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27 Sep 2017
Ukrainian authorities evacuated more than 30,000 people Wednesday from the central Vinnytsia region after a huge arms depot storing missiles caught fire and exploded in what prosecutors said was a possible act of "sabotage".
27 Sep 2017
Catalonia, whose leaders are pushing for secession from Spain, is one of the powerhouses of the Spanish economy, buoyed by industry, research and tourism but burdened with a heavy debt.
26 Sep 2017
From taxes on internet giants to six-month stints for European students in neighbouring countries, French President Emmanuel Macron set out wide-ranging proposals for EU reforms on Tuesday.
26 Sep 2017
French President Emmanuel Macron's government is set to unveil its first annual budget on Wednesday, balancing tricky priorities as it seeks to cut taxes while also slashing the deficit.
25 Sep 2017
The EU will not discuss British Prime Minister Theresa May's call for a post-Brexit transition deal until there is progress on key divorce issues including money and citizens' rights, negotiator Michel Barnier said Monday.
25 Sep 2017
Police on Monday arrested a 20-year-old man in Wales in connection with the London Underground train bombing this month, bringing the number of people in custody to four.
24 Sep 2017
Chancellor Angela Merkel clinched a fourth term in Germany's general election on Sunday, but her victory was clouded by the hard-right AfD party winning its first seats in parliament.
24 Sep 2017
The Vatican said Sunday it had been forced to oust its former auditor general -- who resigned without explanation in June -- because he had been spying on senior officials.
24 Sep 2017
The Vatican's former auditor general, who resigned without explanation in June, said Sunday he was forced out after his investigations into possible illegal activity hit too close to home.
24 Sep 2017
More than 600,000 people had by Sunday signed a petition asking London transport authorities to reverse their decision not to renew Uber's licence when it expires.
24 Sep 2017
Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to cruise to victory in elections Sunday but also to face the breakthrough into parliament of hard-right populists for the first time in Germany's post-war history.
23 Sep 2017
"It would be sensible, reasonable and democratic to stop and say, there won't be a referendum, which they know won't happen," Rajoy told members of his conservative Popular Party at an event in the Balearic Islands.

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