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Several killed after truck crashes into Christmas market in Germany

Several killed after truck crashes into Christmas market in Germany Mon, 19 Dec, 2016

A lorry ploughed into a busy Christmas market in central Berlin on Monday, killing at least nine people and hurting 50 more in what police said was a possible terror attack.
Russia's ambassador to Turkey shot dead in Ankara

Russia's ambassador to Turkey shot dead in Ankara Mon, 19 Dec, 2016

A Turkish policeman crying "Aleppo" and "Allahu Akbar" shot dead Russia's ambassador to Turkey in Ankara Monday, prompting a vow from President Vladimir Putin to step up the fight against "terrorism."
IMF chief Lagarde found guilty over French tycoon payment

IMF chief Lagarde found guilty over French tycoon payment Mon, 19 Dec, 2016

A French court on Monday found IMF head Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence over a massive state payout to a tycoon when she was French finance minister but spared her a fine or prison sentence.

Russian police shoot dead seven militants in Chechnya Mon, 19 Dec, 2016

Russian special forces shot dead seven militants in Chechnya in southern Russia after an attack on police officers the previous night, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday.
Poland president in crisis talks on third day of protests

Poland president in crisis talks on third day of protests Sun, 18 Dec, 2016

Polish protesters staged a third day of mass anti-government demonstrations on Sunday as President Andrzej Duda embarked on mediation talks to try to end the seething political crisis.
Britain first country to approve 'three-parent' babies

Britain first country to approve 'three-parent' babies Thu, 15 Dec, 2016

Britain is set to become the first country in the world to legally offer "three-parent baby" fertility treatments after regulators gave the green light.
Turkey will have backup plans if EU visa deal falls through, Erdogan says

Turkey will have backup plans if EU visa deal falls through, Erdogan says Thu, 15 Dec, 2016

Turkey will have back-up plans if its deal with the European Union over visa-free travel to the bloc falls through, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday.
Macedonia votes hoping to end political crisis

Macedonia votes hoping to end political crisis Sun, 11 Dec, 2016

Macedonians voted Sunday in the hope of electing a government capable of returning stability to the small Balkan country that has been shaken by a deep political crisis.
Blast outside Istanbul soccer stadium killed 13

Blast outside Istanbul soccer stadium killed 13 Sat, 10 Dec, 2016

 Two explosions, one thought to have been a suicide bomb, killed 13 people outside a soccer stadium in Istanbul on Saturday, security sources said, in an attack that appeared to target police hours after a match between two of Turkey's top teams.
Colombian president receives Nobel Prize for peace accord

Colombian president receives Nobel Prize for peace accord Sat, 10 Dec, 2016

Colombia's peace deal between the government and the Marxist FARC rebels is a model for war-torn countries like Syria, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Saturday as he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize.
Five killed as cargo train explodes in Bulgaria

Five killed as cargo train explodes in Bulgaria Sat, 10 Dec, 2016

At least five people were killed and 29 injured when a cargo train derailed and exploded in the northeastern Bulgarian village of Hitrino, demolishing about 50 houses and public buildings, officials said on Saturday.
Bosnian Serb leader blames Muslims for 'preparing for war'

Bosnian Serb leader blames Muslims for 'preparing for war' Fri, 09 Dec, 2016

Ratko Mladic's lawyers told judges on Friday that Bosnia's "fanatical" Muslim leaders had been preparing "jihad" long before the Bosnian Serb general, on trial in The Hague for genocide, ever set foot in the country in uniform.
Austria far-right concedes in presidential race

Austria far-right concedes in presidential race Sun, 04 Dec, 2016

Austria's Freedom Party conceded defeat Sunday in its bid to elect Europe's first far-right president, as projections showed its candidate Norbert Hofer lagging behind in a bitterly fought election re-run.

Eight miners dead after tremor hits Polish copper mine Wed, 30 Nov, 2016

The final death toll of an earth tremor causing rockfalls deep underground in Europe's largest copper mine in southwestern Poland rose to eight miners, the mine's operator KGHM said on Wednesday.
1,400 saved in Med as Italy sees record migrant arrivals

1,400 saved in Med as Italy sees record migrant arrivals Mon, 28 Nov, 2016

Rescuers saved some 1,400 migrants off the coast of Libya on Monday as Italy announced a record number of people arriving this year after crossing the Mediterranean, authorities said.

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Protesters Storm Macedonia Parliament

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