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Man known as Carlos the Jackal goes on trial once more in France
Carlos the Jackal, the perpetrator of headline-grabbing attacks in the 1970s and early 1980s, goes on trial in France on Monday for the deadly bombing of a Paris shop more than 40 years ago.
 
Scotland seeks a new independence referendum
Scotland's leader will seek authority to hold a new independence referendum in the next two years because Britain is dragging Scotland out of the European Union against its will, she said Monday.
 
Italy vows to uphold free speech after violence in Naples
Italy's government vowed Sunday to defend far-right Northern League leader Matteo Salvini's right to free speech after violent clashes marred his first rally in Naples, proud capital of the country's poor south.
 
Turkey sanctions the Netherlands over ministers' treatment
Turkey announced a series of political sanctions against the Netherlands on Monday over its refusal to allow two Turkish ministers to campaign there, including halting high-level political discussions between the two countries and closing Turkish air space to Dutch diplomats.
 
UK Parliament gives government power to begin EU exit
Britain lurched closer to leaving the European Union Monday when Parliament stopped resisting and gave Prime Minister Theresa May the power to file for divorce from the bloc.
 
Dutch cops expel Turkey minister, quell protest
Dutch police used water cannons and horses early Sunday to break up protests outside the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam as the city expelled a Turkish minister, amid an escalating diplomatic row with Ankara.
 
The escalating dispute between NATO allies Turkey and the Netherlands hit a new low Sunday, with a Turkish minister escorted out of the country less than a day after Turkey's foreign minister was denied entry, prompting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to call the Dutch "Nazi remnants."
 
EU struggles to chart future without UK
Top European Union officials struggled Friday to reassure smaller countries from the east that they would not be left behind as the bloc plans its future without Britain.
 
Putin hails Turkey ties as he hosts Syria talks
President Vladimir Putin hailed the close ties between the Russian and Turkey militaries on Friday as he hosted Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan for talks about Syria.
 
UN raps Turkey for abuses in Kurdish areas
The U.N. on Friday accused Turkish security forces of committing serious abuses during operations against Kurdish militants in southeast Turkey after a regional cease-fire collapsed in July 2015.
 
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