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Europeans reveal who they wish was in the White House

Reaction at an international security conference reveals how leaders might not be on the same page.

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Bruno Ganz, who played Hitler in Downfall, dies aged 77

The Swiss was an accomplished actor whose portrayal of Hitler spawned thousands of parodies online.

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News Analysis: Among European Allies, Americans Offer Competing Visions

Remarks by the current vice president and his predecessor defined the dramatic change in American foreign policy that has unnerved traditional allies.

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Albania Protesters Clash With Police at Rally Called by Opposition

Thousands of opposition supporters took to the streets on Saturday at an anti-government rally calling for the cabinet to resign and for early ...

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Ligue du LOL: Secret boys’ club cyber-bullying shakes French media

Léa Lejeune was harassed by a group known as Ligue du LOL in a scandal that has shaken French media.

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Long-nosed lover Cyrano returns to woo Paris in hit play Edmond

A half-British actor is the toast of Paris with his comedy Edmond - a new take on big-nosed Cyrano.

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Third Russian linked to Salisbury poisoning visited UK and Catalonia before key votes, report claims

New details have emerged about a third Russian linked to the 2018 Salisbury poisonings by the investigative website Bellingcat. According to travel records revealed yesterday by Bellingcat and seen by CNN, the same man appears to have flown in and ...

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All Belgium flights canceled as air traffic control strikes for higher wages

All flights in and out of Belgium have been canceled for a 24-hour period as air traffic control workers went on strike Tuesday evening. The action will affect flights at all airports in the country, including Brussels Airport and regional facilities.

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In Eastern Europe, U.S. Officials Talk Deals, Not Erosion of Democracy

Promoting weapons sales and isolation of Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence did not speak out on the illiberal direction of some allies.

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Shamima Begum, British Woman Who Joined ISIS in Syria, Wants to Come Home

Ms. Begum, 19, who says she is nine months pregnant, faces an uncertain future, with no clear answers about whether Britain would try to prosecute ...

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Students Skip School Across Europe to Demand Climate Action

In cities including Berlin, London and Paris, young protesters took to the streets to urge their leaders to combat climate change.

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Climate strike: Schoolchildren protest over climate change

Students in cities around the UK walked out of school to call for action from the government.

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Snap Election in Spain Is Set for April

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez called the vote after his minority Socialist government suffered a defeat in Parliament, opening a new chapter of uncertainty in Spanish politics.

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Brexit: Theresa May's strategy unchanged despite Tory row over defeat

The PM will return to Brussels “within days” as infighting continues in her party over the deal.

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Russian leaflets denigrate 'novichok' scientist Vladimir Uglev

A scientist who gave details of the Salisbury nerve agent is branded a "paedophile" in Russia.

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Vatican envoy Luigi Ventura faces sexual assault claim

Archbishop Luigi Ventura, ambassador to France, is alleged to have molested a junior official.

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What Is the Munich Security Conference, and Why Does It Matter?

Significant changes in American foreign policy and a shifting world order have brought changes at a meeting once known for its unity.

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Millennium & Copthorne struggles to recruit EU staff

Millennium & Copthorne says its London hotels are facing difficulties in recruiting EU workers.

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Spain PM Sánchez sets snap election for April

The minority Socialist-led government lost the support of Catalan MPs over the budget.

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Brexit: What trade deals has the UK done so far?

The UK says it want to replicate the EU's trade agreements "as far as possible".

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Climate strike: Why are students striking and will it have an impact?

Across the UK, students are set to take part in a climate strike, but will it make a difference?

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Archaeologists in Pompeii Find Fresco of Narcissus in ‘Extraordinary’ Condition

In a home where researchers had found a fresco depicting Leda and the swan, a team has unearthed a remarkably well-preserved depiction of another ...

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Middle East Memo: At Trump Forum, Countries Share a Foe (Iran) and Awkwardness (a Lot of It)

A group of countries known more for their deep-rooted conflicts tried to cast a common lot in their opposition to Iran.

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Judge rules for testing DNA of a fertility doctor suspected of fathering up to 200 children

A fertility doctor suspected to have fathered scores of people by secretly swapping donors' sperm for his own will have his DNA tested, after a Dutch ...

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How the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea.

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Slovenia MP quits after stealing sandwich

The lawmaker was annoyed at being ignored by staff but later returned to the supermarket to pay.

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Theresa May Suffers a New Brexit Defeat in Parliament Vote

Lawmakers rejected a motion to support the government’s Brexit negotiating strategy, deepening strains within both the Conservative and Labour parties.

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