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W020180423350214783891_副本.jpg Hanover trade fair opens as Germany's Merkel advocates free trade2018-04-23
Hanover Fair opened on Sunday, as German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed the importance of free trade.
Reformist Macron faces more backlash over modernization drive2018-04-20
Rail workers staged a fourth wave of rolling strikes against reform, students angry at the new education system walked out of universities.
May apologizes to postwar migrants2018-04-19
British Prime Minister Theresa May apologized to representatives from 12 Caribbean countries on Tuesday over recent harsh treatment by immigration bureaucrats of people who arrived in Britain as children between the late 1940s and the early 1970s.
French queen's heart stolen from museum: report2018-04-17
A 16th-century gold case containing the heart of the only woman to be crowned queen of France twice has been stolen, according to The Telegraph daily.
UK PM faces lawmakers' criticism for not recalling parliament before attacks on Syria2018-04-17
British Prime Minister Theresa May refused on Monday to give lawmakers a guarantee that she would seek parliamentary approval ahead of any further strikes in Syria.
Macron says ready for talk to bring peace back to Syria2018-04-16
rench President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday said he was ready to talk to all, including Russia and Iran, to pave the way for inclusive political transition in the war-torn Syria.
Spotlight: NATO chief to visit Turkey on Syria crisis following U.S.-led airstrikes2018-04-16
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will pay a visit to Turkey on Monday to meet Turkish leaders amid international tensions sparked by the U.S.-led coalition's air raids in Syria.
Putin warns against further actions violating U.N. charter2018-04-16
Further actions violating the U.N. charter such as the recent U.S.-led strikes on Syria will result in chaos in international relations, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Iranian counterpart Hassan Ruhani over phone on Sunday.
Russia planning manned spaceflight to moon: Putin2018-04-13
Russia is actively implementing a lunar program through 2030, aiming to send astronauts to the moon, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday, Russia's Cosmonautics Day.
UK will be 'less green' after it leaves EU2018-04-13
Britain's natural environment is likely to deteriorate after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, according to a report commissioned by Friends of the Earth.
Croatian conservatives protest against ratifying Istanbul Convention2018-04-13
Over 15,000 people gathered in Croatia's second largest city Split on Thursday to protest the ratification of the Istanbul Convention, which the Croatian Parliament is meant to adopt on Friday.
Second round of Italy gov't talks end in apparent stall2018-04-13
The first day of the second round of Italy's formal government talks ended in an apparent stall Thursday, as leading political parties dug in to their conflicting positions.
Russia sends military police to Syria's Douma2018-04-12
Russian military police has been sent to Douma, the town northeast of Syrian capital Damascus, where an alleged chemical attack on the weekend killed several civilians, the Russian Defense Ministry said Thursday.
Russian jet crashes during training, no casualties2018-04-12
A Russian Yak-130 crashed during flight training on Thursday but the two persons on board ejected successfully, the Defense Ministry said.
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