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Italian immigrant rescue service handover raises fears

Handover of Italian navy's Mare Nostrum service to Triton scheme could lead to catastrophe, say critics

23:01, 30 October 2014 Thursday
UK's opposition Labour faces collapse in support in Scotland

Some Scots feel the party, which has since launched a search for a new leader in Scotland, has lost touch with voters and failed to offer a distinctive vision for Scotland.

16:45, 30 October 2014 Thursday
Germany pledges to ban neo-Nazi rally after Cologne clashes

Sunday's clashes raised fears of violent youths with no political agenda joining forces with a racist group.

15:25, 30 October 2014 Thursday
German man charged with murder joining Syrian quot terror group

Harun P. travelled to Syria at the end of September 2013 and became a member of the group, which trained and armed him, the prosecutor's statement said.

13:54, 30 October 2014 Thursday
Ex-Libyan rebel leader allowed to sue Britain over torture

Abdel Belhadj says victim of CIA, British rendition and he was handed to Gaddafi as part of UK deal

13:39, 30 October 2014 Thursday
Seven Ukrainian soldiers killed in past 24 hours despite ceasefire

"They were killed in different places by shelling and one was killed in an ambush," spokesman Andriy Lysenko said. Eleven others had been wounded in various incidents

13:37, 30 October 2014 Thursday
France investigates mystery drone over nuclear plants

Seven nuclear plants across the country were flown over by drones between Oct. 5 and Oct. 20, an EDF spokeswoman said, without any impact on the plants' safety or functioning.

12:51, 30 October 2014 Thursday
Sweden becomes first EU-member country recognizing Palestine state

Sweden – in line with statement made one month earlier – officially recognized the State of Palestine, becoming the first E.U. member to do so.

09:22, 30 October 2014 Thursday
Britain's Cameron appeals to Qatar emir for more investment

Cameron asked Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to consider further funding to help Britain's push to develop cities in the north of the country and connect them to London using a high speed rail line

09:12, 30 October 2014 Thursday
NATO jets track quot unusual quot Russian bomber sorties

NATO said it had conducted more than 100 such intercepts of Russian aircraft this year so far, about three times as many as in 2013

09:09, 30 October 2014 Thursday

The boy, a Turkish national who has lived in Austria for about eight years, was taken into custody

22:31, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
Poll shows more Swedes in favour of NATO for first

It was the first time in a Novus-poll that more respondents were in favour than against, and challenged the policy of the new centre-left government

21:43, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
Cameron rejects giving Scotland veto in EU referendum

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have varying degrees of autonomy but the British government in London controls foreign policy

21:26, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
Russian minister says France ready to deliver warships

Hollande for months resisted pressure from Washington and other allies concerned about Russia's role in Ukraine to scrap the 1.2 billion euro ($1.58 billion) contract.

21:10, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
EU UN condemn Ukraine rebels' election plans

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the EU's foreign affairs service said the voting would undermine last month's outline peace deal struck in Minsk between Kiev and Moscow

20:56, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
British jets intercept Latvian plane over southern England

The Latvian aircraft cleared to carry on with its journey to Birmingham in central England later

17:54, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
UK's Cameron rejects Scottish proposal on EU referendum

Cameron rejected on Wednesday a proposal by the Scottish National Party (SNP) that the United Kingdom should only quit the European Union after a future referendum

17:32, 29 October 2014 Wednesday
EU lifts freeze on Milosevic family assets

The European Union has lifted a freeze on the assets of late Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and his close family

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