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Britain names parliament attacker, IS claims responsibility

2017-03-24

London police on Thursday identified a British man as responsible for killing four people in a rampage outside parliament, as hundreds gathered for a candlelit vigil in the capital.

EU to convene summit on April 29 to approve guidelines on Brexit

2017-03-22

European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday announced that he will convene a summit on April 29 to approve the European Union(EU)'s guidelines on Brexit.

Axe attacker arrested after injuring seven at German station

2017-03-10

German police have arrested an axe-wielding attacker believed to be suffering from mental health issues after he injured seven people at the main train station in Dusseldorf Thursday.

German Social Democrats closing gap with Merkel's conservatives - Forsa poll

2017-03-08

Support for Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) nudged up to 32 percent, one percentage point behind Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives, over the past week, according to a poll published on Wednesday.

Lawmakers to quiz Merkel over role in VW's 'dieselgate'

2017-03-08

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces Wednesday a grilling by lawmakers investigating if her government shielded Volkswagen from regulators despite knowing the auto giant was carrying out emissions cheating.

Eastern European diplomats appeal for U.S. help against Russia

2017-03-08

Diplomats from six Eastern European countries appealed to U.S. senators on Tuesday to help them stand up against interference from Russia, including cyber attacks, and insisted that sanctions imposed on Moscow should not be lifted anytime soon.

Turkish minister accuses Germany of political pressure on Turks

2017-03-08

Turkey's foreign minister accused Berlin on Tuesday of exerting systematic pressure on Turkish citizens in Germany and hampering campaigns in support of President Tayyip Erdogan's bid for new powers in a referendum next month.

Fillon seeks unity to revive French presidential bid

2017-03-08

France's Francois Fillon sought to put his presidential campaign back on track on Tuesday after a rebellion against his candidacy fizzled out, but the reluctance of key allies highlighted the difficulties he faces in rallying his camp behind him.

UK's May defeated as lawmakers demand power to reject final Brexit terms

2017-03-08

Britain's upper house of parliament voted on Tuesday to give lawmakers more power to reject the final terms of the country's exit from the European Union, ignoring pleas from Prime Minister Theresa May's government not to hamstring their negotiations.

Ex-French President Sarkozy seeks meeting with Fillon and Juppe

2017-03-06

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy called on Monday for a meeting with Francois Fillon and another senior conservative figure, Alain Juppe, in a bid to hammer out a solution to the crisis facing Fillon's presidential election campaign.