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ORRR-DUHHH: Britain Parliament speaker seeks to calm debateJohn Bercow, the speaker of Britain's House of Commons, plays a big role in shaping the raucous Brexit debate and sometimes sounds like a headmaster trying to get unruly pupils to behave
The Associated Press8 hours ago
The flag of the city of Gdansk flies at half-staff over Gdansk, Poland, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Flags flew at half-staff and people signed condolence books at municipal buildings across Poland and in diplomatic missions abroad on Tuesday as the nation mourned the stabbing death of the popular liberal mayor of Gdansk. (AP Photo/Wojciech Strozyk)
Mayor's killing in Poland sparks anger against hate speechPoles are condemning the power of hate speech to trigger real-life violence after the slaying of a popular liberal mayor, with many calling for stronger actions against those who threaten others
The Associated Press8 hours ago
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, delivers his speech during a parliamentary session in Athens, on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Greek lawmakers geared up Wednesday night for a confidence vote in the left-wing government, which lost its parliamentary majority after its coalition partner walked out to protest a deal normalizing relations with neighboring Macedonia. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
Greek PM survives confidence vote after coalition collapseGreece's left-wing prime minister narrowly wins confidence vote days after coalition collapse
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Russia: Ex-Marine held on spying charge gets prison visitThe brother of a former U.S. Marine with multiple citizenships says Irish government representatives have visited Paul Whelan at the Russian prison where he is being held on spying charges
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attends a parliamentary session in Athens, on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Greece's prime minister is defending his deal to normalize relations with neighboring Macedonia ahead of a confidence vote in parliament after his governing coalition collapsed over the agreement. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
The Latest: Greek PM Tsipras survives confidence voteGreece's left-wing prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has narrowly won a confidence vote in parliament days after the governing coalition collapsed
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Greece's left-wing prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, survives confidence vote days after governing coalition collapsesGreece's left-wing prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, survives confidence vote days after governing coalition collapses
The Associated Press10 hours ago
UK PM Theresa May's government wins no-confidence vote in Parliament but faces battle to keep control of BrexitUK PM Theresa May's government wins no-confidence vote in Parliament but faces battle to keep control of Brexit
The Associated Press11 hours ago
Turkey's Erdogan calls for revision of Bosnia peace accordsTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for a revision of the Dayton peace accords saying they fail to address Bosnia's future
The Associated Press12 hours ago
UN: At least 890 killed in December clashes in CongoThe U.N. human rights office says "credible sources" indicate that at least 890 people were killed over three days in several villages in western Congo last month amid apparent clashes between communities
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Several thousand in Belgrade seek truth about Kosovo murderSeveral thousand people have marched in Belgrade demanding that the authorities find out who killed a moderate Serb politician in Kosovo a year ago
The Associated Press12 hours ago
UN human rights office: At least 890 people killed last month in western Congo in 3 days of clashesUN human rights office: At least 890 people killed last month in western Congo in 3 days of clashes
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Serbia court acquits suspects in 2008 torching of US embassyA Serbian appeals court has acquitted the suspects in the 2008 rioting and torching of the U.S. embassy in Belgrade after a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Albania parliament backs government reshuffleAlbania's parliament has backed a government reshuffle in a vote called by the prime minister after the country's president declined to accept his nominee for the foreign minister
The Associated Press13 hours ago
French court upholds prison sentence for Sarkozy former aideThe French court of cassation has upheld a two-year jail sentence, including one suspended, against ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy's former aide for misappropriation of public funds
The Associated Press14 hours ago
A woman cries in front of a picture of dead Jan Palach at the exhibition commemorating this late student in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Palach, a student of the Charles University's Faculty of Arts, set himself on fire in Prague on January 16, 1969 in protest against people's growing lethargy following the August 21, 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. He died of fatal burns three days later, aged 20. (Ondrej/Deml/CTK via AP)
Czechs honor student who wanted self-immolation to inspireCzechs are paying tribute to a university student who burned himself to death in Prague 50 years ago to inspire resistance against the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia
The Associated Press14 hours ago
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