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Lithuania’s center-right opposition Peasants and Greens party declared victory after a second round of voting in a general election on Oct. 23 and said it would start negotiations with the Homeland Union and Social Democrats over forming a coalition government.
BERLIN - Reuters
ISIL wants to carry out attacks in Germany and the security situation is "very serious", the head of the country's domestic intelligence agency (BfV) told a newspaper on April 10, adding that he knew of no concrete plot to strike.
AMSTERDAM - Reuters
Dutch voters have overwhelmingly rejected a Ukraine-European Union treaty on closer political and economic ties, in a rebuke to their government and to the European Union establishment
ATHENS - Reuters
Five migrants - four women and one child - drowned when their boat capsized off the Greek island of Samos close to Turkey's coast, Greek coast guard officials say.
VATICAN CITY - Agence France-Presse
Pope Francis will next week make a brief trip to Lesbos, the Greek island on the frontline of Europe's migrant crisis, the Vatican confirmed on April 7
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini was arrested on April 8, a police source told AFP after a Belgian television station said he was detained in a Brussels district
Turkey and Germany said on April 6 a deal between Ankara and the European Union meant to stem the flow of migrants to the Greek islands was showing signs of success
Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akıncı has assigned National Unity Party (UBP) Chairman Hüseyin Özgürgün to form a new government, only a few days after the former government collapsed due to the UBP withdrawing from a coalition with the Republican Turkish Party-United Forces (CTP-BG)
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
Junior doctors in English hospitals went on strike again on April 6 withdrawing all but emergency care in their fourth walk-out in a bitter dispute with the government over working conditions
British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted on April 7 he had held a 30,000 stake in an offshore fund set up by his father, after days of pressure following publication of the so-called Panama Papers
Solving the dispute on the “little” divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus would also bring peace and prosperity to the crisis-riddled region, said Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akıncı