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Stockholm attack: Uzbek held for 'terrorist crimes'

Swedish prosecutors say man arrested for 'terrorist crimes' after truck rammed into crowds in Stockholm, killing four.

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ETA weapons 'surrendered to civil society' in France

Basque group hands over arms after waging a deadly independence campaign for more than 50 years.

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Stockholm: Two arrested after truck-ramming attack

Swedish police say at least four killed and 15 injured after truck ploughs into crowds in busy shopping street.

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UK's Boris Johnson cancels Moscow visit over Syria

Foreign secretary calls Russia's continued defence of Syrian government after suspected chemical attack 'deplorable'.

Boris Johnson

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Stockholm: Beer truck ploughs into department store

Swedish police say at least three killed and many injured in the incident on Drottninggatan street in the capital.

Swedish police officers

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Protests against Vucic's election win for third day

Government officials say rallies are work of political opponents as Crowds march in Serbia's main cities for third day.

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Germany seeks to fine social media over hateful posts

Draft law wants social networks to remove fake news and abusive posts within a week or face $53m fines.

Justice Minister Heiko Maas

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French election candidates clash in TV debate

Unemployment, immigration and ties with Europe figure prominently in debate featuring all 11 presidential candidates.

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St Petersburg metro bombing suspect 'from Kyrgyzstan'

Intelligence name one suspect, Kyrgyz-born Russian national, who likely carried out the attack that killed at least 14.

Vladimir Putin

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Russia probes 'suicide bombing' on St Petersburg metro

Police reportedly suspect a 23-year-old from Central Asia blew himself up on a St Petersburg metro train.

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