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Turkey must release pro-Kurdish opposition leader, court rules

The European Court of Human Rights called on Turkey to release the imprisoned leader of a pro-Kurdish opposition group Tuesday, ruling that detention was motivated by "stifling pluralism."

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Officer attacked by knife-wielding man outside police station in Brussels

A man wielding a knife has been shot after he attacked an officer outside a police station in central Brussels early on Tuesday morning, a Brussels police spokesman told CNN.

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Barcelona commuter train derails, at least one dead

At least one person was killed and six injured when a commuter train carrying around 150 people was derailed near the Spanish city of Barcelona, ...

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Jacques Chirac Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Jacques Chirac and learn more about the former president of France.

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US Navy sailor on board Norwegian frigate that sank after collision

A US Navy sailor was serving as an exchange officer onboard the Norwegian naval frigate that was struck by a freighter and has now almost entirely ...

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U.K. ‘Coup’ Against Theresa May Falters. For Now.

Hard-line, pro-Brexit Conservatives thought they could force a confidence vote against the prime minister. Then, embarrassingly, their support melted ...

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Rome police seize mafia bling in Casamonica villas

In a dawn raid 600 Rome police seized eight villas owned by the Casamonica clan.

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Spain Brexit: PM Sánchez threatens to vote no over Gibraltar

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez says Spain will reject the draft deal without clarification on Gibraltar.

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Executed Tanzanian hero's grandson takes DNA test to find lost skull

Tanzanian chief Mangi Meli's skull has been missing since his execution by German colonialists in 1900.

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Huge waterspout hits Italy's south-western city

Eyewitnesses say the whirling column of air and water lifted containers in Salerno's port area.

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A Stolen Picasso Buried in the Woods? Not So Fast

A letter pointed to a spot in Romania where a painting stolen from a Dutch museum in 2012 could be found. But what, exactly, was under the rock?

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What to look for in Brexit declaration?

Brexit involves a key political declaration on future ties - so what will it cover? Adam Fleming explains.

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Italy Orders Seizure of Migrant Rescue Ship

The order by Italian prosecutors essentially prevents the Aquarius from operating in Italian waters.

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Turkey must free Selahattin Demirtas, European rights court says

The European Court of Human Rights says Kurdish politician Selahattin Demirtas must be freed.

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Virgil van Dijk: Netherlands defender consoles official after Germany draw

Romanian referee Ovidiu Hategan is consoled by Virgil van Dijk as Netherlands draw with Germany

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Rome police seize eight Casamonica mafia villas

The interior minister and Rome's mayor watched 600 police evict mafia families from villas.

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Brexit fears fail to dent EasyJet bookings

Shares fall despite airline reporting record annual profits and "promising" bookings for next year.

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Italy Aquarius: Prosecutors order migrant rescue ship seizure

The Aquarius, long engaged in a row with Italy, is now alleged to have dumped hazardous waste.

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Uefa chief: Financial fair play rules 'weak'

Financial fair play needs to be more "robust" and the rules are "weak" in certain areas, says Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin.

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Brussels Police Officer Is Stabbed, Officials Say

The officer and the knife-wielding assailant, who was shot, were hospitalized. Belgium’s interior minister said the attack was not being treated as a terrorist incident.

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Making Gains for Women in STEM Fields Will Take More Effort

The low number of women in the science and technology fields requires changes in attitudes among parents when girls are young and among men toward ...

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A Prominent Art Patron Sets Her Sights on Madrid

The Italian collector and philanthropist Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo will open a branch of her family’s foundation in the Spanish capital.

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Europe Edition: Carlos Ghosn, Saudi Arabia, Brexit: Your Tuesday Briefing

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

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Marseille Dispatch: As Slums Teeter in Marseille, a Poverty Crisis Turns Deadly

Nervous officials in Marseille evacuated 1,054 people after a building collapse killed eight in a poor neighborhood. But many more homes are in ...

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In Bosnia, Entrenched Ethnic Divisions Are a Warning to the World

Long after a vicious civil war, persistent ethnic and nationalist fissures are paralyzing the country. “We have moved backwards, not forward,” says a Muslim firefighter.

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Norway stunned as warship sinks after collision

A maritime blunder then a ruinous rescue attempt has left a multi-million dollar warship under NATO command almost entirely submerged in a Norwegian fjord.

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Huge waves hit Tenerife in Spain's Canary Islands

Footage shows the 20ft (6m) waves battering Tenerife, with homes hotels, and restaurants affected.

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