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Many British gas stations still dry, pig cull fears grow

Many British gas stations were still dry on Friday after a chaotic week that saw panic buying, fights at the pumps and drivers hoarding...

Bosnia envoy urges EU to show the Balkans that Europe cares

Bosnia's international peace envoy has urged European Union leaders to send a message of encouragement to the six Balkan countries seeking membership of the...

Nazi war crimes suspect, 96, flees ahead of trial

A 96-year-old German woman fled ahead of the opening on Thursday of her trial on charges of aiding and abetting mass murder in a...

France’s Sarkozy likely to avoid jail despite new conviction

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was handed a one-year prison sentence by a Paris court on Thursday after being found guilty of illegal campaign...

Belarus opposition says man killed in shootout was IT worker

Belarusian security forces shot dead a 31-year-old man, identified by the pro-democracy opposition as an IT worker with U.S. company EPAM Systems, during a...

Germany sees no sign of fuel shortage like in Britain

Germany does not see any sign that it could face the same kind of fuel shortages suffered in Britain, a spokesperson for the economy...

Macron tells Europe to ‘stop being naive’ after France signs defence deal with Greece

Europe needs to stop being naive when it comes to defending its interests and build its own military capacity, French President Emmanuel Macron said...

‘Crazy’: Britain puts army on standby as panic buying leaves petrol pumps dry

British drivers expressed frustration on Tuesday as they hunted for hours or sat snarled in queues to fill their tanks after gas stations in...

Strong quake hits Greece’s biggest island of Crete, one person killed

A strong earthquake measuring 5.8 shook Greece's largest island Crete on Monday and one person was killed when a church dome collapsed, authorities said. The...

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