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Turkish Cypriot leader Derviş Eroğlu voiced optimism about ironing out a settlement to the island's four-decade division with his Greek-Cypriot counterpart in UN-sponsored talks.
GENEVA - Agence France-Presse
A Swiss army fighter jet crashed in the centre of the Alpine country on Wednesday, the defense ministry said
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
France said Monday it is demanding explanations after a report that the US National Security Agency secretly recorded millions of phone calls made in the country.
The European Union agreed Oct 22 to restart membership talks with Turkey next month
ATHENS - Agence France-Presse
A Greek court Oct. 21 charged a Roma couple with abducting a mysterious blond girl whose discovery by police has prompted global interest
Standing in front of their prefabricated homes, residents of the camp in central Greece where a white-skinned, blonde girl found living with Roma parents was removed last week are indignant.
Europe's human rights court Monday condemned Spain over the prolonged detention of an ETA militant and ordered her rapid release, opening the way to dozens of other convicts being freed.
France warned Oct 22 the United States to stop snooping on the telephone calls of its citizens
French President Francois Hollande has been attacked from all sides for offering a deported Roma schoolgirl the chance to return to France without her family
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday condemned Facebook as "irresponsible" after the social networking site lifted its ban on users posting videos of beheadings.
ANKARA - Hürriyet
Germany has given the green light for the opening of the 22nd chapter in the EU accession negotiations, daily Hürriyet reported Oct. 20
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