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EU leaders praise Turkey for its treatment of refugees

German chancellor and EU officials travel to Turkish-Syrian border in effort to bolster controversial refugee-swap deal.

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Boris Johnson criticised for 'racist' Obama comments

After US president's Brexit remarks, Boris Johnson stirs controversy by saying Obama has "ancestral dislike" for UK.

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Obama's Brexit comments spark controversy in UK

US leader urges voters not to back exit from EU in referendum, saying it would hurt country's trade with US.

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Obama: 'EU makes Britain even greater'

Landing in London for a three-day visit, US president urges voters not to back Brexit in June 23 referendum.

Obama in the UK

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Norway violated Anders Breivik's rights, court rules

Keeping mass killer in "completely locked world" ruled a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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UN to probe reports hundreds drowned in Mediterranean

Witnesses say boat carrying 400-500 people sank on Monday.

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Germany: Anti-Islam leader goes on trial for racism

Head of PEGIDA movement is expected to appear in court over inciting racial hatred against refugees.

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Switzerland halts citizenship bid over handshake row

Syrian family's citizenship process impeded after two boys' refusal to shake female teachers' hands for Islamic reasons.

Switzerland

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EU: We will not water down criteria for Turkish visas

After Turkey threatens to back out of refugee deal, the EU says requirements for visa deal will not be waived.

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Macedonia: New protests as snap poll date set for June

Country officially sets date for early election on June 5 despite opposition warnings that they will boycott the vote.

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