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MI5 starts an internal review on whether there are lessons to be learned from its handling of intelligence on Salman Abedi before he killed 22 people by blowing himself up at a concert in Manchester.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on May 9 ruled out any participation on German soil in a potential Turkish referendum on bringing back the death penalty in the country.
Emmanuel Macron has won a resounding victory in the French presidential election but the focus shifted immediately on May 8 to whether he can govern the country without the support of a traditional party
BERLIN - Agence France-Presse
Germany has granted political asylum to numerous Turkish military personnel and their families holding diplomatic passports, German media reported on May 8
New York - Anadolu Agency
Both sides of the island of Cyprus now have "the best chance" for a unification agreement, even though the dispute over gas exploration and an upcoming election on the Greek side have hampered the negotiations, UN special envoy Espen Barth Eide said
PARIS - Agence France Presse
In an era of unemployment hovering at 10 percent and a string of terror attacks, Le Pen’s France-first message has proven seductive in parts of the country
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
French authorities took a hard line May 6 on what presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron called a "massive" hacking attack on his campaign, warning on the eve of the vote that anyone spreading the information could be committing a crime.
TRIPOLI/ ROME - Reuters
More than 200 migrants are feared to have died in the Mediterranean over the weekend, according to testimony from survivors, and several bodies, including that of an infant, have washed up on a Libyan beach
Germany cannot let Turkish expats vote for a potential referendum on reinstating capital punishment in Turkey, the chairman of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) Martin Schulz has said.
The European Union is in a bind in terms of how to act on Turkey, according to the secretary-general of TÜSİAD, Bahadır Kaleağası. Because the EU cannot further punish Turkey for the disappearance of democracy, it has ‘to accept the paradox and manage it with wisdom and pragmatism,’ he says
LONDON – Agence France-Presse
First results from local elections in Britain released on May 5 showed a strong boost for Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party ahead of next month’s Brexit-dominated legislative polls.