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An R.O.C. citizen in Paris was hospitalized after falling off a railway platform during a quarrel on Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday.
 
France's environment minister on Monday voiced optimism that the Paris global accord on fighting climate change will come into force by November.
 
U.N. member states adopted a plan Monday to tackle the biggest refugee crisis since World War II amid dire warnings about rising xenophobia in Europe and the collapse of countries bordering war-shattered Syria.
 
Populist surge in Berlin vote piles pressure on Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party was reeling Monday after another stinging poll loss, as an upstart populist party poached votes in a Berlin state election by railing against her liberal refugee policy.
 
The daily grind of London commuting is being brightened by a collection of black marker pens and white boards -- giving city dwellers a welcome boost as they travel through the metropolis.
 
More migrants stuck in Balkans as nations fortify borders
For Mohammad Ansar Al Mansouri, reaching the European Union has proved to be an impossible task. In the past two months, the 28-year-old from Pakistan has tried countless times to cross from Serbia into EU members states Hungary or Croatia, but was always chased back by police guarding their borders.
 
Russia votes in parliamentary polls; parties loyal to Putin set to dominate
Russians went to the polls Sunday in parliamentary polls, with parties loyal to President Vladimir Putin set to maintain their dominance despite the longest economic crisis of his rule.
 
A terminally ill 17-year-old has become the first minor to be euthanized in Belgium since age restrictions on such mercy killings in the country were lifted in 2014, it was learned Saturday.
 
Diane James new leader of UK far-right party
When Britain voted to leave the European Union, it was a triumph for the UK Independence Party.
 
EU vows post-Brexit 'vision' in six months
European Union leaders agreed at a post-Brexit summit Friday to forge a new "vision" within six months to restore faith and unity in the bloc as it plans a future without Britain.
 
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