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Britain’s defense secretary made a strong push on July 26 to build Australia’s next fleet of warships, saying the frigates he proposes are best placed to hunt “Russian and Chinese submarines” amid regional tensions
HAMBURG - Anadolu Agency
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel on July 8 praised Turkey's contribution to the success of the G20 summit, a key gathering of the world’s 20 largest economies
FRANKFURT – Agence France-Presse
German prosecutors said on July 6 they had shut down a major online child pornography platform used to organize sexual abuse of children, arresting its suspected administrator and others in Germany and abroad
ROME – Agence france-Presse
It is one of the most secretive organizations in the world, with power passed through blood ties and family loyalty. But Italy’s ruthless ‘Ndrangheta mafia may have met its match
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called July 5 for calm in the face of “authoritarian delusions” in Catalonia, as tensions between Madrid and separatists in the northeastern region surged over an independence drive
HAMBURG - The Associated Press
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told leaders of the Group of 20 economic powers on July 7 that millions of people are hoping they can help solve the world’s problems, and warned them that they must be prepared to make compromises
WARSAW - The Associated Press
Authorities in eastern Poland say that experts have secured a second World War II bomb found in the area and no evacuation will be needed.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Tuğrul Türkeş has said that the Dutch cabinet’s reaction to his planned visit to the country is an “intervention to Turkish citizens’ democratic rights.”
U.S. President Donald Trump meets other world leaders at Germany’s G-20 summit from July 7, with conflicts looming over climate, trade and other global issues both inside and outside the heavily fortified venue
The European Parliament on July 6 voted to accept a proposal to suspend accession talks with Turkey.
LONDON – Agence France-Presse
Northern Ireland’s Sinn Fein accused British Prime Minister Theresa May on July 5 of setting the peace process back decades after a further delay in talks to form a new government for the province.