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Slovenia: Anti-immigration party to make gains as polls open

Slovenia was a key transit point during the European refugee crisis with around half a million passing through in 2015.

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46 migrants drown after boat sinks off Tunisian coast

As of May 30, 32,080 people reached Europe by sea this year, while 660 died attempting the crossing.

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Police clear two remaining large migrant camps in Paris

Nearly 1,000 refugees and migrants are evacuated from two camps in the French capital.

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Inquiry into deadly Grenfell Tower fire starts

A judge-led inquiry aims to establish the causes of the fire in West London last year, which killed 72 people.

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Anti-immigration party wins Slovenia elections

Slovenia was a key transit point during the European refugee crisis with about half a million passing through in 2015.

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German prosecutors apply for Puigdemont's extradition

The former Catalan leader is wanted in Spain on charges of rebellion and misuse of public funds.

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Heinz Sielmann: Why Google honours him on June 2

Heinz Sielmann, a German naturalist and documentary maker, would have celebrated his 101st birthday.

Heinz Sielmann

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Who is Pedro Sanchez, Spain's new PM?

Pedro Sanchez became Spain's new prime minister after a no-confidence vote unseated Mariano Rajoy's government.

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Catalonia government sworn in, ending Madrid's direct rule

Spain imposed direct rule over region in October after nationalists held vote to declare independence.

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Pedro Sanchez sworn in as Spain's new prime minister

Sanchez takes reins of power after People's Party leader Mariano Rajoy was forced out in a vote of no-confidence.

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Italy's Salvini causes outrage over Roma census plan

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May 2018 was the world’s 'fourth-warmest' May on record

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Bosnian police block migrants from reaching EU member Croatia

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Germany: Interior minister gives Merkel ultimatum on migrants

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Greece and Macedonia sign agreement on name change

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Greek PM Tsipras survives no confidence vote over Macedonia deal

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