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French police in massive manhunt for rifle-toting ex-soldier

LE LARDIN-SAINT-LAZARE, France, (AFP):- A massive manhunt for a former soldier who allegedly fired a hunting rifle at officers responding

Belarusian editor arrested amid crackdown on journalists

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The chief editor of a popular Internet news site in one of Belarus’ largest cities was

UK’s Boris Johnson weds in ‘secret ceremony’: reports

LONDON, (AFP):- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson married his fiancee Carrie Symonds in a "secret ceremony" on Saturday, UK media

Partiers protest Belgium’s virus rules medics demand support

BRUSSELS (AP) — Thousands of protesters angry at pandemic-related restrictions marched to European Union headquarters in Brussels on Saturday and

EU gives TikTok a month to respond to consumer complaints

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Commission said on Friday it has given the Chinese-owned video app TikTok one month to

European regulator recommends Pfizer shot for children 12-15

By FRANK JORDANS and MARIA CHENG, BERLIN (AP) — The European Medicines Agency on Friday recommended that the use of

Restaurants ready as Poland lifts more pandemic restrictions

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Many restaurants in Poland prepared to welcome customers inside Friday following months of lockdown restrictions that

EU eyes Belarus sanctions targeting sectors close to leader

By RAF CASERT, BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union nations sketched out plans Thursday for new sanctions against Belarus that will

3 arrested in Italy funicular crash; clamp deactivated brake

By NICOLE WINFIELD,  ROME (AP) — Police arrested three people Wednesday in the cable car disaster that killed 14 people

Belarusian leader defends diversion of flight that drew fury

By YURAS KARMANAU, KYIV, Ukraine (AP):- Belarus’ authoritarian president defended Wednesday his decision to tell a passenger jet to land

Belarus opposition calls for more pressure after plane arrest

MINSK, (AFP):- Belarus's opposition called Tuesday for more pressure on strongman Alexander Lukashenko as Europe moved to cut air links

UK accused of reintroducing virus restrictions on the sly

By PAN PYLAS, LONDON (AP) — The British government faced accusations Tuesday that it was reintroducing local lockdowns on the sly

German property giants announce 19bn euro merger

BERLIN, (AFP):- Germany's top property group Vonovia announced Monday plans for a 19-billion euro merger with rival Deutsche Wohnen to

White House, Kremlin, aim for Biden-Putin summit in Geneva

By MATTHEW LEE, JONATHAN LEMIRE and JAMEY KEATEN, WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and the Kremlin are working to

Party says UK Black activist seriously wounded in shooting

LONDON (AP) — An activist who has played a leading role in antiracism demonstrations in Britain is in critical condition

Ex-BBC head quits gallery job amid Diana interview fallout

By PAN PYLAS, LONDON (AP) — Tony Hall, who was director of BBC news and current affairs at the time

G-7 nations to accelerate efforts to slow global warming

By DANICA KIRKA: LONDON (AP) — Environment ministers from seven leading industrialized nations agreed Friday to accelerate efforts to slow

Louisiana finds 3rd COVID-19 variant, one 1st found in India

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — A medical center in Louisiana says it has identified the state’s first two cases of a

BBC under pressure over Diana interview ‘cover-up’

LONDON, (AFP):- The BBC was under pressure on Friday after unprecedented criticism from the royal family about its 1995 interview

Dutch court orders former Nissan boss Ghosn to repay salary

AMSTERDAM (AP) — A Dutch court on Thursday rejected fugitive auto executive Carlos Ghosn’s wrongful dismissal claim against an Amsterdam-based