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Vienna shooting: Terror attack multiple gunmen

Karl Nehammer Federal Minister of the Interior of Austria described the incident as a terror attack and said that one attacker had died in...

Macron orders France back into Covid-19 lockdown amid surge in cases

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a new nationwide lockdown to fight a surging second wave of the Covid-19 epidemic. The new confinement is...

Anti-French sentiment grows in Muslim countries

The backlash between Islamic countries and France over President Emmanuel Macron's comments on Islam and freedom of speech is growing.  A rift between France and...

Spain declares new coronavirus state of emergency

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has declared a second national state of emergency, imposing a curfew and allowing closure of internal borders. An extraordinary meeting...

After all the bluster: Brexit talks restart as Michel Barnier arrives in London

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier arrived in London to resume the post-Brexit trade agreement talks, after a week-long standoff. Barnier will meet with the...

Germany: BMW chief issues major Brexit warning – no deal will cost industry €11bn

BMW Chief Financial Officer Nicolas Peter has said Britain's separation from the European Union could cost EU carmakers and suppliers up to 11 billion euros...

British fishing boats attacked by French in scallops dispute

SCALLOP wars have once again broken out in the English Channel as French trawlers confronted British counterparts - firing flares and throwing frying pans. Two...

Brexit: Britain willing to walk away with ‘no deal’ if the EU doesn’t bridge the gaps.

Boris Johnson has told German Chancellor Merkel that the UK would be willing to walk away if there was no Brexit deal in place....

Switzerland’s referendum on free movement with the EU goes ahead today

The referendum vote would threaten free movement in the heart of Europe but is predicted to fail. The predictions are that Swiss voters will reject...

Charlie Hebdo: Stabbing attacks leave two wounded near magazine’s former offices in Paris

Two people have been injured in a knife attack in Paris near the former office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, police sources said. One...

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