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Trump and Putin to hold talks in Helsinki in mid-July

The meeting between the two heads of state is aimed at bridging the political divide between the two countries.

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EU leaders fail to agree on migration deal

Italy blocks joint EU statement on immigration, while Merkel says the crisis is make-or-break for the bloc.

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Putin: New Russian weapons decades ahead of foreign rivals

Russian president says Russia has made breakthrough in designing new weapons that are decades ahead of foreign designs.

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UK heatwave sparks major wildfire

A major blaze is burning across moorland in the north of England.

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Migration issue is a make-or-break for the EU, says Merkel

Hours before key summit, the German leader says the fate of EU rests on its ability to find solution to refugees crisis.

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Stranded rescue ship with over 200 on board docks in Malta

The German ship, Lifeline, carrying at least 234 refugees and migrants was stuck at sea for nearly a week.

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Poland parliament approves change to controversial Holocaust law

Poland's lower house softens its tone and removes jail terms to those who suggest it played a role in Nazi crimes.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki

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Dutch MPs pass law banning face veils in public buildings

New law bans veils and other items that hide the face in government buildings, public transport, schools and hospitals.

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Poland: Eastern Europe remains firm on anti-migrant stance

Joachim Brudzinski said Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic are united against mass influx of migrants.

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Danish cargo ship carrying refugees allowed to dock in Italy

Malta has agreed it would take in a second ship carrying 234 people, after it was stuck on the Mediterranean for days.

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Dutch FM under fire after making discriminatory remarks

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Hungary follows US in pulling out of UN migration pact

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EU-Macedonia deal to deploy border guards to curb migration

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Numerous deaths as boat capsizes off Cyprus

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EU hits Google with $5bn fine for breaking competition rules

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Tech leaders call for autonomous weapons ban

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Prosecutors investigate French president's security officer after he's filmed hitting and stomping a demonstrator.

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