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Journalists demand justice after Bosnian reporter badly beaten

Media workers in Bosnia are routinely subjected to verbal attacks, threats and libel lawsuits.

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French President Macron: Europe cannot depend on US for security

Trump's 'aggressive' isolationism means US 'appears to be turning its back on shared history', French president says.

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Alexei Navalny says detention extended for another 30 days

Russia's opposition leader to remain in detention until after protests he organised against unpopular pension reforms.

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Summer meets winter in central Europe

A dramatic change in the weather sees heavy snowfalls on the higher grounds of Austria and Germany.

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Refugees allowed to leave ship as prosecutor investigates Salvini

Far-right politician Salvini is being investigated after more than 150 migrants and refugees were stranded on a ship.

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Sick refugees taken off Italy ship as health worries grow

Italy's government allows 11 women and five men to disembark, as UN urges EU to relocate some 150 stranded passengers.

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny detained outside Moscow home

Opposition leader's detention came shortly after he announced a string of rallies across Russia over a pension reform.

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Ex-Vatican envoy urges Pope Francis to resign over abuse case

Archbishop levels 'extraordinary' allegations as Catholic Church leader visits Ireland and 'begs for God's forgiveness'.

Pope Francis

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Spain takes steps to exhume Franco's remains

Francisco Franco's family says it will take charge of the late dictator's remains once they are exhumed.

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Pope Francis arrives in Ireland for landmark visit

Visit comes at the back of referendums where the Irish electorate voted to legalise abortion and gay marriage.

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Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

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Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

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Bavaria election seen as tough test for Merkel's allies

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Germany arrests suspect over killing of Viktoria Marinova

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Pope compares abortion to a mafia-style killing

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Woman fights UK wealth order after spending $21m at Harrods

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