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German police said on March 1 they have temporarily detained two people and searched an Islamic cultural centre amid a weekend terrorism alert in the northern city of Bremen
STOCKHOLM - Agence France-Presse
Danish police said they arrested on Feb. 27 a third alleged accomplice in the Copenhagen shootings, nearly two weeks after the attacks that killed two people
VIENNA - Agence France-Presse
Austria's parliament on Feb. 25 passed a law banning foreign sources of financing to Muslim organisations and requiring imams to be able to speak German
HELSINKI - Anadolu Agency
Turkey will make every effort to protect Muslims in Austria, especially those of Turkish descent, from being harmed due to a controversial recently approved bill regulating Islam in the country, Turkey’s EU minister said on Feb. 26
MOSCOW - Agence France-Presse
Russia on Feb. 26 called Western threats of fresh sanctions against Moscow evidence that Washington and Brussels are not interested in the success of a troubled truce in Ukraine
ATHENS - REUTERS
Dozens of black-clad protesters clashed with riot police in central Athens on Feb. 26, smashing shop windows, throwing petrol bombs and burning cars after an anti-government march, the first since the leftist Syriza party took power a month ago
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
A poll of British Muslims published on Wednesday found that 27 percent had some sympathy for the motives behind last month's Islamist attack in Paris against the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
One of three Al-Jazeera journalists arrested for flying a drone in Paris will appear in court next week where he is expected to plead guilty, a judicial source said on Feb. 26.
Unidentified drones flew over Paris for a second night in a row, police said Feb. 25, in the latest mystery appearance of unmanned aircraft over the French capital at a time of high security.
MANILA - Agence France-Presse
President Francois Hollande on Feb. 26 condemned a group of French lawmakers for meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whom he branded a "dictator".
More than a month after jihadist gunmen massacred much of the Charlie Hebdo editorial staff, the magazine is back at work with another savage swipe at its favourite enemies.
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