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Austria elections: Sebastian Kurz's OVP 'leads' vote

Parliamentary poll could see young conservative beat the far right at its own game with a tough refugee policy.

Sebastian Kurz

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German interior minister floats idea of Muslim holidays

Debate simmers over whether to allow Islamic holidays after Thomas De Maiziere endorses idea on campaign trail.

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere

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Mogherini: Trump doesn't have power to cancel Iran deal

EU foreign policy chief defends landmark 2015 accord, shortly after US president announces decision to decertify it.

Federica Mogherini

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Spain accused of excessive force at Catalonia protests

Rights group reviewed three cases where security forces used disproportionate force during Catalonia referendum.

Mariano Rajoy

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Two men held over fatal stabbing in Marseille

Suspects arrested by police in Toulon in connection with October 1 killing of two women at Saint-Charles train station.

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Spain takes step towards suspending Catalonia autonomy

Spanish Prime Minister seeks formal response from Catalan government before triggering article 155 of the Constitution.

Spain's Prime Minister Mariana Rajoy

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All the ways white people are privileged in the UK

Ethnic minorities discriminated in areas including education, employment and housing, according to new report on race.

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Catalonia's Carles Puigdemont suspends independence

Puigdemont says region 'should become independent' but will first negotiate with central government in Madrid.

Catalonia's leader

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Man in shark costume falls afoul of face veil ban

Images on social media show officers confronting man in costume days after face-covering law came into force.

Austrian police

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Race review reveals gaping inequality in the UK

Government will have to explain or try to change inequalities revealed by report on race, PM Theresa May says.

Theresa May

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Georgian forces storm building to seize armed suspects

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Ratko Mladic sentenced to life in prison for genocide

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Assad to Putin: Thank you for 'saving our country'

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Merkel in favour of snap poll over minority government

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German coalition talks fail after FDP walks out

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Gerry Adams to step down as Sinn Fein leader next year

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Suspects allegedly opened fire on special forces during large-scale operation on the outskirts of the capital, Tbilisi.

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