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Skripal poisoning suspects say they were tourists in UK

Two Russian men accused of trying to kill a former Russian spy in Salisbury deny being military intelligence officers.

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Pussy Riot activist Verzilov hospitalised after suspect poisoning

Petr Versilov had difficulty seeing, speaking and moving when he fell ill and was hospitalised in Moscow.

Prominent anti-Kremlin activist Pyotr Verzilov

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Hungary's CEU under pressure despite EU move on Article 7

Hungarian government's stand on the institution promoted by George Soros remains unchanged.

The demonisation of CEU

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Romanian ruling party calls for investigation into August protest

Ruling PSD party calls for probe into alleged external funding and preplanned violence during a rally.

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EU legislators say 'yes' to disciplinary action against Hungary

MEPs vote 448 to 197 to start punitive procedures against Hungary for moves against EU's 'democratic values'.

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Putin: Skripal poisoning suspects 'civilians, not criminals'

Russian president says Moscow knows identity of the two men accused by UK of attempting to murder former double agent.

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EU parliament to vote on rebuking Hungary's Viktor Orban

Two-thirds vote by MEPs could trigger Article 7 of the Lisbon Treaty, rebuking Hungary for 'anti-migrant' policies.

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Rough sleeping and racism: Refugees struggle in Belgium

Report by Refugee Rights Europe says 94 percent of refugees in Brussels sleep rough and majority don't get enough food.

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Russia: Putin's ally Sergei Sobyanin re-elected Moscow mayor

Sergei Sobyanin, Putin’s former chief-of-staff, received 70 percent of the vote in Moscow's mayoral election.

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Sweden faces hung parliament as far right makes gains

Ruling left-wing bloc moves to form alliance with centre-right bloc as anti-immigrant party emerges as a third force.

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Two border crossings open in divided Cyprus, first in 8 years

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Ukraine rebel regions vote in polls slammed by Kiev and the West

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UN chief sees 'parallels' with 1930s amid nationalism warnings

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Macron urges world leaders to 'fight for peace' on WWI centenary

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Erdogan and Trump meet in Paris amid Khashoggi crisis

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12 killed in Sicily as death toll in Italy floods mounts

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