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Portuguese civil servants go on strike demanding higher salaries2017-05-27
Schools and hospitals across Portugal were closed on Friday, with civil servants demanding the minority Socialist government to increase their salaries further.
Italian PM confirms G7 summit to release statement on anti-terrorism in first-day session2017-05-26
The summit of the Group of Seven (G7) in Italian city of Taormina is due to deliver a common statement on terrorism later on Friday, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni confirmed here.
School bus accident injures 21 in Greece2017-05-26
A bus carrying elementary school students, teachers and parents on an excursion overturned in northern Greece on Friday, injuring 21 people, including many children, Greek national news agency AMNA reported.
EU leaders outline positions ahead of G7 summit2017-05-26
European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called for unity on Friday ahead of the 43rd summit of leaders from the Group of Seven(G7)industrialized nations.
Russia urges NATO to improve relations2017-05-26
The Russian Foreign Ministry on Friday called on NATO to stop confrontation and seek better relations with Moscow.
Greek conservatives widen lead over ruling Leftists as voters reject new austerity: poll2017-05-26
Greek main opposition conservative New Democracy party has widened the lead over ruling Radical Left SYRIZA party as most voters reject the new austerity measures promoted by the government in exchange of further aid by international lenders, a poll released on Friday showed.
British police arrest 44-year-old man linked to Manchester attack2017-05-27
A 44-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences in connection with the Manchester bombing attack, the Greater Manchester Police said on Friday.
Norway's oil fund to invest in research meeting climate changes2017-05-26
Norway's oil fund will get help from economists to meet future climate changes, newspaper Aftenposten reported Friday.
German police arrest suspected Islamic extremist2017-05-26
German special police forces arrested a suspected Islamic extremist Thursday evening in the city of Essen in North Rhine-Westphalia, according to a press release by the local police on its website.
Swiss plane almost collides with drone: media2017-05-26
Swiss local media Tribune de Geneve reported Friday that a disaster was narrowly avoided earlier this month when a drone came close to colliding with a Swiss International Airlines plane.
Estonia expels 2 Russian diplomats2017-05-27
Russian Consul General in Narva Dmitry Kazennov and Consul Andrey Surgaev were expelled from Estonia, the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed on Friday.
Russia to sell 365 self-designed helicopters by 20302017-05-27
Russia is expected to sell 365 most advanced Ka-62 helicopters by 2030, Russian Industry and Trade Ministry said Friday.
Athens expects deal at June 15 Euro Group, dismisses crisis scenario2017-05-25
Athens expects a deal on the conclusion of the second review of the third bailout and the next steps that will satisfy both Greece and its international lenders at the next June 15 Euro Group meeting.
Eurozone fails to reach debt deal for Greece2017-05-23
Eurozone finance ministers failed to reach an agreement for fresh bailout funds for Greece after a meeting in Brussels, said Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Monday.
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