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Britain Expected to Announce Snap Elections in Northern Ireland
Sinn Fein say they will not replace resigned Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, which should prompt elections.
Italy's Matteo Renzi Vows to Keep Fighting After Resignation
'Only the coward runs away in times of trouble,' the ex-Prime Minister said.
Germany Hits Back at Donald Trump Over BMW Threat
Europe should start standing up for itself, Deputy Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said.
Netherlands PM Mark Rutte Rules Out Geert Wilders Deal
Wilders said that Rutte's refusal to work with him demonstrated 'the arrogance of power.'
Britain's Theresa May Is the Most Popular New Conservative Prime Minister Since the 1950s
May's success in the polls comes despite confusion over her planned approach to Brexit negotiations.
Hungarian Camerawoman Who Kicked Refugees Sentenced
Judge Illes Nanasi said her actions "ran counter to societal norms."
Greece Forced to House Freezing Refugees on Battleship
Doctors Without Borders warned that large numbers of asylum seekers were living in "flimsy tents" in sub-zero temperatures.
Socialist Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo Hits Out At François Hollande, Manuel Valls and Emmanuel Macron
The party's primary race is underway, and a candidate will be chosen at the end of this month.
French Police 'On Alert' Over Islamist Infiltration Claims
A book published Wednesday claims that at least 16 officers have joined ISIS.
Why Is Northern Ireland Slipping Into Political Crisis?
The power-sharing deal which has helped ensure peace in the once-troubled province is under threat.
Malta PM: EU Is More United Than Ever Over Brexit
Joseph Muscat said the U.K. should be punished for leaving.
French Presidential Candidate Francois Fillon 'To Propose Immigration Quotas'
The center-right candidate is considered to be France's most likely next president.
Germany Plans Major Security Crackdown After Berlin Attack
Government ministers say new measures will make it easier to deport failed asylum seekers and tag extremists.
Calls For State-Funded Sex Workers Grow In Germany
Healthcare insurance would pay for "sexual assistants" for poorer care home residents.
EU Refugee Border Fences 'Harm Wildlife'
A study has warned that populations of rare carnivores could be reduced.
Northern Irish Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness Resigns
His departure follows a "game of chicken" over a botched energy scheme.
Italy's Populist Five Star Movement Votes To Join Pro-EU Alliance
Some 78.5 percent of members who voted backed the party's new alliance.
Crunch Talks Begin at U.N. on Cyprus Reunification Deal
The deal 18 months in the planning would end 40 years of division.
Mayor Sadiq Khan Condemns London Tube Strike
During his campaign for election last year, Khan promised "zero days" of transport strikes.
Boris Johnson Meets Donald Trump Aides in New York
The meeting comes after Trump said Nigel Farage should be U.K. ambassador to the U.S.
Brexit Negotiations: What We Know and What We Don't
We know there's a lot we don't know, but we don't know how much it matters.
French Presidential Election: Marine Le Pen's Europe Problem
The National Front leader must tread a line between her moderate target voters and her fanatical core.
Brexit Campaigner Nigel Farage to Present Weekly Radio Show
The ex-UKIP leader has positioned himself as a commentator on the populist trends sweeping global politics.
Who Are the Candidates in France's Left-Wing Presidential Primary?
The winner faces a tough fight.
Migrant Protesters Take Italian Shelter Staff Prisoner
The local mayor said calm has been restored at the center.