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French President Macron proposes European asylum agency, EU identity documents to better handle migrationFrench President Macron proposes European asylum agency, EU identity documents to better handle migration
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
French president Macron proposes shared European military intervention force, shared defense budgetFrench president Macron proposes shared European military intervention force, shared defense budget
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
EU moves to ensure more uniform food quality across statesThe EU wants to stop food makers selling the same products but with different contents depending on which country they are sold in
The Associated Press45 minutes ago
FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 1, 2017 file photo, young cadets listen to their teacher at the first lesson in a cadet lyceum of the first day at school in Kiev, Ukraine.  Ukraine's president has signed a controversial law on education, causing fury in Hungary which is threatening to block Ukraine's efforts to integrate with the European Union. The law that President Petro Poroshenko signed late Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 restructures Ukraine's education system and specifies that Ukrainian will be the main language used in schools, rolling back the option for lessons to be taught in other languages. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File)
Ukraine's president signs controversial education lawUkrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed an education law that critics say would infringe on the rights of ethnic minorities
The Associated Press56 minutes ago
In this , Sept. 20, 2016 file photo, Dragan Vasiljkovic, center, a former Serb paramilitary commander, sits between guards in a courtroom at the beginning of his trial in Split, Croatia. The municipal court has sentenced Vasiljkovic to 15 years in prison for war crimes in the 1990s Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017. In the verdict it said that Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan and Daniel Snedden, is guilty of the killings and torture of imprisoned civilians and Croatian troops while he was a rebel Serb commander during the 1991-95 war in Croatia. (AP Photo, FILE)
Ex-rebel Serb commander sentenced to 15 years in CroatiaA Croatian court has sentenced a former Serb paramilitary commander and Australian citizen to 15 years in prison for war crimes in the 1990s
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Greece: Missing UK hiker may have been mauled by animalsA missing British tourist may have been mauled to death and devoured by wild animals while hiking between archaeological sites in northern Greece
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this July 15, 1997 file photo, Cherie Booth with her parents Gale and Tony Booth after receiving an honorary fellowship from John Moore's University in Liverpool, England. British actor Tony Booth, father-in-law of former Prime Minister Tony Blair, has died aged 85. Booth's family says he died late Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 after suffering from Alzheimer's disease and heart problems. Booth had his most enduring role as the left-wing son-in-law of a bigoted father in the sitcom "Till Death Us Do Part." The show ran for almost a decade from 1966 and inspired the American series "All in the Family." (Peter Wilcock/PA via AP, file)
Actor Tony Booth, father-in-law of Tony Blair, dies at 85British actor Tony Booth, father-in-law of former Prime Minister Tony Blair, has died aged 85
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Frauke Petry, co-chairwoman of the AfD, leaves a press conference of the Alternative for Germany, AfD, in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, where she declared that she won't be part of the party's parliament faction on the day after the nationalist party was elected first time into the German parliament. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
Prominent German nationalist to leave anti-migrant AfD partyOne of the most prominent figures in the nationalist Alternative for Germany says she plans to leave the party, while other lawmakers from the anti-migration group have gathered for their first meeting
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Smoke rises from a damaged mosque during a fire in Orebro, west of Stockholm, Sweden, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017. Swedish police said the fire that partly destroyed the mosque is being investigated as arson. (Kicki Nilsson/TT NEWS AGENCY)
Man arrested on suspicion of arson at Swedish mosqueA man in his 20s has been arrested suspected of a fire that partly destroyed a mosque west of Stockholm, police said Tuesday
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Italy mayor arrested in sign of mob's northern infiltrationPolice have arrested the mayor of a city near Milan on corruption charges as part of an investigation into the infiltration of the 'ndrangheta organized crime clan of southern Italy in the north's business and political establishment
The Associated Press2 hours ago
JPMorgan Chase to hire 3,000 at new global center in PolandJPMorgan Chase, one of the world's largest banks, says it is opening a new global operations center in Warsaw, Poland, that will hire more than 3,000 people in the next three years
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Germany: 5 go on trial for allegedly running IS recruitmentA suspected representative of the Islamic State group in Germany goes on trial in the northern city of Celle on terrorism charges
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Turkish court frees 1 journalist from prison, orders 4 heldTurkey's state-run news agency says a court in Istanbul has ordered a columnist for Turkey's main opposition newspaper released from prison pending the conclusion of his trial
The Associated Press17 hours ago
In this Sept. 22, 2017 photo, people hold a Polish national flag and candles as they demonstrate in front of the presidential palace to remind President Andrzej Duda he promised to make changes to controversial legislation, in Warsaw, Poland. Duda on Monday Sept. 25, 2017 proposed his own changes to the nation's top judicial bodies and the constitution in a dispute that is at the heart of a standoff with the European Union. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
Polish president sets out judicial plan as party alternativePoland's president has proposed changes to the laws regulating top judicial bodies in a bid to prevent a power grab of the courts by the nation's ruling party
The Associated Press19 hours ago
French President Emmanuel Macron, left, welcomes Lebanese President Michel Aoun at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Lebanon's president says Syrian refugees must return homeThe Lebanese president says he wants some 1.5 million Syrian refugees living in his country to henceforth start returning to their homes, voluntarily or not
The Associated Press19 hours ago
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