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UK 'will not oppose' death penalty for suspected ISIL members

Human rights groups criticise British government for decision not to object in case the US seeks the death penalty.

ISIL members

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UK politicians call for Northern Ireland abortion reforms

Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK where abortion is illegal unless pregnancy poses a serious health risk.

Northern Ireland abortion reforms

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Germany drops economic sanctions against Turkey

Move comes after Ankara ended its two-year state of emergency.

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Steve Bannon 'planning foundation' to boost far right in Europe

Donald Trump's controversial former adviser says he plans to set up a foundation 'to spark populist right-wing revolt'.

Marine Le Pen

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French investigators raid home of Macron's ex-bodyguard

Criticism of Macron's government mounts over alleged mishandling of incident in which his bodyguard beat a protester.

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Spain: People's Party picks Pablo Casado as new leader

Conservative party appoints 37-year-old to replace Mariano Rajoy, Spain's former prime minister.

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Turkey and the Netherlands resume full diplomatic ties

The two countries normalise bilateral relations after diplomatic row last year ahead of Turkish referendum.

Erdogan (R) and Cavusoglu (L)

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French president to fire aide caught beating protesters in May

Macron has drawn criticism because the incident wasn't reported to law enforcement authorities before.

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UK using child spies in police operations

UK Home Office says use of children in covert policing operations can provide unique access to information.

UK's domestic intelligence services

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Putin: Powerful forces trying to sabotage US-Russia ties

The Russian president says relations between Moscow and Washington remain in 'an extremely unsatisfactory state'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

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Car crash outside UK's parliament treated as terrorist attack

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Migrant boat on standby as Italy asks the UK to take it in

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UK rolls out strategy to end rough sleeping by 2027

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Five-nation deal paves way for tapping Caspian riches

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Romanians rally against government for second day

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Spain, Germany leaders pledge to work together on migration

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