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7 May 2017
Suspected militants launched an attack in Indian Kashmir killing three civilians and a policeman, the latest violence to hit the restive valley, authorities said on Sunday.
7 May 2017
French voters went to the polls Sunday to pick a new president, choosing between young centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen in a watershed election for the country and Europe.
6 May 2017
"We knew that there were these risks during the presidential campaign because it happened elsewhere. Nothing will go without a response," he told AFP during a visit of a cultural institute in Paris.
6 May 2017
The protest -- called by the country's main liberal opposition party -- came shortly after an opinion poll showed it pulling ahead of the rightwing nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) government for the first time.
6 May 2017
French electoral authorities took a hard line Saturday on a hacking attack targeting presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron's campaign, saying anyone who circulates the leaked information could be committing a "criminal offence".
6 May 2017
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's team blasted a "massive and coordinated hacking attack" against his campaign after a flood of internal documents were released online late Friday, barely 24 hours before the election.
5 May 2017
Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka withdrew his planned resignation on Friday, calling instead for the dismissal of his billionaire finance minister, a popular political rival, over suspicions of fraud.
5 May 2017
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday backed an official check into reported brutal attacks on gay men in Chechnya in his first public comment after German Chancellor Angela Merkel confronted him on the issue.
5 May 2017
Theresa May's Conservatives made significant gains Friday in Britain's local elections, handing the prime minister a boost ahead of next month's Brexit-dominated parliamentary polls.
4 May 2017
The blast in Arganda del Rey sent up a huge column of black smoke, but emergency services said several air quality measuring stations in the area showed normal readings, easing concerns about toxic pollution.
4 May 2017
Pope Francis will receive US President Donald Trump at the Vatican on May 24, the Holy See said Thursday, ahead of a G7 summit meeting in Sicily.
4 May 2017
French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron filed a complaint Thursday after his far-right rival Marine Le Pen implied he had an "offshore account in the Bahamas", an aide said.

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