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EU probes Poland over media and court reforms

European Commission will open case against Warsaw over new legislation that allegedly contravened EU code of law.

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Danish MPs debate plan to seize refugees' valuables

Bill will allow authorities to seize asylum seekers' cash exceeding $1,450, as well as items valued at more than that.

Denmark's parliament

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UK doctors go on strike over changes to contracts

Tens of thousands walk out over government proposals to amend contracts that doctors say will remove safeguards.

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Anti-refugee protesters rampage through German city

Over 200 protesters in Leipzig throw fireworks and vandalising buildings as tension grows in wake of New Year's assault.

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Foreigners attacked by gangs in Germany

Police investigate whether the violence was racially motivated and in "retaliation" for New Year's Eve sex attacks.

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Fraud trial for Princess Cristina opens in Spain

First royal-family member to stand in the dock is accused with her husband of embezzling 6m euros in public contracts.

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British music legend David Bowie dies, aged 69

Entertainer dies surrounded by his family following an 18-month battle with cancer.

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German MPs to discuss New Year's Eve sexual attacks

Parliament commission to question police about assaults reported in Cologne as the number of complaints rises.

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France open mosque days hailed but racism fears remain

Non-Muslims visit mosques across the country to foster integration as France marks anniversary of Charlie Hebdo attacks.

open mosque day

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German minister: Cologne attacks may be coordinated

As the number of complaints rise, justice minister says assaults on women seem to have been coordinated or prepared.

Right-wing demonstrators

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