Category: Europe

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staffJuly 15, 2017

Tony Blair says EU could be flexible over movement

Some EU leaders may be prepared to be flexible on the free movement of people to help Britain stay in ...

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staffJuly 15, 2017

Turkey to mark anniversary of coup attempt

Events will be held in Turkey later to mark the first anniversary of a failed coup in which at least ...

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staffJuly 14, 2017

London acid attacks: Teenager arrested

A teenager has been arrested after acid was thrown in people’s faces in five attacks over one night in London. ...

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staffJuly 13, 2017

Greece charges nine with manslaughter for death of American tourist

Greek authorities charged nine men with voluntary manslaughter for the beating death of a recent American college graduate who died ...

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staffJuly 13, 2017

Five Chechens jailed for attack on Boris Nemtsov

A Chechen gunman and four accomplices have been given long jail sentences for the killing of leading Russian opposition figure ...

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staffJuly 12, 2017

Brexit: EU negotiator Barnier firm on citizens’ rights

The EU’s top Brexit negotiator has said there are still major differences between the EU and UK on the rights ...

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staffJuly 12, 2017

Gay man wins Supreme Court case on equal pension rights

A gay man has won a landmark ruling which will give his husband the same pension rights as a wife ...

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staffJuly 12, 2017

EU wastes Turkey’s time, says Erdogan

Turkey will find it “comforting” if the EU says it cannot be accepted as a member, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ...

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staffJuly 10, 2017

UK court to rule on Saudi arms exports

The High Court is to rule later on the legality of UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia. The court will ...

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staffJuly 10, 2017

Austria bars Turkish minister from rally marking failed coup anniversary

The Austrian authorities have barred Turkey’s economy minister from entering the country to attend a rally to mark the first ...