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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.
 
Paris police dismantle camp housing 1,500 migrants
Police in Paris on Friday began evacuating a tent camp where some 1,500 migrants were living in unsanitary conditions, the latest operation to dismantle such camps sprouting up around the French capital.
 
Jewish community in Portugal enjoying a renaissance
Every Friday at the start of the Jewish Sabbath Porto's imposing synagogue positively buzzes with the sound of chatter -- not just in Portuguese but also in English, French and Spanish.
 
EU leaders seek unity after Brexit at Bratislava summit
EU leaders meet without Britain in Bratislava on Friday to chart their post-Brexit future, focusing on defence cooperation and border security in a bid to heal deep divisions in particular over migration.
 
UK gives go-ahead to Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant
Britain finally gave the go-ahead Thursday for Hinkley Point C, its first nuclear plant in a generation, but set conditions to address concerns over China's role in a flagship project for Europe's nuclear sector.
 
Labor reforms in France spark fresh street demonstrations
Protesters took to the streets across France on Thursday for fresh demonstrations against the Socialist government's labor reforms, although opposition to the measures appeared to be running out of steam.
 
Fewer than half of the world's some six million refugee children are in school, making them five times less likely to get an education than the global average, the U.N. warned Thursday.
 
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