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A Greek appeals court on April 25 rejected the extradition of three Turkish soldiers out of eight who requested asylum in the country after fleeing following Turkey’s failed July 2016 coup attempt
OSLO - The Associated Press
Prison psychiatrists monitoring confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik say he is not psychotic and he has not been put on medication, a prosecutor said in a court filing Jan. 4, adding fuel to calls to reassess whether he is legally insane.
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
A British judge sentenced two white men to minimum jail terms of 14 years and 15 years jail respectively Wednesday for the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence in 1993.
German President Christian Wulff admitted Jan. 4 making a “grave mistake” by trying to stop a paper publishing an embarrassing story about a home loan, but said he had no plans to resign.
BERLIN - Reuters
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave her backing on Wednesday to President Christian Wulff who has faced growing pressure to resign for trying to get Germany's top-selling newspaper to kill an embarrassing story on a home loan scandal.
ROME - Agence France-Presse
The era of erotic parties in Italy's palaces of power is over...
A new law in Belarus set to take effect on Jan. 6 will restrict Internet users' access to foreign websites, BBC.com reported today.
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
The EU executive Wednesday reiterated its continuing "concern" over Hungary's controversial constitutional reforms and warned of legal action should the new laws not comply with EU treaties.
A French businessman started a fund for 1 million euros to pay for future fines of people...
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PARIS - The Associated Press
A new poll indicates conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy is gaining ground against front-running Socialist Party nominee Francois Hollande in their expected faceoff in France’s presidential election this spring.
German President Christian Wulff, an ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel, faced resignation calls yesterday over a home loan scandal and allegations he tried to hush up the story.