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Catalonia elections: Poll aims to end separatist crisis

Highly-anticipated regional elections, aimed at resolving separatist crisis, could have EU-wide implications.

Catalan President Puigdemont

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EU moves to sanction Poland for 'breach' of rule of law

The European Commission began the process of sanctioning Poland on Wednesday due to concerns of judiciary independence.

The EC's Frans Timmermans

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May to EU citizens: 'I want you to stay' after Brexit

Back from Brussels Prime Minister Theresa May wrote an open letter to the citizens of other European Union states.

Prime Minister Theresa May

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Twitter suspends Britain First group retweeted by Trump

Network suspends accounts of Britain First leaders Jayda Fransen and Paul Golding as it enforces new abuse rules.

Britain First

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Europe far right hails Trump, slams EU, Islam, migrants

Politicians from continent meet in Prague to unify efforts against 'disastrous' EU as hundreds protest xenophobia.

Le Pen, Okamura and Wilders gathered in Prague

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Austria's far right set to enter government

Sebastien Kurz to become world's youngest leader as conservative People's Party enters coalition with right-wing FPO.

Sebastien Kurz

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May loses Brexit vote in parliament ahead of EU summit

British politicians vote in favour of giving parliament the final say on any withdrawal deal with the European Union.

Anti Brexit protesters

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Macron: World is losing battle against climate change

French president issues rallying cry, urging world and business leaders to do more in the fight against climate change.

French President Emmanuel Macron

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Ukraine authorities to appeal Saakashvili's release

Court decision to free Ukraine's opposition leader is unacceptable to prosecutor general who seeks pre-trial detention.

Mikheil Saakashvili

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EU shuns call to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini rejects Benjamin Netanyahu's call to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

European Union has rejected Benjamin Netanyahu's call

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Germany' SPD narrowly backs coalition talks with Merkel

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Romania: Tens of thousands protest against corruption

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Decapitated, bloodstained doll left at Amsterdam mosque

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Hungary blasted over 'Stop Soros' bill targeting NGOs

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Belgium pledges $23m to UNRWA after US aid cut

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Ukraine declares Russian 'occupation' in eastern region

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Carles Puigdemont is the candidate to head the Catalan regional government, continuing the independence saga in Spain.

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