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May, 6, 2016

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials, under pressure to reassess a migrant deportation deal with Turkey, were traveling close to Turkey's border with Syria on Saturday in a bid to bolster the troubled agreement.
Imre Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature, was laid to rest Friday in the National Burial Garden in Budapest's Kerepesi Cemetery.
Major names in the auto industry found themselves caught in headlights of a global engine-rigging scandal on Friday as Volkswagen totted up the costs it faces so far.
Quick-thinking medical staff in Norway saved a patient's life by calling in an F-16 fighter jet to whisk live-saving medical equipment from one hospital to another, media reports said Friday.
Smoking nervously, Ruth Cabero says she would be dead if she hadn't found refuge in a Spanish shelter for victims of domestic violence.
Queen Elizabeth II, 90, hailed as Britain's 'rock of strength'
Britain celebrated the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday with tributes to a popular monarch who has steered it through the decline of empire and a wave of scandals to the internet age.
'Profound disagreements' at NATO-Russia conference
NATO and Russia held "frank and serious" talks despite "profound disagreements" as their ambassadors met on Wednesday for the first time since 2014, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said.
Queen Elizabeth II has reigned through the decline of the British Empire and seen her family mired in scandal, but the UK's longest serving monarch marks her 90th birthday on Thursday as head of an institution in good health.
A Norwegian court ruled on Wednesday in favor of mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik in his lawsuit against the Norwegian state, finding it guilty of "inhuman treatment" for keeping him in solitary confinement.
A 108-year-old postcard offering a shilling in exchange for its return to an English marine research institute is now officially the world's oldest message in a bottle after being recovered in Germany.
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