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France fights to keep Macron email hack from distorting election

PARIS (Reuters) - France sought to keep a computer hack of frontrunner Emmanuel Macron's campaign emails from influencing the outcome of the country's presidential election with a warning on Saturday it could be a criminal offence to republish the data.
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Macron and Le Pen battle for the French presidency

French centrist Emmanuel Macron sought to cement his frontrunner status Friday on the last day of campaigning for the weekend’s election run-off after a bruising and divisive race....
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Turkey to hold 'Brexit-like' vote, Erdogan says

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his threat to hold a referendum on breaking off EU accession talks. ...
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Turkey's EU dream is over, for now, top official says

Turkey under President Tayyip Erdogan has turned its back on joining the European Union, at least for now, the bloc's top official dealing with Ankara said, offering economic cooperation instead if both sides can restore friendly ties....
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Macron visits the Holocaust Memorial in Paris

PARIS (AP) — The Latest on France's presidential campaign (all times local):...
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Theresa May refuses to meet with Marine Le Pen as Downing Street snubs Front National

PRIME Minister Theresa May is refusing to meet with Marine Le Pen - despite the Front National politician riding high in the polls....
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Russia steps in after Ukraine cuts power to rebel-held east

MOSCOW (AP) — In a move that further cements Russia's control over parts of eastern Ukraine, Russian officials announced Tuesday they will begin supplying electricity to separatist-controlled areas after the Ukrainian government cut off power because of a heavy backlog of unpaid bills....
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Ukraine feels the heat over Trump’s links to Russia

The death of an American member of an international monitoring team in eastern Ukraine in a landmine blast, which also injured a Czech colleague, is the latest act of lethal violence putting enormous stress on the country’s fragile ceasefire....
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British lawmakers say high heel workplace ban is a step too far

Calls to introduce a law barring employers from requiring female employees to wear high heels at work were shot down by British Parliament Friday, which found that existing legislation was “adequate” in its scope to curtail workplace sexism....
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Securing the EU’s borders: EU agrees to bolster checks

...The Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU has made strengthening security in the EU one of its six priorities......
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