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Erdogan: Turkey's membership will cure EU's problems

Turkish president urges EU leaders to have 'common sense' on issues related to Turkey and in interactions with Ankara.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Lombardy and Veneto back greater autonomy from Rome

Voters overwhelmingly demand more regional control over tax revenues and immigration from central government.

Lombardy and Veneto

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Rights groups to Greek PM: Stop trapping refugees

Groups call on Alexis Tsipras to transfer refugees living in poor conditions on islands to the mainland before winter.

Samos and Lesbos

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Russian opposition leader Navalny released from jail

Navalny was arrested last month as he prepared to travel to the city of Nizhny Novgorod to lead a rally.

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny

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Czech election: Landslide for Andrej Babis' ANO

Babis ran a campaign on opposition to refugee immigration and against closer European Union integration.

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Lombardy and Veneto seek greater autonomy

Lombardy and Veneto vote in a non-binding referendums to gain more control over its financial affairs.

northern Italy

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Munich police: Several wounded in stabbing spree

One suspect arrested after knife attack in southern German city leaves several people injured.

Munich

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UK PM Theresa May calls for 'urgency' on Brexit talks

May called for swift progress on the current stage of negotiations.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May

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What is Article 155 of the 1978 Spanish Constitution?

Described as 'nuclear option', Article 155 allows Madrid to suspend Catalonia's autonomy and has never been used before.

Catalonia protestors

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Spain-Catalonia standoff to intensify as deadline looms

Madrid vows to impose direct rule in Catalonia unless declaration of independence is retracted.

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May loses Brexit vote in parliament ahead of EU summit

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Macron: World is losing battle against climate change

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Ukraine authorities to appeal Saakashvili's release

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EU shuns call to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

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Netanyahu seeks EU support on Jerusalem status

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New drug offers hope for treating Huntington's disease

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British politicians vote in favour of giving parliament the final say on any withdrawal deal with the European Union.

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