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  • Poland’s opposition claims almost a quarter of a million people protested in Warsaw on Saturday against what they see as the government’s alienation from the EU and flouting of democratic rules. This was the biggest of a wave of anti-government protests since the ruling eurosceptic Law and Justice party began tightening control over the country’s...

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  • “We want the truth about what happened to Giulio Regeni”. Tweets from “Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi”:https://twitter.com/matteorenzi?lang=en-gb and “Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni”:https://twitter.com/PaoloGentiloni/status/718477050907009025?lang=en come amid worsening relations with Egypt over the murder of the Italian student in Cairo in January. Italy has recalled its ambassador to Egypt, Maurizio Massari, for consultations after a briefing in Rome...

  • The Alliance of Regions for Phasing out Nuclear Power across Europe was formed to send out a powerful signal to oppose nuclear energy in the EU. The alliance believes that steps must be taken to prevent subsidies to supporting this form of energy. EU Reporter’s Catherine Feore speaks with Rebecca Harms MEP (Greens/EFA) and lawyer...

  • More Focus on Europe: http://www.dw.com/en/focus-on-europe-spotlight-on-people-2016-05-04/e-19187085-9798 Meerschaum pipes are renowned as masterpieces of the Turkish carvers’ art. But this 300-year-old craft is dying out. Fewer people in Turkey and Europe are smoking pipes nowadays.

  • Iceland’s Prime Minister, Sigmunder Gunnlaugsson has asked for parliament to be dissolved in the wake of the ‘Panama Papers’ scandal. President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson has asked for talks with the main opposition parties before a decision is made. The news comes a day after the opposition filed a motion of no-confidence against the embattled prime...

  • The past weekend marked a big breakthrough in the investigation into the Paris and Brussels attacks. Mohamed Abrini was an alleged accomplice in November’s killings in the French capital. But detectives say he has also admitted to being the third suspect at the Brussels airport bombing. Prosecutors say they hurriedly changed their plans to strike...

  • More and more BMX riders have gone urban, trading rough dirt tracks for neat and tidy half-pipes. Off-road cars have seen a similar trend. Drive It! checks out the VW Tiguan on and off the road. More cars: http://www.dw.com/en/drive-it-the-motor-magazine-2016-05-10/e-19203582-9798

  • After sun down, otherwise peaceful anti-austerity protests in Greece, have turned violent. Masked protesters clashed with riot police in Athens, ahead of a vote on a unpopular reform package to secure much-needed bailout funds. Thousands of people rallied over further belt-tightening measures including tax hikes and pension cuts in the country already hit by six...

  • About 900 police officers were involved in a raid on one of Germany’s biggest brothels: Artemis in Berlin. Six people were arrested in connection with a tax fraud investigation. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/04/15/berlin-artemis-brothel-raided-by-900-police-officers What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews...

  • The International Criminal Court has thrown out election violence charges against Kenya’s Vice-President William Ruto and ended his trial. It also dropped the case against his co-accused, broadcaster Joshua Sang, saying there was no case to answer. The pair had been accused of stirring murderous inter-ethnic violence after the 2007 election. The decision was welcomed...

  • Volkswagen has reached a deal to compensate drivers in the United States over its emissions scandal. Last september the car manufacturer was forced to admit it had used secret software in its cars to cheat emissions tests. It had been given until Thursday to come up with a compensation package in principle. The final details will be announced in June. Lawyer for the plaintiffs,...

  • Barack Obama called on young Britons to reject xenophobia and not to pull back from the world on Saturday, a day after warning the UK about the risks of voting to leave the EU. The US President was given a rock star welcome by more than 500 young British people at a ‘town hall’ style...

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