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Malta PM will quit if 'shred of truth' in tax charges

Strasbourg (France) (AFP) - Malta's recently re-elected Prime Minister Joseph Muscat told Euro MPs Wednesday he would resign if there any truth to corruption allegations against him.
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Grenfell Tower: 12 dead in fire that destroyed 24-storey tower block

Police expect death toll to rise further as search continues and firefighters say they will be at site of blaze through the night...
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Ireland's first gay prime minister Leo Varadkar formally elected

The former GP, who came out as gay in 2015, is confirmed as taoiseach in Dáil ceremony in Dublin ...
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Ireland's first gay prime minister Leo Varadkar formally elected

The former GP, who came out as gay in 2015, is confirmed as taoiseach in Dáil ceremony in Dublin ...
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France to get new counter-terrorism centre

Paris (AFP) - President Emmanuel Macron will set up a national counter-terrorism centre to coordinate France's intelligence services, his office said Wednesday a day after an attack on a policeman in Paris....
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Catalonia poised to call referendum on split from Spain

The regional government of Catalonia on Friday will call a referendum on a split from Spain, setting up a renewed confrontation with Madrid, which maintains such a vote is illegal and against the constitution. ...
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German army suspends soldier for making far-right comments

Germany's armed forces have suspended a officer for making far-right comments, the defense ministry said on Friday, amid a widening scandal over fears of hardline racist views among soldiers....
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Macron beats Le Pen in French presidential election – as it happened

Independent centrist Macron has defeated Marine Le Pen by 66.06% to 33.94% according to the French interior ministry...
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Turkey Issues Warrants for 23 Judges, Prosecutors

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Turkey's state-run news agency says detention warrants have been issued for 23 judges and prosecutors who have been dismissed from their posts. ...
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Several thousand Poles protest against right-wing ruling party

WARSAW (Reuters) - Several thousand people demonstrated in Warsaw on Saturday against Poland's conservative, eurosceptic ruling party in an attempt by the opposition to build momentum ahead of next year's municipal elections....
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