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Tens of thousands anti-populist Sardines fill Roman squareTens of thousands of members of the Italian anti-populist Sardines movement have gathered in Rome for their first national rally
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EU to hold donors' meeting for Albania quake reconstructionThe European Commission says member states have agreed to hold a donors’ conference in January to help Albania rebuild after an earthquake killed 51 people last month
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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks outside 10 Downing Street in London on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Boris Johnson's gamble on early elections paid off as voters gave the UK prime minister a commanding majority to take the country out of the European Union by the end of January, a decisive result after more than three years of stalemate over Brexit. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Johnson's win may deliver Brexit but could risk UK's breakupBoris Johnson’s election victory may help him take Britain out of the European Union, but it could threaten the survival of the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
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Main Polish opposition party picks presidential candidatePoland's main opposition party has chosen the country's deputy parliament speaker as its presidential candidate
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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks to supporters during a visit to meet newly elected Conservative party lawmakers at Sedgefield Cricket Club in County Durham, north east England on Saturday Dec. 14, 2019, following his Conservative party's general election victory.  Johnson called on Britons to put years of bitter divisions over the country's EU membership behind them as he vowed to use his resounding election victory to finally deliver Brexit. (Lindsey Parnaby / Pool via AP)
Boris Johnson goes north to celebrate crushing election winBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson has visited northern England to thank newly elected Conservative lawmakers for their successful campaigns and voters for their support
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3 of 4 men kidnapped from oil tanker off Africa releasedThe managing company of a Greek-flagged oil tanker that was attacked by pirates off the coast of Togo last month says three of the four crew members who were kidnapped have been released
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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon smiles as she arrives at the SEC Centre in Glasgow for the declaration in her constituency in the 2019 general election, Friday Dec. 13, 2019. An exit poll in Britain's election projects that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party likely will win a majority of seats in Parliament. That outcome would allow Johnson to fulfil his plan to take the U.K. out of the European Union next month. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell)
Battle ahead: Scotland party leader vows independence pushNewly re-elected British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a big challenge from the leaders of the Scottish independence movement
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Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg walks in Piazza Castello Square ahead of a climate march, in Turin, Italy, Friday. Dec. 13, 2019. Thunberg was named this week Time's Person of the Year, despite becoming the figurehead of a global youth movement pressing governments for faster action on climate change. (Tino Romano/ANSA via AP)
Thunberg calls for `fight for tomorrow' at Italy protestSwedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg is asking young people to fight for their future in the next decade
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Mediterranean pen shell listed as critically endangered A mussel species found only in the Mediterranean has been officially added to the list of critically endangered species for the first time
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Polish far-right leader arrested for inciting anti-SemitismPolish authorities say they have arrested a far-right leader and plan to charge him with public incitement of hatred against Jews
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A display board shows various canceled flights from Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci international airport, in Fiumicino, near Rome, Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. As its workers went on nationwide air sector strike on Friday, grounding hundreds of flights, the fate of Italy’s national carrier Alitalia still hangs in the balance.  Italy, (Telenews/ANSA via AP)
Unions striking for Alitalia fix ground hundreds of flightsHundreds of international and domestic flights in Italy have been cancelled as air transport workers held a nationwide strike to protest feared firings and salary cuts at troubled national carrier Alitalia
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Turkmenistan passes new anti-corruption lawTurkmenistan's president has signed a law that excludes prisoners convicted of corruption from state amnesties and pardons
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EU leaders include nuclear energy in green transitionEuropean Union leaders have agreed that nuclear energy will be part of the bloc's solution to making its economy carbon neutral by 2050
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Austrian far-right party expels former leader StracheAustria's far-right Freedom Party has expelled Heinz-Christian Strache, its longtime leader and the country's former vice chancellor
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says his government will build 'new partnership' with the European Union as 'friends.'UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says his government will build 'new partnership' with the European Union as 'friends.'
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