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20 dead in head-on train crash in S. Italy: official
Two Italian commuter trains collided head-on Tuesday in the southern region of Puglia, killing at least 20 people and injuring scores more, officials said. At least two passengers were pulled alive from the crumpled wreckage as the rescue operation took place in the scorching heat.
 
David Cameron chairs his final Cabinet meeting
British Prime Minister David Cameron chaired a farewell Cabinet meeting Tuesday, a day before handing over power to his successor following the historic vote to leave the European Union.
 
Europeans worry migrants may increase terror threat: research
The refugee crisis and the threat of terrorism in Europe are very much related to one another in the minds of many Europeans, according to a survey conducted across the continent.
 
A woman on trial in one of Germany's worst infanticide cases, involving eight dead babies, confessed Tuesday to killing several of them but said she could not remember how many.
 
Spain's acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos on Tuesday proposed hiking corporate taxes to avoid a fine from the European Commission for repeatedly failing to bring government deficits into line.
 
Theresa May becomes sole contender for British PM
Theresa May became the sole contender to be Britain's next prime minister on Monday after her only rival pulled out in a dramatic twist as turmoil sweeps the political scene in the wake of the Brexit vote.
 
Eighty years ago, Spain plunged into civil war
Eighty years ago, civil war broke out in Spain, a painful, bloody wound that has yet to heal.
 
London still int'l finance hub despite Brexit, says    visiting London official
Visiting Lord Mayor of the City of London on Monday stressed that the city's "breadth and depth" makes the city hard to replace as an international financial hub, in spite of the UK's recent vote to leave the European Union (EU).
 
'Suwalki Gap' keeps NATO top brass up at night
Lakes, forest and villages dot the rolling hills along Poland's 65-kilometer (40-mile) stretch of border with Lithuania, but for NATO's top brass, this bucolic landscape gives cause for sleepless nights.
 
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