessen their fears.

Washington Post /
At the London inferno: ‘Someone is jumping!’

Children pounded on windows high above the street. Then they were gone behind a curtain of smoke.

LA Times /
A majority of Russians don’t trust Putin to solve corruption. But they trust him to run the country.

Russians give Putin high marks on his handling of global affairs, according to a new survey.

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Trump has 'good discussions' with Ukraine president

The talks in Washington focus on the peaceful resolution of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

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