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Dutch Catholic Church accused of covering up child abuse

Dozens of high-ranking members of the Dutch Catholic Church reportedly knew of sexual abuse and actively covered it up.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second referendum on Brexit

In an editorial for the Observer newspaper, the Labour Party politician said Brexit would cause job losses.

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Hungary to explore legal steps to challenge critical EU ruling

Viktor Orban told state radio he expected a 'serious legal debate' about the EU decision to sanction Budapest.

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Spain makes U-turn, will now sell 400 missiles to Saudi Arabia

FM Josep Borrell says deal will go ahead a week after it was stopped amid concerns over civilian deaths in Yemen.

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European court rules against Britain over mass surveillance

Europe's human rights court rules UK intelligence programme that obtained data was 'not in accordance with the law'.

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Skripal poisoning suspects say they were tourists in UK

Two Russian men accused of trying to kill a former Russian spy in Salisbury deny being military intelligence officers.

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Pussy Riot activist Verzilov hospitalised after suspect poisoning

Petr Versilov had difficulty seeing, speaking and moving when he fell ill and was hospitalised in Moscow.

Prominent anti-Kremlin activist Pyotr Verzilov

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Hungary's CEU under pressure despite EU move on Article 7

Hungarian government's stand on the institution promoted by George Soros remains unchanged.

The demonisation of CEU

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Romanian ruling party calls for investigation into August protest

Ruling PSD party calls for probe into alleged external funding and preplanned violence during a rally.

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EU legislators say 'yes' to disciplinary action against Hungary

MEPs vote 448 to 197 to start punitive procedures against Hungary for moves against EU's 'democratic values'.

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Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

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Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny freed from prison

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Bavaria election seen as tough test for Merkel's allies

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Slain Salvadoran archbishop, Pope Paul VI declared saints

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Germany arrests suspect over killing of Viktoria Marinova

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