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Macron launches French presidential bid as polls show tight race

PARIS (Reuters) - Former economy minister Emmanuel Macron launched his bid for the French presidency on Wednesday, a move likely to take votes from mainstream candidates in a tight race that promises a strong turnout for far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
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Obama tours ancient Greek Acropolis

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — President Barack Obama toured Greece's most famous ancient monument, the Acropolis citadel, and was due to deliver a speech to the Greek people later Wednesday as he winds up the first leg of his final foreign tour as president and heads from Greece to Germany....
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Turkey says it's tired of 'two-faced' EU attitude

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey is "fed up" with European Union condescension in talks over its application to join the bloc, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday, reflecting Ankara's exasperation with EU criticism over human rights....
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Theresa May under growing Cabinet pressure to exploit Nigel Farage's links with Trump

Theresa May is under increasing Cabinet pressure following her decision to dismiss Nigel Farage as an "irrelevance" after he edged out the prime minister and became the first British politician to meet with Donald Trump after he managed to clinch the keys to the White House....
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Far-right nationalists congregate on Polish Independence day

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Tens of thousands of far-right nationalists, burning flares and carrying Polish flags, marched peacefully through the streets of Warsaw on Friday to mark Poland's Independence Day....
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Luxembourg FM: Turkish crackdown reminiscent of Nazi methods

BERLIN (AP) — Luxembourg's foreign minister accused Turkish authorities on Monday of using methods reminiscent of those employed by Nazis in a crackdown following July's coup attempt....
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British PM May confident of Brexit plans, reassures EU leaders

Prime Minister Theresa May told European Union leaders on Friday she was confident a court ruling that could delay Britain's departure from the bloc would be overturned and she vowed to stick to her Brexit timetable....
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U.K. Government Loses Brexit Lawsuit Over Article 50 Vote

The U.K. must hold a vote in Parliament before starting the two-year countdown to Brexit, a panel of London judges decided, setting up a constitutional confrontation at the country’s Supreme Court next month....
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German Opposition Head Says Turkey Moving ‘Far Away’ From EU

Turkey is moving “far away” from the European Union as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeks to quash opposition after a failed coup in July, the co-leader of Germany’s opposition Greens party said....
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British MP in Parliament laments anti-Turkish prejudice

In House of Commons, British MP David Burrowes decries lack of information on events in Turkey and anti-Turkish prejudice...
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