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Britain lifts laptop ban on some flights from TurkeyBritain has eased a ban on laptops and tablets in airline cabins, lifting the prohibition on some flights from Turkey
The Associated Press10 minutes ago
Germany: 1 dead after knife attack at Hamburg supermarketPolice say that one person died after a man with a knife attacked several people at a supermarket in Hamburg
The Associated Press15 minutes ago
Italian Premier Paolo Gentiloni leaves at the end of a press conference he held at the end of the Cabinet meeting at Chigi Palace in Rome, Italy, July 28, 2017. The EU announced a 46 million euros ($53 million) funding for a program, that will be implemented by Italy, the country where most migrants leaving Libya arrive, to help boost Libya's border and coast guards, as part of moves to stem the flow of migrants leaving the country's shores heading for Europe. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)
Italy OKs naval support to help Libya fight traffickingThe Italian government on Friday approved sending Italian naval units to help Libya's coast guard combat migrant trafficking following a request by the northern African nation
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
Suspected Afghan Taliban member indicted in GermanyGerman prosecutors have filed terrorism and murder charges against a suspected member of Afghanistan's Taliban whom they accuse of participating in an attack in which an American soldier was killed
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Slovak far-right leader charged with using neo-Nazi symbolsPolice say that the leader of a far-right party with seats in the Slovak parliament has been charged with the use of neo-Nazi symbols
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Romania blocks Russian deputy PM from entering EU airspaceRussian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin says he had to scrap a trip to Moldova after his plane was barred from entering Romanian and Hungarian airspace
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
U.S. and Russian flags hung at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Russia, Friday, July 28, 2017. Russia's Foreign Ministry on Friday ordered a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia and said it was closing down a U.S. recreation retreat in response to fresh sanctions against Russia. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
The Latest: EU 'vigilant' on new US sanctions on RussiaThe European Union is remaining vigilant about the package of new U.S. sanctions on Russia, amid fears the penalties now approved by Congress and the Senate could harm the bloc's energy security and impact on European companies
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Dutch fund for women's sexual health tops $300 millionThe Dutch government says a campaign to raise funds for access to birth control, abortion and women's sexual health programs in developing nations has so far raised more than 260 million euros ($305 million)
The Associated Press1 hour ago
'Big hunt' for Russian hackers, but no obvious election linkThe U.S. has orchestrated the arrest of five alleged Russian cybercriminals across Europe in the past nine months
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Spain moves to block Catalan bid to fast-track independenceThe Spanish government says it has appealed to the Constitutional Court to block a new measure passed by the regional parliament of Catalonia that would allow it fast-track a declaration of independence
The Associated Press1 hour ago
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow, with a monument to Russian revolutionary workers in the foreground Friday, July 28, 2017. Russia's Foreign Ministry on Friday ordered a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia and said it was closing down a U.S. recreation retreat in response to fresh sanctions against Russia. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
Russia orders cut in US diplomats in reaction to sanctionsRussia's Foreign Ministry has ordered to reduce the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia and close down a U.S. recreation retreat in response to fresh sanctions against Russia
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Romanian Orthodox priest removed for suspected sex groomingRomania's orthodox church defrocks a priest who is suspected of trying to sexually corrupt a teenager_ a rare case of the church disciplining a cleric for alleged sexual misdemeanors
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2 boys in custody suspected of arson over French wildfiresAn official says two adolescents are in custody on suspicion of arson over the wildfires that have swept across parts of southeastern France
The Associated Press2 hours ago
An injured passenger is taken away on a stretcher from a train station in Barcelona, Spain, Friday July 28, 2017. Catalan government officials say 54 people were treated for injuries when a morning commuter train they were traveling on crashed into the buffers in a station in northeastern Barcelona early Friday. (AP Photo/Adrian Quiroga)
Spanish train crashes in Barcelona station; 53 hospitalizedA Spanish commuter train has crashed into a buffer at a station in northeastern Barcelona, tossing passengers to the floor and sending 53 people to the hospital, officials said
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Alexander Dobrindt, German Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, briefs the media during a news conference at his ministry in Berlin, Thursday, July 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
Court raises chances of diesel bans in German cityA court in Stuttgart has opened the door for possible bans on older diesel cars in the German city of Stuttgart, a major auto industry center, upholding a complaint by an environmental group
The Associated Press2 hours ago
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