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UK: Boris Johnson's EU-Hitler remarks draw ire

Boris Johnson angers "In" camp but pleases fellow pro-Brexit Conservatives by comparing the bloc to Nazi leader.

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French female ministers vow to fight sexual harassment

Current and former ministers vow to "systematically denounce" harassment after claims against former deputy speaker.

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Ukraine's Jamala wins Eurovision contest with 1944

Song by Jamala about strangers coming to "kill you all" seen as allusion to Stalin's deportation of Tatars from Crimea.

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Russian editors quit after stories about Putin family

Editors of RBC media group resign after running articles on the business affairs of the president's family.

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Turkey: Talks with EU on visa-free travel reach impasse

Turkey blames EU for setback and threatens to back out, as Brussels remains desperate for refugee deal to succeed.

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French government survives vote over labour reform

Protests across the country coincide with voting in parliament with 246 politicians in favour of no-confidence vote.

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Gay rights activists praise Italy same-sex unions bill

Lower assembly grants parliamentary approval to legislation after years-long battle for marriage equality.

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Italy: Mafia plot to kill Giovanni Colangelo foiled

Explosives found allegedly meant for use to kill Giovanni Colangelo, who leads fight against Camorra Mafia in Naples.

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Spanish lab testing street drugs for free overwhelmed

Barcelona charity offering testing of illegal drugs like cocaine and ecstasy forced to limit its service.

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UK police face backlash for 'Allahu akbar' chant

Video shows masked man shouting the Arabic phrase before setting off an explosion at an anti-terror training exercise.

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