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Italy's populist leaders reach deal to resurrect coalition

Giuseppe Conte, who remains Five Star Movement and League's pick for prime minister, has been summoned by the president.

Giuseppe Conte

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EU to impose measures against 'unacceptable' US metal tariffs

The European Union will announce retaliatory measures following US decision to impose steel and aluminium tariffs.

President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker

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Denmark passes law banning face veil in public spaces

Ban follows similar restrictions on full face veils in Belgium, France, Netherlands, Bulgaria and parts of Switzerland.

face veil

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Tariq Ramadan's accuser changes details of rape account

Hend Ayari says she now believes the incident took place in May 2012, not March as previously stated.

Tariq Ramadan

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Arkady Babchenko reported killed in Ukraine appears alive

Ukrainian Security Service says it staged the Russian journalist's death to catch those who were trying to kill him.

Arkady Babchenko

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Italy: 'New possibilities' for coalition government

PM-designate puts technocrat government formation on hold to allow for possible compromise by populist parties.

Carlo Cottarelli

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Paris police dismantle largest makeshift refugee camp

Police begin clearing out 1,500 refugees and migrants from Millennaire camp in French capital for security reasons.

Paris

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Volunteers, NGOs 'filled void' in Grenfell Tower fire aftermath

Voluntary organisations played key role to meet victims' needs in the days after deadly London blaze, report says.

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Hungary: Draft bill criminalises aiding undocumented immigrants

Under the new bill, any individual or group accused of helping irregular immigrants could face up to a year in prison.

nationalistic campaign

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Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko shot and killed in Kiev

Ukrainian police investigating journalist's death said they suspect the crime is linked to his work.

Arkady Babchenko

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Greece and Macedonia sign agreement on name change

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Greek PM Tsipras survives no confidence vote over Macedonia deal

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UK returns confiscated medical cannabis to epileptic boy

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Court orders Denmark to compensate 18 Iraqis over torture

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Italy, France call for refugee processing centres in Africa

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Suspect arrested over UK 'Punish a Muslim' letters

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Northwestern border crossing with Croatia briefly closed to prevent about 100 people from entering the European Union.

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