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15 May 2017
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Monday downplayed differences with EU partners over the bloc's military ambitions, saying London supported their efforts to bolster defence cooperation.
15 May 2017
Emmanuel Macron became France's youngest ever president on Sunday, promising at his inauguration to restore the country's lost confidence and relaunch the flagging European Union.
14 May 2017
Chancellor Angela Merkel dealt a devastating blow to her main rival on Sunday, four months before national elections, when early results showed her party securing a strong win in a regional vote in Germany's biggest state.
13 May 2017
A top Ukrainian official said on Saturday that "Russian occupying forces" had killed four civilians in the war-torn east just hours before the Eurovision Song Contest final kicked off in Kiev.
13 May 2017
The 39-year-old, who beat far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in a second round vote last week, was received "triumphantly" according to tweets by those attending the meeting.
13 May 2017
A Palestinian stabbed and wounded an Israeli officer in annexed east Jerusalem on Saturday before being shot dead, police said.
13 May 2017
Mineral-rich Balochistan has been plagued for decades by a separatist insurgency and sectarian killings and gunmen have previously targeted labourers seen as outsiders in the region.
13 May 2017
G7 finance ministers turned their focus Saturday to combating cyber crime in what Italy's Pier Carlo Padoan described as an "unfortunately very timely" discussion.
13 May 2017
Two young shepherds who had visions of the Virgin Mary 100 years ago in Fatima, a Portuguese site now a global draw for pilgrims, will be declared saints Saturday by Pope Francis.
12 May 2017
Britain's Brexit minister David Davis on Friday said European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker had tried to meddle in British politics but "learned his lesson" from the government's tough reaction.
11 May 2017
Incoming French president Emmanuel Macron's centrist party on Thursday unveiled 428 candidates for June's general election, half whom are new to politics in line with Macron's promise to rejuvenate parliament.
11 May 2017
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator sought Thursday to ease tensions between the bloc and Britain, saying a deal was possible if the talks were conducted without "aggressivity".

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