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12/13/2016 12:03 PM EST
Angela Merkel's Party Says Vladimir Putin Would Like to See Her Fall in 2017
German voters would hand a victory to Russian President Vladimir Putin if they ousted Chancellor Angela Merkel in next year's election, a leader..
12/12/2016 03:57 PM EST
UK: Attacker shouted 'Death to Muslims' as he stabbed train passenger
A man who allegedly stabbed a train passenger was heard shouting "death to Muslims" and "go back to Syria".
12/12/2016 10:50 AM EST
UK: Far-right group National Action to be banned under terrorism laws
A British neo-Nazi movement is to become the first far-right group to be banned under terrorism laws in the UK.
12/12/2016 10:09 AM EST
IMF's Christine Lagarde on trial over French payout to tycoon
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde went on trial in Paris on Monday over her role in a 400 million euro ($424 million)..
12/12/2016 03:14 AM EST
The Royal Navy Only Has 26 Combat Vessels And Just Got Rid Of Its Only Aircraft Carrier
HMS Illustrious, the last of the Royal Navy's Invincible-class carriers, has set sail from Portsmouth to meet her doom at a Turkish scrapyard
12/11/2016 12:10 PM EST
US official claims Russia wants to "take down" Angela Merkel
RUSSIA has launched a cyber campaign to take down Angela Merkel and promote far-right groups in the upcoming German elections, a US official has claimed.
12/11/2016 10:59 AM EST
Dutch populist leader Geert Wilders rises in polls after conviction
The party of populist anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders has risen strongly in the polls since the lawmaker was tried and convicted of discrimination..
12/10/2016 02:52 AM EST
The KGB considered Zionism and world Jewry to be a clear danger to the USSR
Classified documents now reveal that the agency's leaders saw Zionism as a threat to the Soviet empire, and did everything in their power against it
12/08/2016 09:30 AM EST
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Party Passes Anti-BDS Law; Compares BDS To Nazi Boycotts
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party on Wednesday passed a resolution opposing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)..
12/08/2016 07:45 AM EST
Germany says it has seen increase in Russian propaganda, cyber attacks
Germany's domestic intelligence agency on Thursday said it had seen a striking increase in Russian propaganda and disinformation campaigns aimed ..
12/08/2016 01:46 AM EST
Arrests made in slavery raids in Britain after Al Jazeera film
Seven locations raided after Al Jazeera documentary on alleged slavery at car washes prompted police action
12/06/2016 02:27 PM EST
Angela Merkel is last of Obama's key European allies still standing
Just a few months ago, German Chancellor Angela Merkel brought together the leaders of the U.S., Britain, France and Italy to discuss the world's crises..
12/06/2016 12:56 PM EST
Poland says final 'no' to Roman Polanski's extradition
Poland's supreme court on Tuesday upheld an earlier verdict that Oscar-winning filmmaker Roman Polanski cannot be extradited..
12/05/2016 08:15 PM EST
Tony Blair: Dangerous times ahead for Western democracies
Former British prime minister Tony Blair warns that political upheaval from Great Britain's Brexit vote in June to the collapse..
12/05/2016 02:58 PM EST
French PM Manuel Valls announces presidential bid
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Monday he was a candidate for next year's presidential election and wanted to unite the Left.
12/05/2016 06:52 AM EST
ECB's policymaker: Can't compare Italy 'No' vote to Brexit
Italian voters' defeat of a referendum on constitutional reforms cannot be compared to Britain's vote to leave the European Union..
12/04/2016 07:36 PM EST
Italian PM Matteo Renzi resigns after referendum defeat
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has announced his resignation and said he takes "all responsibility" for the crushing defeat in the constitutional referendum.
12/04/2016 07:19 PM EST
Report: Dutch secret service investigated Geert Wilders ties to Israel
Geert Wilders, leader of Holland's far-right anti-Muslim Party of Freedom, was investigated in the past by the country's General Intelligence..
12/04/2016 06:31 PM EST
PM Matteo Renzi suffers heavy defeat in Italian referendum, exit polls suggest
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has suffered a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution, exit polls suggest.
12/04/2016 03:29 PM EST
German FM: Austrian election result a good sign against populism
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday hailed the defeat of afar-right candidate in Austria's presidential election..
12/04/2016 01:32 PM EST
Vladimir Putin praises "smart man" Donald Trump in latest compliment for President-Elect
Donald Trump 's business success means he is a "smart man" who will quickly adapt to his new role as US president, Vladimir Putin..
12/04/2016 12:48 PM EST
Austria far-right candidate Norbert Hofer concedes defeat in presidential race
Far-right candidate Norbert Hofer has lost Austria's presidential election.
12/03/2016 05:44 PM EST
Italian Prime Minister Concerned Spread Of 'Fake News' May Influence Referendum
Anxiety about bogus news reports is rising in Europe, as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and others express concern..
12/03/2016 09:46 AM EST
Former British PM David Cameron: Marine Le Pen victory would be 'body blow' to Europe
Britain's former premier said Saturday the election of France's Marine Le Pen would be a "big body blow" for Europe..
12/02/2016 01:48 PM EST
Putin fires 14 high ranking officials for disobeying presidential orders
Vladimir Putin is continuing a sweeping crackdown on corruption and insubordination at the highest levels of the Russian government
12/01/2016 03:30 PM EST
French President Francois Hollande says he will not seek 2nd presidential term
French President Francois Hollande has declared in a statement that he will not seek a second term in office in the upcoming election in 2017.
12/01/2016 09:33 AM EST
Vladimir Putin says he wants to 'cooperate' with Donald Trump in state of the nation address
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is "ready to cooperate" with Donald Trump's administration as he struck an unusually conciliatory tone..
11/30/2016 07:28 AM EST
Angela Merkel does not see EU expanding membership talks with Turkey - source
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told lawmakers in her conservative bloc that she does not expect the European Union to open negotiations..
11/30/2016 06:05 AM EST
Angela Merkel: Germans must learn to live with Russian cyberwar
Cyber attacks from Russia are now so common that Germany must learn to cope with them as part of daily life, Chancellor Angela Merkel said..
11/29/2016 07:09 PM EST
Presidential candidate Francois Fillon doesn't want France to become 'multicultural'
French conservative politician Francois Fillon has said he doesn't want the country to be multi-cultural and promised 'radical' changes..
11/29/2016 08:13 AM EST
EU's Juncker to Europe: Don't hold any more referendums as voters will choose to leave
JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER has begged EU leaders not to hold in-out referendums because he fears it will backfire and voters will choose to LEAVE.
11/28/2016 03:13 PM EST
Angela Merkel ally urges sanctions against 'Russian henchmen' over Syria
The head of Germany's foreign affairs committee, an ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel, called on Monday for Berlin to impose sanctions..
11/28/2016 01:18 PM EST
British defense secretary calls on Donald Trump to 'stand up' to Russia
Britain's defense secretary says his country expects President-elect Donald Trump to "stand up" to Vladimir Putin once he's in the White House..
11/28/2016 09:56 AM EST
Dutch MP Geert Wilders tops polls again ahead of March vote
Geert Wilders, chairman of the Party for Freedom (PVV), has been celebrating on Twitter today. The reason? His party is now the biggest party..
11/28/2016 06:33 AM EST
Francois Fillon Defeats Alain Juppe In French Republican Primary Runoff
Hardline reformist Francois Fillon scored a resounding win in France's conservative primaries on Sunday, making him favorite to win a presidential election..
11/28/2016 06:19 AM EST
German justice minister worried 'fake news' might affect 2017 election
Justice Minister Heiko Maas has said he fears false information spread online could unfairly influence next year's Bundestag election campaign.
11/27/2016 12:28 PM EST
Britain First should be listed as a terrorist organisation, suggests Labour MP
An MP has called on the Home Secretary to consider listing Britain First as a "terrorist organisation" following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox..
11/27/2016 06:27 AM EST
British politicians urged to avoid polarizing language that 'legitimizes hate'
Westminster party leaders should tone down campaigning that has "polarised" the country and "legitimised hate", the equalities watchdog has said.
11/26/2016 11:37 AM EST
Key Angela Merkel Ally Backs Donald Trump & Invites Him to Germany
Bavarian President Horst Seehofer has praised U.S. President-Elect Donald J. Trump and has invited him to Bavaria.
11/25/2016 08:54 AM EST
Hungary's Viktor Orban sees diplomatic reset with U.S. under Donald Trump
Hungary's diplomatic ties with the United States could improve markedly under Republican Donald Trump, Prime Minister Viktor Orban ..
11/24/2016 09:59 PM EST
Russia Tells USA 'Stop Getting in the Way' In Syria
The Russian Defense Ministry commented on the US State Department's calls not to help tankers shipping fuel to the Russian Aerospace Forces..
11/24/2016 01:48 PM EST
Tony Blair: Brexit could be stopped if the British people change their minds
Brexit could be halted if the British people decided the costs of leaving the EU greatly outweighed any benefits..
11/24/2016 01:02 PM EST
Sweden Spends Millions to Combat 'Racism And Hate Speech'
As Swedish society becomes increasingly multicultural, the once-homogenous Sweden is forced to tackle a number of previously unencountered problems.
11/24/2016 12:38 PM EST
Norwegian Support to Clinton Foundation Shrinks After Hillary Clinton's Loss
In recent years, Norway emerged as one of the most generous contributors to the Clinton Foundation. After Hillary Clinton lost the US presidential election..
11/24/2016 08:52 AM EST
European Parliament votes to block Turkey's plans to join EU
The European Parliament has voted to freeze long-term plans for Turkey to join the EU in what is widely seen as a response to Ankara's..
11/23/2016 02:51 PM EST
Angela Merkel warns against fake news driving populist gains
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Wednesday against the power of fake news on social media to spur the rise of populists, after launching her..
11/22/2016 12:39 PM EST
Donald Trump victory shows power is slipping from the hands of 'the elites': France's Marine Le Pen
The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States showed the "massive return" of the people, the leader of France's right-wing..
11/22/2016 12:30 PM EST
European lawmakers call for end to Turkey EU membership talks
The leaders of the European Parliament's two largest groups called on Tuesday for the European Union to halt membership talks with Turkey because..
Russia declares U.S. relations are in "worst period" since the Cold War
'Forgotten' rural France seethes over big city bias
Vladimir Putin says expects 'fake' gas attacks to discredit Syria's Assad
Marine Le Pen says France not responsible for WWII Jew round-up
'Controlling' soldier 'slit his girlfriend's throat from ear to ear' after she dumped him for his infidelity
Swedish Police in Trollhattan Attacked by "Youths"
Huge blaze and fighting at a migrant camp 30 minutes from Calais
Fury over out of touch judges who defied 17.4m Brexit voters
Swedish police are forbidden by law to name a criminal's race, including the truck killer's
Russia Calls West Erratic on Syria as U.K.'s Boris Johnson Scraps Trip
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