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16:32, 20 July 2018 Friday
Macron under fire as security aide detained in assault inquiry

The Elysee Palace said that Alexandre Benalla would be dismissed after "new elements" emerged in the case, namely that he is suspected of unlawfully receiving police surveillance footage in a bid to clear his name.

15:43, 20 July 2018 Friday
Hungarian prime minister wraps up two-day Israel visit

Viktor Orban confronted by Israeli protesters who accuse visiting PM of ‘anti-Semitism’

18:13, 19 July 2018 Thursday
British court seizes passport of FETO coup bid suspect

Court takes passport of Hamdi Akin Ipek, wanted for trying to overthrow Turkish government and setting up armed terror group  

17:30, 19 July 2018 Thursday
Russian MPs approve pension reform

In a rare move, usually pliant Kremlin-friendly nominal opposition parties rejected the legislation to raise the pension age to 65 for men and 63 for women.  

14:57, 19 July 2018 Thursday
France bans phone usage in schools

Senators and National Assembly deputies reached the agreement late Wednesday on the ban for all three tiers of French education (primary, middle and high school), except for educational purposes.

12:33, 19 July 2018 Thursday
Hungary's Orban pledges 'zero tolerance' for anti-Semitism

Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric.

20:59, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
Turks demand new probe on neo-Nazi murders

New report accuses domestic intelligence for covering up murders, demands special investigator with strong powers

18:19, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
May's party denies 'cheating' in Brexit parliament vote

Liberal Democrat deputy leader Jo Swinson, who gave birth to a boy last month, accused the government of "cheating" the system as it sought to win two knife-edge votes on Tuesday night.

17:59, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
EU urges Israel to revisit plan to raze Khan al-Ahmar

Mogherini says demolition of Palestinian village to ‘severely threaten viability of two-state solution’

16:46, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
Juncker Plan surpasses investment target of 315B

European Fund for Strategic Investments crosses €335B investment target set in July 2015

15:25, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
Spanish rescue ship heads home after dramatic rescue

Proactiva Open Arms, whose two ships sail back and forth in the Mediterranean to save migrants in distress, said it had decided to return a day after saving the 40-year-old woman from Cameroon.

14:49, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
German court releases man convicted in neo-Nazi trial

Ralf Wohlleben, who provided gun used by NSU in 9 murders, released from prison after less than 7 years behind bars

21:05, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
Tory MP calls for Brexit referendum rerun

Anna Soubry, the prominent pro-EU Conservative, argued that the referendum was not fair and accused Russia of meddling in the campaign

17:49, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
Putin grants Visa-free entry until end Of 2018

Foreign supporters who currently have fan IDs will be able to benefit from multiple entries into the Russian Federation without a visa until the end of the year

17:41, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
Juncker to hold trade talks with Trump on July 25

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker will travel to the White House on July 25 for talks with US President Donald Trump on the row over trade tariffs that has marred transatlantic ties, the EU said.

11:56, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
Russia condemned by EU rights court over Politkovskaya

The court also found that three Pussy Riot members arrested in 2012 had been subjected to inhuman or degrading treatment and their rights to a fair trial and to liberty had been violated.

11:16, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
UK's official Brexit campaign fined referred to police

The Electoral Commission said the winning side in the referendum had worked together with a smaller pro-Brexit group called BeLeave to get around campaign finance rules.

10:46, 17 July 2018 Tuesday
Germany admits its intelligence contacts with FETO

Merkel’s government confirms its talks with FETO-affiliated groups, but declines to give any detail about their content  

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