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Lawyer: Austrian journalist formally arrested in Turkey

An Austrian journalist who was detained in Turkey 10 days ago has been formally arrested along with two Turkish citizens on political charges, their lawyer says.

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Germany: Rocket tests cause weeks-long moorland fire

Prosecutors are investigating the German armed forces after a fire caused by military rocket tests almost three weeks ago continued to burn across a moorland in northern Germany, a military spokesperson told CNN on Friday.

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Beat Richner, Doctor to Cambodia’s Needy Young, Dies at 71

Dr. Richner turned a war-ravaged pediatric hospital in Phnom Penh into a network of five medical centers that now serve one million patients a year.

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Why European Leaders Ambushed Theresa May in Salzburg

They realized the British prime minister’s strategy was to weaken their bargaining position by delaying negotiations until the last, crisis-ridden ...

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Theresa May: EU must respect UK in Brexit talks

Theresa May says it is "not acceptable" for EU leaders to reject her plan without an alternative.

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Pound falls after May's Brexit statement

Sterling's slide deepens after the Prime Minister's comments renew fears of a no-deal Brexit.

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Raab: EU yanked up the handbrake

The Brexit secretary says the UK has "revved up the motor of these negotiations" with the EU.

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European Court to rule on whether UK can halt Brexit

Anti-Brexit campaigners win permission to ask Europe's highest court whether the process can be halted.

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Italy opens probe into Ryanair hand luggage charges

The airline's new Italian luggage charges may amount to unfair commercial practice, a watchdog says.

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The Belgrade rivalry that divides Serbia

A rivalry that brings a country to a standstill and always creates headlines, BBC Sport look at the Belgrade derby.

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Brexit: What's behind Donald Tusk's Instagram diplomacy?

EU chief Donald Tusk's controversial social media teasing of Theresa May is part of a wider strategy.

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Europe Edition: Your Friday News Briefing: Russia, Brexit, Puerto Rico

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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Italy Loosens Vaccine Law Just as Children Return to School

After years of spreading confusion about vaccines, the Five Star Movement and its governing partner, the League, have reduced vaccination proof to a parent’s promise.

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US imposes sanctions on China for buying Russian weapons

Beijing is being penalised for buying Russian combat jets and surface-to-air missiles.

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Imprisoned suffragette letter discovered

A previously unknown letter gives a first-hand account from the first suffragette to be jailed.

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Love, Brexit and the Irish border

What happens when your relationship is affected by Britain leaving the EU?

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Brexit was sold by 'liars' and Britain's exit plan is unworkable, UK told

If Theresa May hoped that a two-day summit with European leaders in the birthplace of Mozart would bring harmony to the fraught Brexit process, she ...

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This town in Greece is draped in thousands of spider webs

Behind the phenomenon are the spiders' favorite snacks: gnats. With the growth of the gnat population, the spiders also thrive and multiply.

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French artist Saype creates 'message of hope' for refugees

French artist Saype has created what he calls a "message of hope" for refugees across the world.

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Woman prosecuted over abortion pills appeals

A court in Northern Ireland will hear a landmark abortion case Thursday as a woman appeals the decision to prosecute her for buying abortion pills for her 15-year-old daughter in 2013.

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Thousands demand bus driver not be fired for slapping teen

More than 290,000 people have signed a petition in support of a Paris bus driver facing disciplinary action after he was filmed slapping a teenager.

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Why is IVF so popular in Denmark?

It has the biggest proportion of babies born through assisted reproductive technology in the world.

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U.K.’s Brexit Plans ‘Will Not Work,’ a Top E.U. Official Says

Rather than showing divisions, European leaders in Austria, took a unified stance against Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal proposal.

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Subscribe to the ‘Abroad in America’ Newsletter

To help international readers make sense of the midterm elections, The Times is starting a five-week newsletter with the essentials.

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Donald Tusk: Theresa May's Brexit trade plan won't work

The EU Council president dismisses the Chequers plan - the PM says there is "hard work" to be done.

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Stephen Jeffreys, Playwright Known for ‘The Libertine,’ Dies at 68

His 1994 play about a hedonistic 17th-century nobleman became a vehicle for Johnny Depp and John Malkovich.

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Dirty Streets and Treatment Cuts. U.K. Councils Confront Budget Crisis.

Cash-strapped councils will slash spending by $1 billion or more next year, cutting spending even on vulnerable adults and children, group says.

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