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Trump praises Merkel but gives little ground on trade, Iran

Trump praises Merkel but gives little ground on trade, Iran Sun, 29 Apr, 2018

US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared to make little headway on high-stakes trade and security disagreements Friday, but avoided the public bickering that has plagued their year-old relationship.
Trump and France's Macron seek new measures on Iran as deadline looms

Trump and France's Macron seek new measures on Iran as deadline looms Tue, 24 Apr, 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron and his American counterpart Donald Trump called jointly Tuesday for a new nuclear deal with Iran, after the US leader denounced the three-year-old accord as "insane."
Macedonia: 8 million-year-old elephant-like remains found

Macedonia: 8 million-year-old elephant-like remains found Tue, 24 Apr, 2018

Paleontologists from Bulgaria and Macedonia are excavating the fossilized remains of a prehistoric elephant believed to pre-date the mammoth, after its bones were discovered accidentally by a man working in a field.

Tens of thousands rally in France against Macron reforms

Tens of thousands rally in France against Macron reforms Thu, 19 Apr, 2018

Tens of thousands of striking rail workers, angry public sector staff and students rallied across France on Thursday against President Emmanuel Macron in what trade unions hoped would underline resistance nationwide to his reform efforts.

EU fails to agree new Iran sanctions as Trump deadline nears

EU fails to agree new Iran sanctions as Trump deadline nears Mon, 16 Apr, 2018

The European Union failed to agree new sanctions against Iran on Monday amid Italy's opposition and fears that punishing Tehran for its missile program and regional role would not stop U.S. President Donald Trump from abandoning a separate nuclear deal.
Hundreds of flights canceled in Germany as airports hit by strikes

Hundreds of flights canceled in Germany as airports hit by strikes Tue, 10 Apr, 2018

Thousands of passengers were left stranded at German airports on Tuesday as more than 60,000 ground staff and other public sector workers staged walkouts across the country to increase the pressure in a pay dispute.
Yulia Skripal leaves British hospital five weeks after nerve agent attack

Yulia Skripal leaves British hospital five weeks after nerve agent attack Tue, 10 Apr, 2018

Yulia Skripal has left hospital more than five weeks after she and her father, a former Russian spy, were poisoned with a nerve agent in an attack that has sparked one of the biggest crises in the West's relations with the Kremlin since the Cold War.
France's Sarkozy to face trial for influence peddling

France's Sarkozy to face trial for influence peddling Thu, 29 Mar, 2018

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was ordered on Thursday to stand trial for influence peddling over accusations he offered to help a prosecutor get promoted in return for leaked information about a separate criminal inquiry.
Serbia-Kosovo tensions heighten as Russia wades into dispute

Serbia-Kosovo tensions heighten as Russia wades into dispute Tue, 27 Mar, 2018

Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia heightened a day after a senior Serb politician was arrested and expelled in northern Kosovo, with Russia wading into the dispute and the European Union trying to avert further friction Tuesday.

Europeans promise more steps against Russia over UK spy attack

Europeans promise more steps against Russia over UK spy attack Fri, 23 Mar, 2018

European Union member states agreed at a summit on Friday to take additional punitive measures against Russia for a nerve agent attack in Britain, as Moscow accused the bloc of joining a London-driven hate campaign against it.
Stephen Hawking, who unlocked the secrets of space and time, dies at 76

Stephen Hawking, who unlocked the secrets of space and time, dies at 76 Wed, 14 Mar, 2018

Stephen Hawking, who sought to explain the origins of the universe, the mysteries of black holes and the nature of time itself, died on Wednesday aged 76.
Russian military plane crash in Syria kills 39

Russian military plane crash in Syria kills 39 Tue, 06 Mar, 2018

 A Russian military transport plane crashed in Syria on Tuesday killing all 39 people on board, Russian officials said, an incident that sharply raised the death toll from the Kremlin’s intervention in the Syrian war.
Thousands protest possible change of Macedonia's name

Thousands protest possible change of Macedonia's name Sun, 04 Mar, 2018

Several thousand protesters in Macedonia have demanded that the government call off ongoing talks with neighboring Greece over a decades-long name dispute.
Estonia marks 100th anniversary of independence declaration

Estonia marks 100th anniversary of independence declaration Sat, 24 Feb, 2018

Estonia on Saturday celebrated 100 years since declaring independence with a military parade and other festivities in the Baltic state, which is now firmly ensconced in the West, though tensions remain with neighbour Russia.
Italy's League rallies in Milan as tense election campaign winds up

Italy's League rallies in Milan as tense election campaign winds up Sat, 24 Feb, 2018

Northern League leader Matteo Salvini drew thousands of supporters to a rally in Milan on Saturday as campaigning intensified ahead of a March 4 election expected to give most seats to a right-wing coalition of which his party is a member.
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