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Police in The Hague said on July 3 they had detained more than 200 people overnight for violating terms of a curfew, as unrest in the city continued for a fourth night
A second simultaneous referendum on Cypriot reunification could take place in early 2016 following negotiations between the two entities’ presidents, a Turkish government source said July 2
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has kept up with tradition and enjoyed Turkish döner as the eurozone grappled with the deepening Greece crisis
ATHENS - Agence France-Presse
Greece's radical left government suggested it would resign if it fails to get its way in a make-or-break referendum on July 5 that could decide the country's financial future.
NICE, France - Agence France-Presse
A French woman was charged and remanded in custody on June 29 accused of seducing and killing an elderly man and poisoning three others on the French Riviera.
PARIS - Reuters
A French court cancelled Jean-Marie Le Pen's suspension from the far-right National Front party on July 2 in a ruling that could re-launch a public feud with his daughter, now party leader Marine Le Pen.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
The US wiretapped two of France's economy ministers and spied on the country's largest companies, French media reported citing WikiLeaks documents, just days after it emerged the US had spied on three of the country's leaders
NICOSIA - Reuters
Negotiations to settle Cyprus's division are starting to show some progress, Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades has said in an unusually upbeat assessment
LONDON / TUNIS
Prime Minister David Cameron warned June 29 that Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants based in Syria and Iraq were planning specific attacks against Britain and posed an existential threat to the West
PARIS - The Associated Press
Two Uber France managers have been ordered to stand trial on behalf of the San Francisco-based company on charges including "deceptive commercial practices" and complicity in illegal activities linked to its low-cost ride-hailing service
France has deported 40 foreign imams for "preaching hatred" in the past three years, a quarter of them in the last six months, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said June 29.
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