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Macedonians vote on whether to change country's name

The referendum is not binding, but a 'yes' majority would give parliament a mandate to change the constitution.

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Theresa May faces divided party as Conservative conference begins

As EU deadline approaches, Brexit tops the agenda at annual Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.

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Erdogan opens huge mosque in Germany amid rival rallies

Inauguration caps a three-day state visit, as supporters and critics of Turkish president take to streets of Cologne.

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Malta allows migrants off rescue ship after five days

Fifty-eight migrants and a dog will be transferred to four European nations in the coming days.

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Germany and Turkey aim for four-way talks on Syria

At a joint press conference, Erdogan and Merkel both stress the need for stronger ties but admit 'deep differences'.

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Police clash with Catalan separatists in Barcelona

Catalan police intervene as rival demonstrations by separatists and Spanish police take place in central Barcelona.

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Denmark manhunt over 'kidnapping' shuts links to Sweden, Germany

Police in Copenhagen said they were looking for a Sweden-registered vehicle with three people on board.

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Pope Francis defrocks priest at centre of Chile sex abuse scandal

As scandals rock his papacy, the Vatican says the pontiff is cracking down for 'the good of the church'.

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Macedonian president urges voters to boycott name referendum

Gjorge Ivanov says Macedonians are being asked to commit 'historical suicide' in Sunday's referendum on name change.

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Wildfires cause evacuations in Croatia and Italy

Huge fires take hold in southern Europe forcing more than 700 people from their homes.

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Two border crossings open in divided Cyprus, first in 8 years

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Ukraine rebel regions vote in polls slammed by Kiev and the West

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UN chief sees 'parallels' with 1930s amid nationalism warnings

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Macron urges world leaders to 'fight for peace' on WWI centenary

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Erdogan and Trump meet in Paris amid Khashoggi crisis

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12 killed in Sicily as death toll in Italy floods mounts

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